Navdeep Saini

Navdeep Saini
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Club: Royal Challengers Bangalore
Position: Bowler
Nationality: Indian
Age: 23.11.1992 (28)
Batting style: Right-Handed Bat
Wife: Unmarried
Bowling style: Right-Arm Fast
Height: 5 ft. 10 in. (1.78 m)
Weight: 65 Kgs
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Team: India National Cricket Team 2019-2020
Team: India National Cricket Team 2019-2020
Team: RCB 2019-2020
Runs scored
53
Batting average
53.0
Balls faced
55
50s
0
100s
0
Runs scored
11
Batting average
0.0
Balls faced
10
50s
0
100s
0
Runs scored
29
Batting average
14.5
Balls faced
31
50s
0
100s
0

Season Team League
2019-2020 India National Cricket Team ICC ODI Championship
2019-2020 India National Cricket Team T20I
2019-2020 Royal Challengers Bangalore Indian Premier League

Navdeep Saini

Transfer Career

  • 2013–present Delhi
  • 2018–present Royal Challengers Bangalore

 

Biography

Gautam Gambhir picked Navdeep Saini from Delhi’s practice nets, and the rise of Karnal born boy is an inspiration for aspiring cricketers. The right-arm fast bowler has impressed everyone with his bowling skills and is currently one of the Indian cricket team’s best bowlers.

Saini took 34 wickets for his team Delhi Ranji in the 2017-18 season and became the highest wicket-taker in the tournament. He is also a leading wicket-taker in Vijay Hazare trophy 2018-19, who took 16 wickets in the tournament. The player was awarded as Man of the Match on his Twenty20 Internationals.

After picking up by Gautam Gambhir, Navdeep Saini secured his place in the IPL team Delhi Daredevils in 2018. The young player spent his entire season on the bench and could not prove his worth to the franchise. In 2019, Virat Kohli led Royal Challengers Bangalore bought Navdeep Saini for a whopping amount of 3 crores. Navdeep played 13 matches for RCB and took 11 wickets, which attracted selectors eyeball, and he got the opportunity to play in the Indian cricket team.

Navdeep’s father is a former government employee who used to work as a driver under the Haryana Government. His grandfather, Karam Singh, was an independence activist and was a part of Subhas Chandra Bose’s Indian National Army.