Rajat Bhatia is an Indian cricketer. An extraordinary allrounder, he regularly contributes with bat and ball for his teams. He has been playing domestic cricket for 11 years now, representing many teams, such as the Tamil Nadu cricket team, his home state, the Delhi cricket team and Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL.. He was instrumental in Delhi's Ranji Trophy title win in 2007, thanks to his 512 runs in 7 matches. He has been very successful in his first-class career, taking 76 wickets at 29.21, and has also scored nearly 4000 runs at an average of nearly 50. Bhatia has played four Under-19 Limited Overs Matches. He scored 152 runs at 50.67, including a century. He has played domestic cricket for 11 years now, making his first-class debut for Tamil Nadu cricket team against Sinhalese Sports Club, at Colombo, in 2000, and he also made his List A debut for the same team against the same team in the same year. In 2010 IPL, he took nine wickets in nine matches for his team, Delhi Daredevils. In 2011, he played a major role in Kolkata Knight Riders getting into the top four and qualify for the Champions League Twenty20 for the first time.
Ranji Trophy Day 2 Round-Up: Punjab beat Andhra by 7 wickets; Rajat Bhatia falls for 99 against Karnataka
Gurkeerat Singh Mann again turned out to be the hero for Punjab, claiming 5 wickets, in addition to his 4-fer in the first innings. Punjab overcame initial hiccups before chasing down the narrow target of 67, with 7 wickets in hand.