7 Indian Cricketers to Watch Out for in 2030

Indian cricket is making progress at a rapid rate, with new exciting talent being uncovered every year. There are many cricketers from the younger generation who can dominate the world in years to come.

Here are 7 Indian cricketers we believe will make their mark in 2030:

1- Umran Malik

The fast bowler from Jammu is a talent that keeps growing with his every appearance on the field. The legend of the game Dale Steyn has praised his talent and stated that Malik would definitely play for India someday in future.

2- Shubman Gill

Shubman Gill is an exciting top order talent. He has proved his mettle as an opener in Test cricket. With his technique and precision, he will undoubtedly make the cut for the Indian team in limited-overs.

3- Devdutt Padikkal

Devdutt Padikkal has made his debut for India in T20is but failed to leave an impact. However, he was only given a couple of matches to display his skills. Soon he will capitalise if an opportunity comes his way again.

4- Ruturaj Gaikwad

Gaikwad is a sensational right-handed opening batter. He has helped CSK lift the Indian Premier League trophy with his prolific run in 2021. He is one of those who will undoubtedly dominate world cricket.

5- Kumar Kartikeya

Kumar Kartikeya has only played one match in IPL as of the writing of this article. However, the bowler’s resolve and skills have already made it clear that he is a talent to watch out for in future.

6- Ayush Badoni

The middle-order batter for Lucknow Super Giants in IPL has already earned fame for his high-class batting in pressure situations. He can become the perfect finisher for India in limited-overs cricket.

7- Simarjeet Singh

Simarjeet Singh hails from Delhi and recently made his debut for Chennai Super Kings in IPL. The bowler is a persistent guy who sticks to his plans. He will surely represent India in future because of his grit and determination.

 

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