Vivek Yadav, a former Rajasthan leg-spinner and a member of their Ranji Trophy-winning squad, died of coronavirus-related problems.
He was 36-years-old and is survived by his spouse and a daughter.
Yadav breathed his final at a metropolis hospital on Wednesday.
“Rajasthan Ranji Participant and an expensive pal…Vivek Yadav isn’t any extra. Might his soul R.I.P. Ideas and prayers with the household,” former India opener Aakash Chopra tweeted.
Yadav, who performed 18 first-class matches and picked up 57 wickets, featured within the 2010-11 Ranji Trophy last, his best hour in a quick home profession.
He scalped 4/91 within the Baroda first innings with 4 of the highest 5 within the batting order organising an all-important first-innings lead for Rajasthan.
He had performed his final aggressive match even earlier than he had turned 30.
Yadav was present process therapy for most cancers and had gone to the hospital for his chemotherapy, the place he was examined and returned optimistic for COVID-19.
His well being deteriorated earlier than he misplaced his battle in opposition to the dreaded virus.