1. Martin Suji

Martin Suji is really odd but nice name. He was born in Kenya. And he has also played first-class cricket. He had an economy rate of 4.46 in sixty-four One-Day International matches. Martin was a natural swing bowler who could stay to an ideal line and length. Suji was a part of Kenya’s Super 6 win against Zimbabwe in 2003.

2. Niroshan Dickwella

I know what you all are thinking, about his last name, quite different though he is from Sri Lanka. His debut was against South Africa in July 2014. And his One Day International debut was against India on 16 Nov in the same year. Dickwella made his T20 International (T20I) debut for SL against IND on 9th February 2016. He was initially included in the 2016 ICC World T20 Sri Lanka squad but due to poor performances in the 2016 Asia Cup  was later dropped from the world cup squad.

3. Pikky Ya France

I don't know which is odder Pikky or France as a name. Pikky Ya France is an infamous Namibian cricketer. He is known by his nickname Picky. He played for the Namibia U-19 cricket team, which he represented in the 2008 U-19 Cricket World Cup. He started his international cricket journey in March 2011. Pikky opened the batting in the 2010/11 CSA Provincial 3-Days Competition. Ya France made his List A the subsequent day  and scored 13. Having the name of a country is really unique.

4. Sikandar Raza Butt

You might have a laugh reading the last name but it is the same as you read. Butt originated from Zimbabwe. He made his debut in May 2013 against Bangladesh. He was the 116th player from Zimbabwe. In his debut against Pakistan, he made a smashing 60 runs during which he had a 127-run partnership for the 4th wicket that put the hosts on course for the lead. He had also represented Zimbabwe in Cricket World Cup'15.

5. Shaukat Dukanwala

In India, Dukanwala means a person working in a store. But he didn't play for India. Shaukat Faqir was born on 21 January 1957. He was Indian-born former Emirati cricketer. As he didn't have a chance to play for India, he played five One Day Internationals for U.A.E and was a member of the 1996 Cricket World Cup team.

6. Napoleon Einstein

Napoleon, the French revolutionary or Einstein, the greatest scientist of all times, whom do you remember reading his name? He is from India actually from Tamil Nadu. He made a fabulous 92 on his domestic debut. He was accompanied by M. Vijay. He could bat, bowl and is a great fielder. He was selected for the under-19 cricket world cup 2008. India won that under-19 world cup and he was well applauded. But later his career didn't go long.

7. Assad Fudadin

Fudadin was a Caribbean cricketer. He initially played for West Indies team B. His debut was in the year 2004. Then he went to England to play for a Cricket Club. After his spell at Wollaton Cricket club, he played for Trowbridge Cricket Club in the West of England Premier League. In his small career, he took 60 wickets at an average of 26.53.

8. Graham Onions

We all know onion taste, and he had the pretty same career. But every cricketer tries his best to get through. He was spotted by Geoff Cook, Durham's coach; he made his second XI debut for the club at the age of 18. Graham started in the team as the fourth bowler but was still passionate about it. From 2006, Graham started regularly opening the bowling for Durham with Ottis Gibson.

9. Sachin Baby

You might think he is Sachin's son or his baby. But it's different, he is a Kerala originated player. First-class cricket continued to elude Baby in his youth as a domestic cricketer but he got off to an honest start in limited-over cricket. Then the following years have seen him rise to the top and become an integral part of the state team. He was the previous captain of the side and formed a partnership with former-coach Dav eventually taking the team to the Ranji Trophy semi-finals for the first time in history in the 2018–19 season for his side Kerala.

10. Dipak Chudasama

What a funny name he has might be a topic of a laugh in India but he is not from India. He is also from Kenya. Dipak also represented Kenya at the 1996 World Cup. He also played the 90, 94 and 97 ICC Trophies. Dipak played in twenty One-Day International matches. He was known for his top score a trendy 122 against Bangladesh, a then-record opening partnership for the state of Kenya.