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    How Saurabh Netravalkar balances passionate cricket career with demanding software job


    While most fans tune into the to follow the elite teams, one player who has stolen the spotlight with his impressive performances is Saurabh Netravalkar of Team USA. The left-arm seamer from Mumbai has emerged as a key fixture in the American lineup, helping them pull off stunning upsets against top sides like Pakistan and push to their limits.

    However, what makes Saurabh truly remarkable is how he has managed to excel at the highest levels of international cricket while also maintaining a demanding career in the software industry. By day, the database engineer works at a major technology company, handling projects and applying for patents. But each evening, he transforms into a match-winning cricketer, practicing late into the night to stay sharp on the field.

    Through meticulous planning and self-discipline, Saurabh has found a way to give his all to both professions. When Team USA qualified for the later stages of the World Cup, he promptly informed his managers of his extended leave to focus on the tournament. Fortunately, his employers understand Saurabh's passion and have supported his cricket dreams, impressed by his commitment to completing all work assignments.

    Saurabh's journey has not been easy. A former India U-19 player, he could not cement a domestic spot due to competition. Facing this setback, Saurabh pursued further education in the USA where he now lives. However, he has never stopped nurturing his love for the game, balancing jobs and cricket through dedication and timely scheduling.

    Saurabh hopes to inspire others who wish to achieve their goals without compromising on their work. As Team USA's hero on and off the field, he has proven nothing is impossible with self-belief and diligent multi-tasking. Fans widely credit Saurabh's discipline and perseverance for the hosts' dream run at their home World Cup so far.

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