While there is always a side of every successful cricketer that embarks the successful cricketing career, there is this unseen side which is fathomed visible to the fans or the followers. Time and tide we have acknowledged a number of cricketers talking about their personal struggles before making the debut into International cricket.
Now, team India’s young bowler Kuldeep Yadav has come forward to share his darkest experience in before making the debut into International cricket. Coming to the grade he clinched in bowling, he managed to grab enough attention from the very inception, his debut statistics reflect the perfection he earned in the series with Australia. As of now, Kuldeep has been a part of two Tests (9 wickets), 12 ODIs (19 wickets) and 5 T20Is (6 wickets).
After a while to his exceptional bowling in the Australian series, he went forward opening up on the personal life, and it is nothing less than a deprived dark tale from which he emerged into the Indian team. “I had worked hard for my selection, but when I was not picked, I mentioned suicide in frustration. It happens to everyone in the heat of the moment,” said Kuldeep.
Next, to that, he talked about his style of bowling which actually was different before his coach forced him to change, said, “I always wanted to become a seam bowler, but my coach forced me to become a spinner. When I bowled a few balls (Chinaman), I was asked to make it a habit. Otherwise, I didn’t know I was bowling something different.”
Kuldeep then concluded that he was studious from his school days and it was his father who forced him to Cricket, he said, “I was a meritorious student in school and wanted to play cricket just for fun. I never thought of making it my vocation. In fact, my father wanted me to play cricket and took me to the coach.”