Thanks to the use of sophisticated technology and technological specialists, we can watch cricket events from the comfort of our homes. The man in the background who approaches his work as a video analyzer with great artistry is Sunit Chhetri. When people like him sit behind such important responsibilities and do so well, we can watch all the sports. Sunit Chhetri, 34, of Silchar, has been making strides in his career by skillfully applying his knowledge of video analysis from behind the scenes.
Sunit has years of expertise in his area and, while working for the Board of Control for Cricket in India, recently met his goal of covering 183 matches as a video analyst. Even if the players are more important than the technical aspects of cricket, Sunit has managed to draw attention despite working behind the scenes. It has not been simple to identify him as a video analyst. After participating in around 200 matches as a BCCI video analyst, Sunit came to light.
Even in domestic matches like the Ranji, the job of video analysts is quite important. Operating from behind while the rest of the world monitors your work requires a lot of resolve and hard effort.
Any athlete who had acted as the team’s representative for that length of time would have earned the team’s respect. Even Sunit began his cricket career with the hope of representing his nation. But, despite having a strong enthusiasm for cricket, the man’s dream of becoming a cricket player was not realised. Instead, he tried his hand in the world of technicality and found success. With around 200 matches under his belt as a video analyst, he had elevated to the position of video analyst for the BCCI.
Without a doubt, athletes are more significant, but it’s also important to recognise the contributions of many other people, including Sunit Chhetri.