Indian Premier League 2020: T Natarajan, The Yorker King Who Cares
As per his wish, Thangarasu Natarajan has done almost everything for his family, except bowling the pinpoint yorker in a will and persuading his mother to sell him a roadside chicken. Jayaprakash, Guru Jayaprakash of Natarajan said that as he felt that this did not help the family survive the difficult times. Natarajan was born a few years before the current IPL as a death bowling specialist, where he was battling the finest batsmen with his yorker, ball after ball. In the intervening period, she managed to convince her parents to build a house, to teach her sisters, to open an academy in her Chinnappampatti village in Salem district, Tamil Nadu, and not to play sports to a teammate. All of this is to complete the art of bowling yorkers and carry Tamil Nadu’s hopes of fast bowling.
Jayaprakash told PTI, “I am not surprised because he has worked so hard. He is very upset. He has overcome the problems of injury, is back in the state team and now he is doing well. Is when given a chance by SRH. ”
For the first time that Kings XI Punjab had taken Rs 3 crore in 2017, it took Natarajan three years to reach the big stage at her age, which had proved costly in the last six matches. He was selected by Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2018, but played his first match for him this season.
In SRH’s win in the Delhi Capitals on Tuesday, Natarajan played his part by winning a series of Yorkers in the 14th and 18th overs. His 4–0–21–1 spell included the award of Australian big hitter Marcus Stoinis.
The son of a daily wage laborer, Natarajan has ensured that his parents no longer suffer and a house is built for them, as well as to ensure that their siblings receive proper education. “He has settled his family. He has built a house for his parents. He is educating his siblings,” his mentor said.
This is not all; Natarajan has opened an academy in his village in an effort to provide necessary facilities to the youth, which he did not have. The 29-year-old is also helping many who played alongside him and G. Periyaswamy, who emerged prominently in the Tamil Nadu Premier League last year, is one of them.
“Natarajan greatly helps young cricketers and those who play tennis ball cricket with him. He ensured that Periyaswamy, who had given up hope of playing the game, came back by reassuring his family that there was a future for him in cricket.” Jayaprakash said.
Natarajan, who had action issues early in her career, also suffered shoulder problems and worked back after struggling for some time.
Fielding coach of Tamil Nadu team Avinash Khandelwal said that Natarajan has always been known for having a fantastic yorker in the cricket circles of the state.
“Yes, Nattu works a lot on his Yorkers. It’s not easy to bowl a yorker and it’s another thing to do under pressure. That’s because he works on it. He does it regularly at events like TNPL And now he is showing that he can. At the highest level, “said Khandelwal based in Coimbatore.
He also said that Natarajan is doing a lot for the young cricketers in his village. “He is a wonderful boy. He has come on a difficult path and never forgets his roots. He is still the same person to his friends in the village and is helping young cricketers there and training most of them for free. Take. “