Former U-19 captain Umuk Chand has tied the knot with fitness coach Simran Khosla ahead of today, November 21. He retired earlier and is now playing club cricket in the USA. He also became the first Indian cricket player to register for the Big Bash League in Melbourne, Renegades. His right-hand man retired from Indian cricket in August and has signed a three-year deal with Major League Cricket to begin next year.
Unmukt Chand posted the wedding on his official Twitter account. “Today we have decided forever! 21’s clear 11’s clear 21” He wrote.
– UnmuktChand9 (@ UnmuktChand9) November 21, 2021
Earlier this year, Chand retired from Indian cricket due to lack of opportunities. He also issued an official statement. The former U-19 captain then announced that he was moving to play cricket in the American Premier League.
In a heartfelt post on Twitter, he wrote: “I do not know how to feel honestly, I still know.” “The thought that I will not be able to represent my country again has taken a toll on me for a while. Personally, there have been some exciting times during my cricket trip in India. It was a special feeling, and I will never forget that feeling. ”
Umuk Chand’s statement on retirement
– UnmuktChand9 (@ UnmuktChand9) August 13, 2021
The right-hand bat helped him join the 30-member squad for the 2013 Champions League. He was included in the 30-member squad for the 2014 T20 World Cup but could not be reached by India.