𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – T. Natarajan flourished under Warner’s captaincy in IPL 2020, now ready to play Sydney Test against him only. In the Indian Premier League, which was held in the UAE last year.
David Warner’s captaincy bowled a lot for the Hyderabad team. In the IPL, this left-handed young fast bowler, who has shocked his yarker balls, can now take the field against Australia.
Due to his brilliant performance in the IPL, he got an opportunity to play in ODIs and the T20 series against Australia. Although he was not included in the Test team, due to the injury of Umesh Yadav.
He has also been included in the Test team. In ODI and T20 cricket, he also impressed everyone with his yorker balls.
Since then, he was stopped as a net bowler in the Test series against Australia. But Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami have been included in the squad for two-Test occasions due to injury.
He also seems to be a strong contender to play the third Test with Shardul Thakur. He bowled for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL 2020, throwing around 60 balls of yorkers.
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He took 16 wickets at an economy rate of 8.02, bowling 16 matches this season. However, T Natarajan made his IPL debut during the year 2017 itself.
At that time, they were added by the Punjab team for an amount of Rs 3 crore. His best prize was 10 lakh rupees, he got 2 wickets in 6 matches.
After that, he again got a chance to play in the IPL. However, he had tied up with Hyderabad only from 2018.
But under the captaincy of David Warner, he got a chance to play in the 13th season of IPL. In the IPL, he has played a total of 22 matches so far, in which his economy rate is 8.19 and he has taken a total of 18 wickets.
In the same 20 first-class matches, he has loved 64 wickets at an economy rate of 3.02. T. Natarajan bowled extremely brilliantly in the T20 series against Australia. He took 6 wickets in 3 T20 matches. Which helped the Indian team win the series.