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Nivethan Radhakrishnan, adding surprises to the ground of TNPL series is all set to let the jaws drop with this bowling tactics. One among the rarest cricket talents in the nation he is on his foot ready to give a mind blowing series hook up during this season of TNPL.
Since the age of 8, he has been a cricket wonder tagged boy with his confident claim of getting a hat-trick in a TNCA fourth division league match during 2011.
Later to it after 6 years at an age of 14 he has turned into a power packed spinner all set to grab the wickets of the senior players, while getting the maidens too playing for the Karaikudi Kaalai.
During the last six years, he was playing off his trade in Australia collecting those hundreds as an opener along with wickets claims using his left-arm orthodox form and the off-spin tricks during the junior cricket series for New South Wales (NSW). His 193 runs drew all eyes on him during the recently played state match including Aussie legends Greg Chappell, Mark Waugh and Steve Waugh.
At an interview with the TOI, he said, “It’s great to be back in Chennai. I didn’t watch TNPL last year. However, now I’m in Chennai preparing for TNPL. I’m trying my best to adjust to the weather and the wickets here. But I’m confident of doing well.”
He is spinning his left-arm spins since an age of six. He can perfectly bowl at the right-arm pace, left-arm spin, off-spin and manages to be an awesome opening batman. What else can we expect his unorthodox chap to perform at this nascent age?
Even though shifted and settled in Australia, his heart brought him back to Chennai for showing the magic of his game in cricket. Backed with the TNCA lower division league prior to this series, he stood his head high at the Kaalai’s trial and finally bagged his place in the team. The Kaalai management has many hopes with this magical spinner and opening batman.