Deepak Chahar was born in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India, on 7th August 1992. He started playing cricket when he was only ten years old, and since then, he has always had the support of his father. His father had to resign from the Indian Air Force to dedicate his time and attention to training Deepak. He was enrolled in the Zila Cricket Academy when he was just 10 years old. He had the strongest determination to play cricket, and so he trained harder. Below is his profile and career information.
Basic Information (H2)
Deepak’s bowling and batting stats (H3)
Career Information (H3)
He was first noticed in the 2010-11 Ranji season when he started his List A cricket career. In November of the same year, he made his first-class debut against Hyderabad. Again in 2017-2018, his bowling performance was exceptional, where he took 19 wickets in just 9 games. This gave him an average of 9.94.
His excellent performance in the domestic games got him a spot in Rising Pune Supergiants. However, in the two years, he was with Pune Supergiants, he only managed to play 5 matches. Later on, he joined Chennai Super Kings in 2018, and his performance improved significantly.
Deepak Chahar made his ODI debut for India in 2018 against Afghanistan. Since then, he has only played two more ODI matches and taken 2 wickets.
Deepak Chahar was lucky to get a chance in the Indian T20I squad in 2018 when they played against England. After the tournament, he was selected for the T20I three-match series against Bangladesh. During the match, he surprised many when his performance made India win the final game.
Deepak Chahar made his first-class debut for Rajasthan in 2010, and then in 2016, he was selected to join Pune Supergiants. In 2018, a lot happened in Deepak’s life; he got to join Chennai Super Kings in the IPL, he made his ODI debut against Afghanistan, and then made his T20I debut against England.