Wicketkeeper – Aditya Tare Cricketer , Profile , Score Card , Batting Or Bowling Career
Aditya Tare is an international cricketer from India. He was born on 7 November 1987 (age 32 years), in Mumbai (Maharastra). Now his age is 32 years.
Aditya Tare – Cricket Profile Personal Information
- Born –
7 November 1987
- Birth Place –
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- Career start –
27 February 2008
Playing role – Wicketkeeper
Batting style – Right-hand bat
Fielding position – Wicketkeeper
Aditya Tare and His Cricketing Career
In a cricket magazine article, I read about the debut of the newly wicket-taking Indian cricketer Aditya Tare. And one thing that struck me as being very interesting was that he is the first cricketer of Indian origin who has played for the national side in any other country, in either Test or ODI matches.
Well, it goes without saying that if one is playing in his first-ever cricket match, then it would be a perfect sign indeed! But that said, a cricketer cannot take pride in the fact that he is the first cricketer to play for his country. So what does that say about him? Well, to put it simply, he has shown great dedication and commitment to the game.
If you look at Aditya Tare’s achievements, you will find that he is a first-class cricketer who has taken a lot of pride in his abilities. His first ever match was a home series against Sri Lanka. He went down in an early over but picked up pace after the lunch break to strike at an impressive fifty off just fourteen balls. Several other notable figures in the crowd contributed to his success. The likes of Kumar Sangakkara, Daryll Cullinane, and Kumar Ayyapp contributed to his success.
Since then, Aditya Tare has been playing in the IPL for Chennai Super Kings. And he has won the IPL tournament every year, which makes him a serious contender to win the World Cup. I must say that cricket fans in India are not too keen about the idea of their star player winning the World Cup! I think they feel that it is more like a dream and not even a reality. But this does not mean that the cricketers of India have no pride in their performance.
The other day, I had a chat with one of my friends from Chennai, and I asked him whether he felt that it was a good sign for a cricketer to win the World Cup. He said that it was and that he looked forward to seeing him win the next tournament. Now, I am not really into any conspiracy theory, but I believe that a cricketer can win the World Cup, especially on a long-term basis, mostly if he performs regularly at the domestic level.
I asked the cricketer about his performance, whether he felt that there was a limit to what he could do as a cricketer? He said that there is no such limitation and that he could become a great cricketer for India and that the next time he takes to the field, he would undoubtedly prove him right.
As I have written in the article, the cricketer Aditya Tare has impressed many people in his debut season for Chennai Super Kings. He has managed to score a remarkable fifty off just 14 balls, and he has even come off second best in his last game. But, in a sense, he has played in a position that most people thought would be very difficult to get him a century. The first match he faced the Sri Lankan spinners, he did not play that well, he picked up one run and took a wrong catch.
The other good thing about Aditya Tare is that he has not tried to be the next Michael Holding or Graeme Smith. He has been careful not to over-perform. He has not tried to prove that he is the next Steve Waugh, or Tendulkar, or Jacques Kallis. He has not tried to emulate legends’ greatness, but instead, he has tried to play like them.
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