Brother of Deepak Chahar
Rahul Chahar (cricketer)
Father of Deepak Chahar
Lokendra Singh Chahar(retired from air force)
Mother of Deepak Chahar
Florence Rabada (Lawyer)
Sister of Deepak Chahar
Malti Chahar (model, actress and Miss India 2014 finalist)
Information about Deepak Chahar
He has grabbed 21 wickets in 4 under-19 matches (Cooch Behar Trophy and Vinoo Mankad trophy).
In November 2010, he made his first-class debut (Rajasthan v Hyderabad) at Jaipur.
In 2008, he was rejected to play in the state-level by the former director of Rajasthan Cricket Association Academy Greg Chappell who said that he couldn't play cricket on a higher level.
At the age of 10, his father brought him to Zila Cricket Academy in Jaipur and introduced him to his coach Navendu Tyagi.
He is a good swinger who can throw the ball at a speed of 140 km per hour.
In January 2018, he was selected by Chennai Super Kings at ?80 lakh to play in the Indian Premier League.
He doesn't eat fast food and likes to eat the meal cooked by his father who (according to Deepak) is his real coach and inspiration.
His father resigned his own job to pay full attention to Deepak's cricket career and used to ride with him on a bike from Surat to Hanumangarh to make him practice six hours daily at the cricket academy of the town.
From 2011 to 2014, he suffered from different types of injuries and ailments that affected his cricket career badly.
On 10 February 2010, he has made his List A debut (Rajasthan v Vidarbha) at Indore.
Does Deepak Chahar smoke?: Not Known
His total score in 25 T20 matches is 98 (average- 9.80) with 29 wickets (average- 22.34).
In his 40 first-class matches, he has scored 883 runs at the average of 18.39 with 113 wickets (average- 36.44).
In his 9 List A matches, he has hit only 47 runs (average- 7.83) including 14 wickets (average- 25.42).
He got 5 wickets for 15 runs in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, which is one of the best performances of his career.
Does Deepak Chahar drink alcohol?: Not Known
On 25 October 2010, his T20 debut was Rajasthan v Vidarbha at Jaipur.
He is a right-hand batsman and a medium pace bowler.