Cricket is a bat-and-ball sport played between two teams of eleven players on a 22-yard (20-meter) pitch with two bails balanced on three stumps at each end.
1. Ravindra Jadeja
Ravindra Singh Jadeja (born 6 December 1988) is an Indian cricketer who has represented his country on several occasions. He is a left-handed middle-order batsman who also bowls orthodox left-arm spin. In first-class cricket, he plays for Saurashtra, while in the Indian Premier League, he plays for Chennai Super Kings. Under the leadership of current Indian captain Virat Kohli, Jadeja was a member of the Indian U-19 cricket squad that won the World Cup in Malaysia in 2008. On February 8, 2009, he made his One-Day International debut against Sri Lanka, scoring an unbeaten 60 off 77 balls. He came over four years later, against England in Nagpur on December 13, 2012.
2. Virat Kohli
Delhi in India's cricket team is currently captained by Virat Kohli. He is a right-handed batsman who represents domestic cricket and Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Kohli is regarded as one of the best batsmen on the planet. Kohli led India's Under-19 team to victory in Malaysia at the 2008 Under-19 World Cup. At the age of 19, he made his ODI debut for India against Sri Lanka a few months later. He began his Indian career as a reserve batsman, but quickly rose to become a regular middle-order batsman in one-day internationals, and was a member of the side that won the 2011 Cricket World Cup.
3. Suresh Raina
Suresh Raina is an ex-Indian cricketer who played for the national team. He is considered as one of the best fielders in global cricket, as well as an aggressive left-handed middle-order batsman and an occasional off-spin bowler. He is the current vice-captain of the Chennai Super Kings and was the captain of the Gujarat Lions in the Indian Premier League. He has also captained the Indian cricket team, making him the country's second-youngest captain. He is the first Indian batsman to score a century in each of the three international cricket forms.
4. Mohammad Kaif
Mohammad Kaif is a former Indian cricketer who has represented his country in both Test and ODI matches. He was called up to the national team after leading the Indian national under-19 cricket team to victory in the Under-19 World Cup in 2000. In the 2002 NatWest Series Final, his most memorable achievement was assisting India in chasing down 326 with 87* (from 75 balls). His first Man of the Match award came as a result of his efforts.
5. Mohammed Azharddin
Mohammad Azharuddin, usually known in cricket circles as Azhar or Azza, is an Indian politician and former cricketer. He is the Telangana Congress Committee's Working President. He played 99 tests and 334 one-day matches for India and was known as an exquisite middle-order batsman and one of the country's most successful commanders. When he was proven to be implicated in a match-fixing controversy in 2000, his international career came to an end, and he was banned for life by the BCCI.
6. Ajay Jadeja
Ajaysinhji Jadeja is a character in the film Jadeja, which was Ajay Jadeja (born 1 February 1971) is an Indian former professional cricketer who played for India from 1992 to 2000. He represented India in 15 Test matches and 196 ODIs. A five-year ban for match-fixing overshadowed his cricketing accomplishments. On January 27, 2003, the Delhi High Court overturned the suspension, allowing Jadeja to play domestic and international cricket once again.
7. Robin Singh
His full name is Robindra Ramnarine Singh. His ODI shirt No is 6 "Robin Singh" is a former Indian cricket player and coach. He became an all-rounder for India by playing in one Test and 136 One-Day Internationals between 1989 to 2001. He has led the Mumbai Indians of the Indian League. Premier League. He is a left-handed batsman.
8. MS Dhoni
For an injured Mohammed Shami, after several relatively good seasons with the Mumbai Indians under the Dhoni captaincy, he first played an ODI against Bangladesh on December 23, 2004, and his first Test against Sri Lanka a year later. He has received numerous honours, including the ICC One-Day International Player of the Year award in 2008 and 2009 (the first player to win the award twice) .In the years 2009, 2010, and 2013, Dhoni was appointed captain of the ICC World Test XI. He's also been named to the ICC World ODI XI a record eight times, five of them as captain. Lieutenant Colonel was bestowed to him by the Indian Territorial Army.
9. Jasprit Bumrah
Jasbir Singh or Jasprit Bumrah is an Indian international cricketer who has represented his country in all formats of the game. He is a fast bowler who bowls with his right arm. He was picked in India's squad for its 2015–16 series against Australia as a substitute Indian Premier League and with his regional team Gujarat. In the 2015–16 series against Australia, Bumrah made his One Day International and Twenty20 International debuts. He is the only Asian bowler to take five wickets in a Test innings in the same calendar year in South Africa, England and Australia.
10. Sachin Tendulkar
Tendulkar began playing cricket when he was eleven years old, making his Test debut against Pakistan in Karachi on November 15, 1989, at the age of sixteen and going on to represent Mumbai and India internationally for nearly twenty-four years. He was voted the second-greatest Test batsman of all time, behind Don Bradman, and the second greatest ODI batsman, behind Viv Richards, by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 2002, halfway through his career. Tendulkar was a member of the Indian squad that won the 2011 World Cup, his first victory in six World Cup appearances for India. At the tournament's 2003 edition, he was named "Player of the Tournament."