Predicting 3 players who could win the emerging player of the year in IPL 2020
IPL has given Indian cricket many talented players. There have been many players who came into the limelight because of IPL. IPL has helped unearth raw talent over the years. The exposure players get in the cash-rich league, competing against the world’s best, takes their game to the next level. Players such as Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, and Yuzevandra Chahal got their chances in the Indian team only because of the IPL, and today they’re absolute gems of the Indian team.
Every year IPL has an “Emerging Player Of the season” award which helps unearth such talents. Today we shall take a look at 3 such youngsters who could impress one and all and win the “Emerging player of the year award” in IPL 2020.
1) Ravi Bishnoi:
Considered as the next Spin Wizard of India, Ravi Bishnoi has managed to impress one and all in U-19 World Cup. He ended the tournament as the highest wicket-taker with 17 wickets in 6 matches at an unearthly average of 10.6. The young leg-spinner has a lethal googly in his arsenal as well. He had faced rejection in the U-16 and U-19 trials.
When he bowled as a net bowler for Rajasthan Royals in March 2018, many players and coaches realized the potential in him. Former RR player Dishant Yagnik helped the teenager overcome many hurdles later on. In a couple of years, come the U-19 World Cup Bishnoi showed that he was a quick learner and had improved by leaps and bounds. He will play for the Kings XI Punjab this season and would be looking to impress one and all.
2) Yashasvi Jaiswal:
From selling “Panipuris” to winning the player of the tournament award in the U-19 World Cup in 2020, Jaiswal has come a long way. Rajasthan Royals realized the potential in this wunderkind and splurged a sum of ₹2.4 cr to secure his services for. IPL 2020 would be the perfect platform for Jaiswal to showcase his talent and impress the Indian selectors. Jaiswal is a rare talent who is destined for bigger things.
3) Karthik Tyagi:
Cricket fans on the internet have already started comparing him to the legendary Brett Lee. Tyagi impressed one and all with his ability to swing the ball as well generate the extra pace. He’s someone to watch out for. Rajasthan Royals realized his potential and spent 1.3 cr to acquire his services. Under Steve Smith, he would only get better and probably finish this edition as the “Emerging player of the year” in 2020 all likelihood. An Indian pacer who could bowl quick is always exciting.