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Exciting 2024 IPL talents who could make it to Team India some day

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The fast approaching IPL 2024 edition is, without much doubt, the most interesting T20 competition in the cricketing universe. In a year where we’ve already seen the PSL and the much exciting IVPL (Indian Veteran Premier League), having the grand old daddy of T20 cricket coming back with a brand new edition is welcome news. 

This, after all, is the year of T20 cricket with the West Indies region jointly hosting with the United States the much-anticipated World Cup. 

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But even before we could get there, it’s time to reflect on some interesting and upcoming names who are confirmed to be taking part in the IPL 2024, but talents, at the same time, who could carve a possible India future. 

Having said that, which currently uncapped India players all set to participate in the IPL 2024 could

impress one and all? 

Abhishek Sharma

Left handers are alluring creatures. More so where it comes to the ultra competitive sphere of Cricket! And should one compete with talent and dexterity in a league as enormous and vital to a career’s development as the Indian Premier League, then the results could be far rewarding than usual expectations. Which is precisely what one of the rising names in the sport in India would be hoping for. As a left handed all rounder who took part in the victorious Indian campaign of the ICC Under-19 World Cup, Sharma made his mark. He’s since then performed quite decently for his Punjab side. The left arm spinner who also bats up the order could be an interesting feature for what is already a star-studded Sunrisers Hyderabad line up. But it’s here in the IPL 2024 where Abhishek Sharma’s journey truly begins, one where he must perform in order to find himself in the quarters of the Indian team in the course of the future. 

Kartik Tyagi

Born in Hapur, quite known in the whole of Uttar Pradesh and aiming to make a mark of recognition in India, Kartik Tyagi oozes confidence and seems sure of his skill and talent.  

A potent fast bowling exponent, someone who must make it to the team India flight that travels overseas where seamers relish the idea of gruelling on tough pitches, Kartik Tyagi is all of 23 with very encouraging signs of making it far ahead.

As a matter of fact, Tyagi had picked no fewer than 19 wickets in the Under-19 2020 World Cup where his wicket taking spells played a key role in India reaching the finals. At the IPL level, Kartik Tyagi has already made his presence while playing for his most recent outfit: Rajasthan Royals. However, it’ll be his soon-to-begin performances for SRH in IPL 2024 that could play a decisive role for his India ambitions. Standing tall at 1.9 meters, Tyagi is gifted with the ability of generating that extra bit of bounce that, on its day, can rattle even the best of batters. 

Sameer Rizvi

One of the most interesting and rising T20 Leagues from around India was the Uttar Pradesh T20 league, one which unfurled the talent of a certain Sameer Rizvi. We are going to see Rizvi represent what is, arguably speaking, the most popular IPL franchise among them all: the Chennai Super Kings. It could be argued his exciting century that came in the Uttar Pradesh T20 league afforded him the much needed and hopefully, career-changing gaze from the quarters of CSK. It’s something that would eventually earn him a lucrative contract of INR 8.4 crores. But here’s why Rizvi is no flash-in-the-pan cricketer; he recently fired a courageous triple ton in the Col C.K. Nayudu trophy and earned rich praise from all corners. Hopefully, this added confidence of having done well enough domestically will fill him with the added impetus of performing at the grand IPL stage. 

Suyash Sharma

The Indian Premier League does love its spinners and as seen over the years, it has had a fair share of them. There was a time when legends like the late Shane Warne embraced the competitive IPL turf and then as one discovered later, a certain Rashid Khan broke through. Then over the years, one saw the rise of Rahul Sharma and the unputdownable duo of Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal; the two of them are still going strong in the national colours for team India.  

However, the 2024 edition of the IPL is going to see one of the finest and most talented exponents of leg spin hailing from Delhi: Suyash Sharma.

Interestingly, even as Suyash Sharma is yet to play any domestic games across several lines of competitions in the country, he’s been picked by none other than the revered Kolkata Knight Riders. He was picked directly by the much-loved KKR for a base price of INR 20 lakhs. He would also later make his debut for Delhi in SMAT 2023 competition wherein he picked 5 wickets.

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