Left-arm pacer Thangasaru Natarajan is going to set up a cricket ground in his village, Chinnappampatt. He wants to promote cricket there. The left-arm speedster took to social media to make the announcement of the upcoming project.
“Happy to Announce that am setting up a new cricket ground with all the facilities in my village, Will be named as NATARAJAN CRICKET GROUND (NCG) #DreamsDoComeTrue Last year December I Made my debut for India, This year (December) am setting up a cricket ground #ThankGod,” wrote the 30-year-old.
Natarajan made is ODI debut in 2020 followed by first T20I and then played first Test at the Gabba. He was selected as a net bowler for the tour of Australia but was included in the Playing XI after a couple of injuries to main players.
He was impressive in IPL 2020 but played just two matches in the next season. The reason behind was knee surgery and Covid-19 positive result in the second leg.
Natarajan represented Tamil Nadu in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Along with this he has been ruled out of the Vijay Hazare Trophy after suffering other injury setback.