Under 19 Cricketers in India 2023: A lot of young people want to be great cricket players, and in this article, we’ll take a look at some aspiring players who recently made it big.
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Atharva Ankolekar is a bowling all-rounder. He was raised in Andheri East, Mumbai. He bowled against Sachin Tendulkar in 2011. Tendulkar signed his glove after viewing his skills. He was honored to receive the glove and pushed to practice more as a fan. After that, he played several matches and performed his best.
He also played in Priyam Garg’s Under-19 World Cup team in December 2019. Atharva played the third match against New Zealand after missing the first two. He took 3 wickets for 28 runs. Atharva and Yashasvi Jaiswal scored 55 runs not out in the quarterfinals.
Ravi Bishnoi is a great bowler who was born on September 5, 2000. He was born and raised in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Ravi Bishnoi has been interested in cricket since he was young, and he always wanted to be a fast bowler. His cricket career began when he played on the street with a tennis ball.
He took two wickets against Sri Lanka in his debut World Cup match on January 19, 2020. He won “Man of the Encounter” after taking 4 wickets for 5 runs against Japan in his next World Cup match. Ravi and Atharva Ankolekar grabbed 7 wickets to win. He participated in the semi-finals and finals against Bangladesh, taking 4 wickets for 30 runs. He took 17 wickets, the most in the tournament, but his team lost in the finals.
His run-making ability is impressive. He started cricket at 6. Garg was born talented, and everyone around him thought he would succeed in sports.
He became India’s 2020 ICC under-19 world Cup captain in December 2019. Garg and Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a maiden fifty against Sri Lanka on January 19. Jaiswal missed the next two games. He played in the quarterfinals.But he didn’t score enough to participate in the semi-finals. He failed to win the World Cup.
Born on December 28, 2001, in Bhadohi, Uttar Pradesh, he had to go through a lot of hard times to get where he is now. At age 10, he said he wanted to move to Mumbai and play cricket like Sachin Tendulkar. His father agreed, and he went to live with his uncle in Mumbai. He didn’t come from a rich family, and when his uncle’s room got too small, he moved to a Dairy shop where he lived and worked. However, the owner wasn’t happy with the young boy’s work, so he asked him to leave.
Agra-born Dhruv Jurel was raised in Uttar Pradesh. His squad won the 2019 under-19 Asia Cup under his captaincy, making him famous in Agra. Despite wanting him to join the National Defense Academy, his father inspired and motivated him. He tried to influence Dhruv’s viewpoint, but his father supported him. He keeps wickets and bats middle-order.
Dhruv bowled well in the under-19 Asia World Cup despite not being his best sport. He did his utmost to get his side to the ICC World Cup finals, but they lost.
Shubhang Hegde was born and raised in Bangalore, Karnataka, on March 30, 2001. Karnataka’s 2018-19 Ranji Trophy debutant. Playing cricket was inspired by his father. He started playing cricket for enjoyment but eventually turned it into a job. That started his trip.
He made the ICC under-19 World Cup team in December 2019. The team won many times under his bowling leadership. Unfortunately, they lost the 2020 under-19 World Cup in the finals.
Akash Singh was raised in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. He plays as a bowler and won the 2019 Asia Cup with his side. In 2018-19, he made his 20twenty debut for Rajasthan in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.
In December 2019, he was named for the ICC under-19 World Cup. He always plays his best and stays focused. Rajasthan Royals bought him for his passion and talent.
Kartik Tyagi was born on November 8, 2000. He played his first game for Uttar Pradesh in the Ranji Trophy in the 2017-18 season. He also took part in the 2018 Vijay Hazare Trophy. Which was held on February 5.
He was also picked for the Under-19 World Cup team in December 2020. And right now, he is owned by Rajasthan Royals, who paid Rs 1.30 crore for him. And he was able to do it because he worked hard and didn’t give up.
Tilak Verma, born 8 November 2002, is an excellent batsman. He scored a century against Pakistan in the 2019 Asia Cup quarterfinals.
Tilak Verma has accomplished things that many young sportsmen only dream of. He led the Under-19 World Cup squad to numerous triumphs, but they lost the finals. Every player wants Tilak’s calmness under pressure.
Shashwat Rawat is an Indian batsman and all-rounder. He guided his team to victory in the Youth Cup against Afghanistan with 53 runs from Gajiwala, Uttarakhand. Rawat has a Challenger Trophy century. He scored 129 runs for Baroda in the 2018 Vinoo Mankad Trophy.
He represented India in the under-19 World Cup in December 2019. Left-handed middle-order batsman and right-arm medium-pace bowler.
ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup Summary
|Administrator(s)||International Cricket Council (ICC)|
|Cricket format||50 overs|
|First edition||1988 (Australia)|
|Latest edition||2022 (West Indies)|
|Next edition||2024 (TBA)|
|Tournament format||Round-robin and Knockout|
|Number of teams||16|
|Current champion||India (5th title)|
|Most successful||India (5 titles)|
|Most runs||Eoin Morgan (606)|
|Most wickets||Wesley Madhevere (28)|