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Dipak Chudasama is a former Kenyan batsman of Gujarati-Indian origin. Chudasama made his cricketing debut in the year 1980 when he was only 17 years of age. He was part of the Kenyan cricket team that played in the 1996 World Cup. He also got a chance to represent Kenya in the ICC Trophies in the years 1990, 1994, and 1997. He has played a total of 21 ODI matches. Chudasama’s highest ODI score is 122, which was played against Bangladesh in Nairobi, Kenya. The match was held in the Gymkhana Club Ground in the year 1997, where Kenya had emerged victorious against Bangladesh. In that match, he partnered with Kennedy Otieno to make 225 runs, which was a record at that time.
As an integral part of the Kenyan team, he has toured South Africa, Holland, India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. Besides being a good cricketer, he is also a certified Orthodontist, based in Coppell, Texas. He not only practiced Orthodontics but also taught it in the Jacksonville University for many years before he opened his practice in Texas. Chudasama was also a Table Tennis player and he played in Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships in Mumbai, India.
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