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Cricketer dies after complaining of chest pain during tennis ball match in Mumbai

  • Press Trust of India
  • December 26th, 2018
  • 12:57:33 IST

Mumbai: A 24-year-old cricketer suffered chest pain while playing in a local tennis-ball cricket tournament and later died at a private hospital in suburban Bhandup, a doctor of the hospital said on Tuesday.

Representative photo. Getty Images

Representative photo. Getty Images

The deceased was identified Vaibhav Kesarkar and the incident took place on 23 December.

"He (Kesarkar) suffered chest pain while playing cricket and was brought to our hospital. Later, he suffered a cardiac arrest and was declared dead.

"His body was handed back to his family. It was a natural death," said Dr Satyen Bhavsar, who owns the Bhavsar Hospital where the cricketer was rushed to from the playground.

Bhavsar said the man was brought to the hospital around noon. It is learnt that Kesarkar used to regularly feature in local level tennis-ball cricket tournaments.

Updated Date: December 26, 2018 12:57:33 IST

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