Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

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Every Cricket Superstar from Sachin to Kohli, Javagal Srinath to Jasprit Bumrah are all youngsters Once, the difference they made from their Contemporaries is Self- Belief. So, we made reaserch and prepared a list of Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team. We sincerely hope you all agree to it. Any Opinions are considered.

    1. Kamlesh Nagarkoti

    Kamalesh Nagarkoti Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

    Born December 28, 1999

    Bowling style Right-arm fast

    Thronging through the crease with a flexible action, Nagarkoti is one of the quickest bowlers coming through the age-group ranks in India, with a speed of over 140kph. with his bowling skills he was regular in U14, U16, U19 teams. KKR bought him with 3.2 Crores in 2018 IPL auctions. with his sharp inswing and reverse swing he made batsmen difficult to score runs. he took 9 wickets in 6 matches with an average of 16.3 in 2018 U19 world cup.

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    2. Shivam Mavi

    Shivam Mavi Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

    Born  November 26, 1998
    Bowling style  Right-arm fast-medium

    Like every child mavi started his carrier with bat but he just came like the Realme of fast bowling. He was one of the main player in the team who lifted the U19 world cup 2018. he bowls consistently with a speed of 140+ and with a great presence of mind, he made a contract with KKR in IPL.

    3. kartik Tyagi

    Kartik Tyagi Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

    Born November 8, 2000
    Bowling style Right-arm medium-fast

    Kartik Tyagi the right arm pacer with an ability to move the ball around with a good pace, who took 11 wickets in the U19 world cup 2020.  he came from the place that produced Kumar's (bhuvaneswar kumar and praveen kumar). RR bought him in the IPL auction.

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    4. Arshdeep Singh

    Arshdeep Singh Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

    Born February 5, 1999
    Bowling style Left-arm medium-fast

    Arshdeep Singh is a left-arm pacer from Punjab, A member of the U19 squad that lifted the World Cup in 2018. with his performance in U19 world cup he included in the Punjab U23 team. Punjab's constant chopping and changing meant that Arshdeep Singh earned a debut against Rajasthan Royals in his home ground at Mohali where the left-arm seamer accounted for two big guns of RR - Jos Buttler and Ajinkya Rahane. The way he control the new ball and execution of yorkers towards the end make punjab kings to included in the squad.

    5. Ishan Porel

    Ishan Porel Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

    Born September 5, 1998

    Bowling style Right-arm medium 

    porel is a seamer who can consistently bowls at a speed of 140 km/ph. he is also the one who came from the den of 2018 u19 world cup champions. with his performance in u19 he became the leading bowler of the bengal. Porel began as a back-of-a-length bowler, but over the past few years he has learnt to swing the ball and begun bowling fuller to succeed in Indian conditions.

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     6. Akash Singh

    Akash Singh Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

    Born April 26, 2002
    Bowling Style 
    Left-arm medium-fast

    Aakash singh is a left arm pacer who generates seam and  confuses the batsman with his bounce. he is a part of U19 worldcup 2020 squad. he was picked up by Rajasthan Royals at the 2020 auctions. 

    7. Rahul Chahar

    Rahul Chahar Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

    Born August 4, 1999
    Bowling Style 
    Leg-break googly


    He is also the one who sacrificed his studies for passion and completed his degree in cricket. He represented team india in U19. he was picked up by (RPS) which gave him chance to play under ms dhoni and smith. mumbai indians picked him in 2018. Mumbai Indians showed confidence in this skilful leg spinner and gave him 13 of the 16 matches they played in 2019. There is no dearth of talent in him, With his performance in IPL, he was removed from uncapped players list in 2021.

    8. Ravi Bishoni 

    Ravi Bishnoi Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

    Born September 5, 2000
    Bowling Style 
    Leg-break googly

    Bishnoi was the leading bowler and wicket in the U19( world cup 2020 , taking 17 wickets in 6 games at an average of 10.64. He was inspired by Rashid Khan and Yuzvendra Chahal, and his fast run-up allows him to get extra spin and bounce. A modern-day legspinner who prefers his googly to the traditional legbreak, he was snapped by punjab kings in 2020.

    9. Darshan  Nalkande

    Darshan Nalkande Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team
    Born October 4, 1998
    Bowling Style  Right-arm fast-medium

    Darshan Nalkande has played only a few games in domestic cricket who debuted into first-class cricket for Vidarbha. He was picked in the India U-19 team for the youth Asia cup and also made it to the probables of the World Cup squad.  He made an instant impact on his Vijay Hazare Trophy debut when he scored an unbeaten 56 from just 30 balls to take Vidarbha to an improbable victory over Maharashtra, even though he is known more for his skills with the ball. But that was good enough for Kings XI Punjab to bought him up at the player auctions for an amount of INR 30 lakhs.

    10. Rex Singh

    Rex Singh Top 10 Future Bowlers of Indian Cricket Team

    Born August 30, 2000
    Bowling Style Left-arm medium-fast

    Rex Rajkumar Singh is an Indian cricketer. He made his List A debut for Manipur in the 2018–19 Vijay Hazare Trophy. he took a remarkable 10/11with 6 of his 9.5 overs were maidens. in India’s four-day tournament for under-19 players, the Cooch Behar Trophy. he snapped up eight wickets against Mizoram in a Ranji Trophy 2019-20 match, giving away just 22 runs. A fan of England pace ace James Anderson, Rex did not dream of breaking into the big league so soon. But now that he has made his presence felt, the young pacer from Manipur wants to keep things simple.

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