Making cricket debut at the age of 30 or above is no big deal in modern times. Not only International cricket but also Indian cricket has witnessed scenarios where players in their 30s make debuts in various formats of cricket. Here, we have a list of top 10 Indian cricketers who debuted for national and international formats after turning 30.

1. Pravin Tambe: IPL Debut At 41

Pravin Tambe grabbed the spotlight after he made his debut in IPL at the age of 41. It was in the year 2013 when he debuted at the IPL. Moreover, he got selected for the team Rajasthan Royals. After which, he also received Golden Wicket Award for taking maximum wickets at the Champions League. This was, also, followed by a hat-trick against Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL 2014, which earned him the man of the match title.

2. Stuart Binny: Test Debut At 30 Yrs 36 Days

Stuart Binny is an Indian cricketer who has played One-day Internationals, T20 Internationals, and Tests. He is an Indian all-rounder, lower middle-order batsman, and medium-paced bowler. Additionally, he made his first Test debut in 2014 against England. Also, he currently holds the record of best bowling in ODI for India.

3. Sameer Dighe: ODI At 31 And Test At 32

Sameer Dighe is a former Indian right-handed batsman and a wicket-keeper. Further, he made his international debut after turning 30. Also, his first ODI was in the year 2000 against Pakistan at the age of 31. Additionally, his debut in Test was at 32 against Australia in 2001.

4. Naman Ojha: Test Debut At 32

Naman Ojha is a former Indian international cricketer. He got a chance to represent India in the Test series against Sri Lanka. Furthermore, the same match turned out to be his Test debut in 2015. He made his debut at the age of 32 years.

5. Saba Karim: Test Debut At 32

Former Indian cricketer, Saba Karim, was a batsman and wicket-keeper. In 2000, he made his debut in Tests at the age of 32 against Bangladesh. Moreover, the 2000 Test match against Bangladesh was also the last match in his career.

6. Robin Singh

Test Debut At 35Former Indian cricketer Robindra Ramnarine “Robin” Singh, is an all-rounder. He debuted in ODI at 35. Additionally, his first and only ODI match was against West Indies in the year 1989. Moreover, he is the coach of IPL team Mumbai Indians since 2010.

7. Sreenath Aravind: T20 International Debut At 31

Indian cricketer Sreenath Aravind is a former left-handed batsman and left-arm medium-fast bowler. He debuted in Twenty20 International in the year 2015. Additionally, that was his one and only T20 International debut. It was played against South Africa. He has also played for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Champions League 2011.

8. Faiz Fazal: ODI Debut At 30 Yrs 9 Months

Faiz Fazal is an Indian left-handed opening batsman who has played for the IPL team Rajasthan Royals. His only ODI, and also debut match, was against Zimbabwe in 2016. He was selected in the Indian team for the Zimbabwe Tour and scored a not out 55 against Zimbabwe in his debut ODI. He was further picked in the Indian squad for three T20 Internationals.

9. Utpal Chatterjee: ODI Debut At 30 Yrs 8 Months

A left-arm spinner and lower-order batsman Utpal Chatterjee is a veteran Indian cricketer. He has played domestic cricket for West Bengal and debuted in One Day Internationals in the year 1995. Since 2008 he is acting as the coach of the West Bengal cricket team.

10. Suryakumar Yadav: T20 International At 30

International cricketer of Indian cricket team, Suryakumar Yadav, made his T20 International debut this year in March against England followed by an ODI against Sri Lanka in July. This right-handed batsman and medium-pace bowler is also known for playing for the IPL team Mumbai Indians.