On Friday, Unmukt Chand took to social media. Previous U-19 World Cup-winning captain. To announce his retirement from Indian cricket. He drove the India U-19 to gather to a World Cup title triumph in 2012.
Previous U-19 World Cup-winning captain Unmukt Chand has been chosen. To call time on his Indian cricket career. He pronounced on Friday that he will leave from Indian cricket. Moreover, to look for better openings around the world.
In which he affirmed that he is resigning. Chand took to his official Twitter handle to share a long note. Also, from Indian cricket but is open to taking openings around the world.
After thinking for a while, I still could not find the perfect beginning to this letter. Writing this down brings out mixed emotions in me. I don’t know how I should be feeling cause honestly, I am still figuring it out. The very thought of not being able to represent my country again literally stops my heartbeat for a while,” Chand posted on his Twitter.
I have developed up playing cricket with just one and only dream of playing for India. The cherish for this game has been exceptional. Immaculate for me and I am thankful to have accomplished a few breakthroughs along the way.
Getting up early within the morning for preparing. Planning my whole day around cricket. Also, attempting to discover out ways to become a distant player. It has continuously been my drive and inspiration. Still keeps me going as the travel is only midway through.
Playing among the finest players in India and over the world has to educate me apart. I would in addition like to thank DDCA for giving me an opportunity. So early on in my career to rub shoulders with the stalwarts of Delhi and Indian cricket.
Chand posted on Twitter
Having spent time around these legends. Also, for so many years has been instrumental in my claim travel. I need to thank all my individual players, coaches. And back staff for bringing out the best in me. I will forever cherish these memories.