Unmukt Chand shot to prominence when he captained India Under-19 to victory in the 2012 World Cup, upsetting hosts Australia with a calm, unbeaten 111 in a tense chase. His temperament stood out throughout the tournament as he guided India in unfamiliar conditions - it was his third consecutive century in a final for the under-19 side.View More
Off-spinning allrounder Parvez Rasool will always be a man of firsts, and it all began not just because Rasool comes from India's politically-troubled Kashmir valley
Parveez was a standout performer for Jammu & Kashmir in the 2012-13 Ranji Trophy, ending the season as its top scorer and highest wicket-taker.View More
An attacking midfielder with flair, dribbling and immense talent, Carlos Martinez Aibar is a treat to watch. Carlos played for Cádiz in the Liga Adelante and was personally requested by Former Spain and Real Madrid Coach Vicente del Bosque to be part of the first team squad at just 17 years of age.View More
Sanath Jayasuriya is a former Sri Lankan Cricketer and a Former Captain of the Sri Lankan National Cricket Team. Considered as one of the greatest ODI players of all time, Jayasuriya is well known for his powerful striking and match winning all-round performances in One Day International Cricket. Jayasuriya is credited for having revolutionized One Day International Cricket with his explosive batting with Romesh Kaluwitharana in 1996, which initiated the hard-hitting modern day batting strategy of all nations.View More
Tamim Iqbal Khan ( born 20 March 1989) is an international Bangladeshi cricketer and arguably the best batsman in Bangladesh. Tamim made his One Day International debut in 2007 and played his first Test the following year. A left-handed opening batsman, he is the Bangladeshi's most successful runscorer to date. Between December 2010 and September 2011 he was vice-captain of the national side. Considered as the best ever opening batsman for Bangladesh, Tamim has set up centuries in all three formats of the game and is also the first Bangladeshi to score 10,000 international runs.View More
Courtney Walsh (born 30 October 1962) is a former Jamaican Cricketer who represented the West Indies from 1984 to 2001, Captaining the West Indies in 22 Test Matches.He is a fast bowler, and best known for a remarkable opening bowling partnership along with fellow West Indian Curtly Ambrose for several years. Walsh played 132 Tests and 205 ODIs for the West Indies and took 519 and 227 wicketsrespectively.View More
Not many would forget the sight of Dinesh Karthik in India colours, horizontal on the ground, as he stumped Michael Vaughan in 2004. It was his first scalp of many as a wickek-keeper.
Dinesh was an integral member of the 2007 T20 World Cup winning squad with his versitality as a batsmen and fielder proving resourceful.View More
Having been born to Susan Pallikal, a former India Women Cricketer, sports has always been in Dipika Pallikal’s genes.
She turned Pro in 2006 when she was just 15 years old but started to make heads turn few years later. The recently turned 25 year-old has won 6 WSA World Tours.View More
Nine-time National Champion in two-wheeler category Rajini Krishnan is arguably India's best rider by statistics. His International achievements include winning the MSS (Malaysian Super Series), Podium in the FIM ARRC (Asia Road Racing Championship), being selected for the World Endurance Championship & winning the LARRS (Losail Asia Road Racing Series).View More
Angad Cheema has been a pro golfer since 2013 and endured successful start to his professional career. The 26 year-old’s notable wins before 2013 includes winning the Western India amateurs in 2010, the RCGC Cup in Kolkata in 2012, the Indian Team Trials for Eisenhower trophy and the 111th All India Amateur Championship 1n 2012.View More
The talented wicket-keeper batsmen KS Bharat from Andhra is known for his quick work behind the stumps and aggressive batting stroke-play.
Bharat became the first wicket-keeper batsmen to score a century in February 2015 with Mohammed Kaif saying “I can see you playing like Sehwag”.View More
Sudip Chatterjee is a stickler during tough situations and he proves that in his batting.
The young southpaw from Bengal can shift his batting from pure elegance to immense strength. Consistently averaging close to 50 in all his Ranji seasons, Sudip has been Bengal’s lynchpin in the middle-order.View More
Farveez Maharoof (born 7 September 1984, in Colombo), Sri Lankan Cricketer, who plays for Tests and ODIs. He first made his impression in the 2004 U19 World Cup in which he Captained the Sri Lankan team. He enjoyed a prolific school career for Wesley College, with the highest score of 243 and best bowling figures of 8 for 20. An all-rounder, he made his Test debut in 2004.View More