Today post will benefit you if you are a cricket lover who has liked reading articles about cricket since today in this post. Through participation in numerous cricket competitions, several underachieving players have gained fame. Others join the league on merit and compete at the highest levels of the sport, including the World Cup, while local league clubs  choose specific talents. The top 10 inspiring tales of Indian cricket players who overcome hardship will thus be shared in this post.

1. MS Dhoni

Paan Singh and Devaki Devi gave birth to Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the Indian state of Jharkhand in 1981. At MECON, his father was a junior manager (a public sector undertaking under the Ministry of Steel). His mother was a homemaker. Mahendra Singh Dhoni chose tocombine his day job as a TTE (Travelling Ticket Examiner) at Kharagpur Railway Station with his cricket career because Paan Singh wanted his son to work for the government.

2. Ravindra Jadeja

The 33-year-old all-rounder from Saurashtra, Ravindra Jadeja, has had trouble making a name for himself in cricket. Sir Jadeja father wanted him to go into the Indian Army, and there were several obstacles in his way from pursuing a career in cricket. His father was awatchman, and his pay wasn't enough to support the family. Jadeja sister helped himduring his worst moments, and today he is among cricket top all-around. On March 24, Mahendra Singh Dhoni decided to hand over the leadership of the Chennai Super Kings to his devoted lieutenant Ravindra Jadeja.

3. Umesh Yadav

The family's financial situation was terrible since Umesh Yadav's father had to work in a coalmine. He didn't want to play cricket; he wanted to be a successful police officer. However, he was not allowed to enlist in the military or the police. The pacer never looked back after a fruitful trial with Vidarbha.

4. Pandya Brothers (Krunal Pandya and Hardik Pandya)

In their earlier playing days, the Pandya brothers are said to have lasted an entire day on asingle plate of Rs. 5 noodles. Their lives were upended entirely when MI paid INR 10 lakhs for Hardik Pandya in the 2015 IPL auctions. In the 2016 IPL auctions, Krunal Pandya took a step further and was purchased for INR 2 crores.

5. Yashasvi Jaiswal

The story of Yashasvi Jaiswal is one of devotion and bravery. Yashasvi Jaiswal bowls right-arm leg breaks bats left-handed in the top order. He has five siblings, and his father had amodest hardware store. Yashasvi was compelled to live in a tent in Azad Maidan alongsidethe groundskeepers after being unable to find a place to stay. He had to practise in the morning and sell Panipuris in the evening to make ends meet. For INR 3.2 crores, RR

selected Jaiswal in the 2020 auctions.

6. T Natarajan

Thangarasu Natarajan has experienced many ups and downs throughout his life. He comesfrom a family of roadside food vendors and daily wage workers. The winner of the race was from Chinnappampatti, a small hamlet located 36 kilometres from Salem. Natarajan currentlyprovides for his parents and four younger siblings after being acquired by Kings XI Punjab in 2017 for INR 3 crore.

7. Mohammad Siraj

Mohammed Siraj father is an auto-rickshaw driver. He started on a challenging path to success, driven by ambition and unwavering determination. This Hyderabadi fast bowler taught himself how to bowl. He took 41 wickets in nine games during the 2015 Ranji Trophy season, which was his breakthrough year. He earned his Team India debut in a T20 series against New Zealand in 2017.

8. Ishan Kishan

Ishan Kishan, whose parents are Pranav Kumar Pandey and Suchitra Singh, was born in Nawada, Bihar, and started playing cricket at seven. Although he was skilled, he wasn tcommitted to the sport. One day, Ishan  coach phoned the boy father and told him that his son was unique and that he should encourage him to take up cricket seriously. He thus set out on a fantastic adventure.

9. Zaheer Khan

When his aunt was employed as a nurse aide at the hospital, he used to reside in a little room. Zak regularly skipped meals before practice and slept without a pillow or a blanket. His situation changed, though, when his previous instructor got him a job that paid Rs. 5000per month. From then, all that was left was for Zaheer Khan to ascend! He was in charge of the Indian cricket team speed division for over 15 years, and his name will endure.

10. Kedar Jadhav

Indian middle-order batting sensation Kedar Jadhav has emerged from obscurity to make aname for himself. His father was a clerk for the Maharashtra State Electricity Board, and hecame from the little village of Madha in the Maharashtra province of Solapur. The cricketergave up on education after ninth grade since he could not discover his interest there. Fromthen on, he advanced through the ranks quickly, initially playing in Maharashtra Ranji team before winning sizable IPL pay packages for his exceptional domestic accomplishments.