Cricket is not a mere bat-ball game, but a co-ordination of 11 players who specializes in their own field & how can they defeat the opponent’s 11 talented players. To become a good cricketer one must have the basic ability to make it to the top. To make it there a cricketer must be realistic about his talent by setting up smaller achievable goals even if it’s a long way to achieve the greatness or perfection of the sport.Here are some of the famous Cricketrs across the globe who have contributed their bit to the world of sports :

  • B Kumar: Purple Cap Winner of IPL 2016

    Profile Bhuvneshwar Kumar is an professional Indian international cricket player. He currently plays for the Uttar Pradesh state cricket team as well as for the Indian Premiere League (IPL) team, Sunrisers Hyderabad. ...
  • Shakib Al Hasan Story

    Shakib Al Hasan is a cricket player from Bangladesh. He is a left-handed batsman and bowls as a slow left-arm orthodox bowler. He is one of the best cricket player that Bangladesh has ever produced, and is considered amongst the best all-rounders in ...
  • Imran Tahir Story

    Imran Tahir is a Pakistani born cricket player, who currently plays for South Africa. He is a Right-arm leg break bowler and a Right-handed batsman. He made his international debut in the year 2011, while playing against West Indies in ICC cricket Wo...

  • Kyle Abbott

    K.J. Abbot or Kyle John Abbot as he was fully called is a South African first-class cricketer playing for the Dolphins team in domestic cricket. Being a right-arm fast-medium bowler, he has played for the South African cricket A team. He made his tes...
  • Sunil Narine Story

    With his spiny hair-style, small however lethal Sunil Narine, first caught the eye while he bagged all ten wickets in a trial match as well as directly earned a call-up to the Trinidad and Tobago squad in 2009. ...
  • Al Amin Hossain Story

    Al Amin Hossain, born on 1st January 1990, is a Bangladesh cricketer who has played in the Bangladesh Premier League. He is a right-hand batsman and a right-arm medium fast bowler. His name is considered among the leading bowlers in Bangla...

  • Yuvraj Singh Story

    Profile Yuvraj Singh is a professional Indian international cricket player. He is an all-rounder who bats left-handed and is a slow left-arm orthodox bowler. He has been playing for the Indian cricket team since October of 2000 in One Day International (ODI) format...
  • Quinton de Kock Story

    Profile Quinton de Kock is a professional South African cricketer who represents the Titans and the Gauteng cricket teams at the domestic level. He has played professionally for the South African international cricket team as well as a top-order batsman and an exce...
  • James Lee Pattinson Story

    Profile James Pattinson is an international Australian cricketer who plays for Victoria as well as for the Australian national team. After his Test debut in 2011, Pattinson was out of the Australian side for nearly two years before making an amazing comeback in the...
  • James Vince Success Story

    Profile James Michael Vince is an English cricketer. A right-handed middle order batsman, he plays for Hampshire County Cricket Club. James is a talented football player. Childhood James was born on 14 March 1991 in Cuckfield, West Susse...
  • Dean Jones Success Story

    Dean Jones is a retired Australian cricketer, presently working as a sports commentator and a coach. He was a right-handed batsman and right arm off spin bowler, most remembered for his splendid 210 score in a tied Test match, against India, in 1986. ...
  • Ishant Sharma Success Story

    Long hair, tall and lean Indian fast bowler, this is how Ishant Sharma is known. He bowled some stunning spells that will be remembered by cricket fans for a long time, especially the spell he bowled to the then Australian captain Ricky Ponting on fourth day of Perth test matc...

For a cricketer the most important thing is practice. The early a player starts to learn cricket and practise the better it is. A cricket player has to go through a lot when it comes to getting selected. And if the cricketer is working with such skill, power that selectors have to select them if they find the talent in him.

Cricket is also a mind game & all about attitude. It is important for a cricketer to be mentally tough and needs development for the range of Shots an individual will play. A cricketer should study the sport with such an ease that he should be satisfied with his own performance. A cricketer must face failures & criticism too – as win & loss are part of a players life.

Cricket as a game is extremely dynamic, played in mainly 3 formats – Test, ODIs & T20s. While longer version is the test of patience & cricketing skills, the shorter versions are more strategic & innovative. Since it’s a team game, a Cricketer should always be a team player & contribute his bit for the larger interest of the team, which represents his country.