Unmukt Chand turned into the former Indian male cricketer to fulfil an agreement for the BBL in Australia. Chand will turn up for the Melbourne Renegades, the club declared on Thursday.
Indian women players have competed in homegrown associations all throughout worldwide, including the Women’s Big Bash League, however India’s worldwide and homegrown male players are at present not allowed to play in rivalries abroad while they are as yet dynamic cricketers.
It implies that they need to ‘resign’ and that is by and large what Chand, who had captained India’s 2012 U19 World Cup-winning group, had done in August this year. He had then intended to play in the United States and expressed that he would investigate ‘better freedoms from around the world.’
Chand, who became well known in that U19 World Cup in Australia, said he appreciates making light of Under and is enchanted to be a piece of the Renegades. The choice to ‘resign’ from Indian cricket, be that as it may, was not a simple one.
“It wasn’t easy, to be very honest, the fact that I won’t be playing for the country anymore is something that is difficult to accept,” quoted by Chand to cricket.com.au on his decision over retirement from Indian fraternity.
“But I enjoying playing for the US, it’s been getting better every day. And I can now play all the leagues around the world, that’s a great opportunity for me personally.” Further added by him.
Big news… @UnmuktChand9 🔒
The former India A and India U19 captain is officially a Renegade!#GETONRED
— Melbourne Renegades (@RenegadesBBL) November 4, 2021
He had ever played for India at the main level yet he came to the ‘India A level and has likewise played for Delhi, Mumbai and Rajasthan in the Indian Premier League, having appeared in the opposition as a 18-year old.