Deepak Chahar Biography: Relationship, Career, Indian Cricketer
Deepak Chahar is an Indian Cricketer who for all the formats of team India. Deepak’s full name is Deepak Lokendrasingh Chahar. Deepak Chahar is a right-hand medium pace Bowler. Chahar’s elder brother is Rahul char who play for India and Malti Chahar is his elder sister of Deepak char who does acting by profession. Deepak has been a prominent person due to his excellent performance at the right time. Deepak Chahar is the only Cricketer who has been taking a hat-trick in international T20 matches. When Chahar took 7 wickets via giving 7 runs in only 3.2 overs then he was awarded by ICC for T20 performance of the year.
Chahar’s Personal Life
Born: 27 November 1986 (age 34 years), Muradnagar
Mother:- Florence Rabada
Father:- Lokendra Singh Chahar
Sister:- Malti Chahar
Chahar’s Cricket information
ODI Debut: 25 September 2018 v Afghanistan
T20I Debut: 8 July 2018 v England
Bowling: Right-arm medium
Last ODI: 18 December 2019 v West Indies
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The early life of Chahar
Deepak Chahar was worn in Agra Utter Pradesh in 1992. His father’s name is Lokendra Singh who is a retired Indian force retired person. He was upbringing with his cousin Rahul Chahar who known as Deepak’s elder brother also.
Cricket Career of Rahul Chahar
Domestic Cricket:- Deepak Chahar’s cricket journey started in 2001 against Hyderabad in Jaipur these were the Ranji trophy games. In this match, Hyderabad made only 21 runs. This score is the Ranjo trophy’s lowest score yet. At this time Chahar’s swim bowling impressed all and Deepak became the participant of the Rajasthan Royals IPL team but in 2018 Chahar was bought by Chennai Super Kings and currently also playing for them.
International cricket Career:- In his international career he started his tour with England on 8 July 2018 this was his international debut match this tour was on average for Deepak Chahar then he was selected for the west indies and Bangladesh tour. In the West Indies tour, he won the man of the match in the final match. Later he went for a Bangladesh tour and there he made his history while taking 6 wickets in only 3.2 overs.