Bangladesh rescued ‘sixes’, now father uncovered Chahar’s magic bowling secret

Lokendra Singh Chahar, father of fast bowler Deepak Chahar, who has recorded records including a hat-trick in the third and deciding T20 International against Bangladesh, has said that his son could perform like this after throwing at least one lakh balls on the net. .

Lokendra Singh, a retired Air Force employee, had been waiting for this day for a long time. His son Deepak finally did a ‘magical performance’ that started on a turf wicket in Agra. The moment Lokendra Singh and his son will always remember came during the T20 International against Bangladesh in Nagpur, where Deepak took 6 wickets for 7 runs in 3.2 overs.

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Lokendra Singh told PTI from Agra, “Before such a performance, he must have thrown at least one lakh balls on the net. Now I feel that the dream we had cherished is slowly coming true. ‘

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Deepak first made headlines at the age of 18 when he demolished the Hyderabad batting order with his best swing bowling. He took 8 wickets for 10 runs, making his Ranji Trophy debut, which put Hyderabad on 21 runs. His performance is included in YouTube’s most viewed video on domestic cricket.

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Deepak Chahar got off to a brilliant start in domestic cricket, picking up more than 40 wickets for Ranji Trophy winners Rajasthan, but his progress was hampered by injury in the next few years. Lokendra Singh said, ‘He suffered injuries during the crucial stages of his career. The time of injury is also very important.

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Chahar, a natural swing bowler, understood that he could get a chance in limited-overs cricket and things changed when Mahendra Singh Dhoni saw him in the Rising Pune Super Giants team a few years ago. Dhoni made good use of Chahar in the last two seasons for Chennai Super Kings, making it the pacer to join the contenders for a place in the national team.

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After taking 10 wickets in IPL 2018, Chahar took 22 wickets this year and he was one of the standby players in India’s World Cup squad in England. Former Indian cricketer and commentator Deep Dasgupta, who has seen Chahar playing a lot in domestic cricket, believes that the change came in the 2019 IPL.

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Deep Dasgupta said, ‘Deepak always knew how to swing the red ball. But due to the absence of Dwayne Bravo in 2018, Mahendra Singh Dhoni gave him additional responsibility in the powerplay and death overs. This was the turning point. “The former Test wicketkeeper said,” Deepak Chahar learned to bowl even when there were no swing-friendly conditions. He learned to throw yorkers and slow balls away from the batsman.

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Chahar, a family based in Agra, initially lived in Ganganagar, Rajasthan, where Lokendra Singh worked for the Indian Air Force. He said, ‘When I left my job in the Indian Air Force, I knew what I was doing. When I saw my 12-year-old son playing, I knew that he had potential. He had some natural abilities.

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Lokendra Singh said, “I wanted to be a cricketer, but my father did not approve. So when it came to my son, I wanted him to fulfill his dream which was also my dream. I had no formal coaching degree, but I learned to guide Deepak. ‘

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Deepak’s father built a turf and a concrete pitch with his saved money in his hometown Agra, where his son could train. Lokendra Singh said, ‘Due to hard training, he could not go to regular school after VIII. Then 24 hours of the day was also less. Training, gym, rest and recovery. However, he completed his graduation.

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Asked about how he used to coach despite not having a formal degree, Lokendra Singh said, “My favorite bowler was Malcolm Marshall and I also like Dale Steyn. I used to watch their videos, listen to the commentators on their wrist position while swinging out, and work with Deepak about what they learned from it.

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Deepak is 27 years old and his father believes that this fast bowler has six to seven years of top international cricket and getting a chance to play Test cricket during this period would be icing on the cake. He said, “It would be great if he gets a chance to play in the traditional format.”

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