Indian cricketer Unmukt Chand announces retirement from Indian cricket to seek better opportunities around the world. The 28-year-old penned down a long note to thank his supporters and well-wishers. He mentioned that love and appreciation for being yourself is the best gift ever. He expressed gratitude for his teammates, coaches and support staff, who brought out the best in him. He also described how he had been denied opportunities in the last few years. But he chooses to see the silver lining and prefers to preserve the fond memories in his heart.
In the U-19 World Cup 2012, Chand’s captaincy led the Indian team towards victory. The player expressed his joy in lifting the trophy on behalf of the nation and putting smiles on the face of so many Indians. He made his IPL debut in 2013 after Delhi Daredevils picked him. But in the next season, he moved to Rajasthan Royals. Mumbai Indians ultimately picked him up in the 2015 season.
The cricketer said that he takes pride in having made a mark with his performance in the heart of cricket-frenzied fans. He has always been motivated to become a better version of himself, and he admits that he has been only halfway through his journey. The optimist in him believes that the road ahead of him will allow him to embark on an exciting journey.
As soon as the player took to Twitter to announce his retirement news, many discussions rose around it. Meanwhile, IPL 2021 has provided opportunities for many young talents to showcase their skills. Get all the latest sports news including tennis, cricket, table tennis, olympics and football only on Pure Win News.