Blind Cricket profile: Ketan Patel
Ketan Patel is from Valsad in Gujarat and is a skilled B1, or totally blind, category player.
His interest in cricket developed while in school and he played his first state-level match in 2002. In 2006, he played his first international tournament in the third ODI World Cup.
Ketan was Man of the Series in the 2012 T-20 World Cup, Man of the Series in 2014, and Man of the Series during the 2016 Asia Cup.
Ketan says his main source of support was his sports teacher in school.
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