Rudra Pratap Singh
(Former India Cricketer)
RP Singh made into the Indian team during the age of the left-arm seamers. Boasting great in-swinger, RP was an instant hit at the International level. He was one of the heroes of the inaugural WT20 triumph in 2007. RP is now a cricketer commentator.
|Profession:||Former cricketer, cricket commentator|
|Role:||Left-arm fast-medium bowler|
|Weight (approx.):||75 kg|
|Date of Birth:||6 December 1985|
|Age (as on 2018):||32 years|
|Birth Place:||Raebareli, Uttar Pradesh|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign:||Sagittarius|
|College:||Guru Gobind Singh Sports College, Lucknow|
|Educational Qualifications:||Bachelor in Arts|
|Father:||Shiv Pratap Singh|
|Test:||21 January 2006 vs Pakistan|
|ODI:||4 September 2005 vs Zimbabwe|
|T20:||13 September 2007 vs Scotland|
|Jersey Number:||#9 (India)|
|Major Team:||India, Deccan Chargers, India A, India Under-19s, Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Cricket Association President’s XI, Rising Pune Supergiants, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Uttar Pradesh|
|Nature on field:||Calm|
|Likes to play against:||NA|
|Career Turning Point|
- Strong performance in Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh in 2004, followed up by consistent show in the Ranji Trophy for Uttar Pradesh
- In 2006, RP Singh won Man of the Match award in his test debut for a 5-wicket haul, against Pakistan at Faisalabad.
- RP Singh was the second highest wicket-taker in the 2007 T20 World Cup.
- RP Singh had the most wickets (23) in 2009 IPL edition.
|Favourite Cricket Ground:||NA|
|Favourite sports Commentator:||NA|
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