Harshal Patel's coach, Tarak Trivedi, has been instrumental in becoming a cricket player.

the family to stay in India so that Patel could continue his cricket career

Coming from Gujarat, Patel was good at the Under-19 level but the state selectors ignored him in the first class.

Patel moved to Haryana, where he was under the watchful eye of former England cricketer Ian Pont

he made his first-class match at Haryana against Delhi in 2011 and finished the season with 28 wickets in seven games

the Mumbai Indians in 2010, Harshal was taken over by the RCB during the 2012 IPL season.

He stayed with the RCB until 2017 before moving to Delhi Daredevils for the 2018 program.

Harshal managed to sit on the edge of the strong RCB team but eventually lost his ability to run due

the 2013-14 Ran Trophy, Harshal ended up with 29 wickets in 8 games with an incorrect average of 23.75

after recovering from an injury, he lost 22 wickets in eight games in the 2015-16 season.

Harshal Patel made his first appearance for the 2012 IPL season and has since participated in 41 games in seven seasons

the IPL is 8.66. Harshal has to work on the economic scale to be a regular part of the Delhi franchise.