IPL 2022: Five Uncapped Batters to Keep an Eye On. All eyes will be on some rising stars who will be looking to make their mark on the biggest stage in the upcoming edition.
Five Uncapped Batters: The IPL motto always been ‘talent meets opportunity. It is proven time and again that the tournament is the best stage for everyone to show what they are truly made of. The IPL 2022 will begin on March 26, and fans will be watching to see who takes the game by the scruff of the neck and seizes the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities.
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Here are five uncapped batters to keep an eye on in the IPL 2022:
Delhi Capitals’ Yash Dhull:
The captain of the India U19 team has a large fan base, and he followed up his success in the tournament with big runs in the Ranji Trophy. Dhull scored centuries in both innings on his first-class debut. The rest of the world saw how the right-handed batter can balance caution and aggression. Dhull can do wonders under Ricky Ponting’s tutelage. If previous seasons are any indication, he is expect to see game time in the middle.
SunRisers Hyderabad’s Rahul Tripathi:
Tripathi has scored 1,385 runs at an average of 26.13 in 62 IPL matches. After a few seasons with KKR, the right-handed batter has a new challenge to look forward to. It will be interesting to see how Hyderabad uses this batter. But given Tripathi’s big-hitting ability, the franchise should consider putting him in at No. 3. Tripathi, along with Kane Williamson and Nicholas Pooran, would be an excellent addition to the team, providing much-needed impetus.
Mumbai Indians’ Dewald Brevis:
Dewalk Brevis, lit up the U19 World Cup, scoring 506 runs in the tournament. His performance earned him Rs 3 crore in the mega auction. The batter is already expect to bat at No.3 for the Sharma-led side, and if he demonstrates the potential he displayed in the U19 World Cup, Mumbai will be in the running to qualify for the playoffs.
Rajasthan Royals‘ Yashasvi Jaiswal
The left-handed batter impress everyone during the 2020 U19 World Cup, which is why he chose by the Rajasthan Royals. However, he did not get enough game time, and he is solely to blame for his poor performance. However, the franchise showed faith in him by keeping him, and the batter would look to capitalize on this opportunity. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing Yashasvi pull or play that cover drive.
Royal Challengers Bangalore‘ Mahipal Lomror
Lomror acquire by RCB for Rs 95 lakh and is known for sending spinners over the boundary. The left-handed batter can take down any spinner at will, which is why RCB may look to use him in the middle order. In IPL 2021, while playing for Rajasthan Royals, Lomror scored 43 runs off only 17 balls, allowing the rest of the world to see what he can do to spinners.
The IPL 2022 season will kick off on March 26 with a match between CSK and KKR at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium.
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