IPL has also given young people an opportunity to show their skills. Many young cricketers hope to be active in the IPL. The selection of India's limited overseer was the biggest success of the pre-IPL era in domestic cricket tournaments including the Vijay Hazare Trophy, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Duleep Trophy, and Ranji Trophy.
The success in the IPL was given greater importance in the post-IPL period. In the later part of her career, IPL has produced many talented young cricketers representing their respective National Teams. These players have come to the forefront via IPL and now are dominant international cricket players: R. Ashwin, Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, and Virat Kohli.
In IPL 2020, we are looking at 4 young cricketers with both eyes:
A promising young Rajasthani cricketer, Ravi Bishnoi has amazed us all with the impressive achievements of his freshly ended World Cup Under-19. He was the tournament's top wicket match.
In six matches he took a total of 17 wickets on an excellent 10.65 average. Kings XI Punjab picked him for a jaw-dropping sum of 2 crores in IPL 2020. He's got in his armor a big googly.
The team manager of Kings Punjab XI hopes this young leg spinner can produce a good result. It's a perfect opportunity for him to showcase his skills on a big platform like IPL.
With a brilliant success of the Vijay Hazare Trophy and Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Deva Dutta Padikkal, a promising young man from Karnataka, captivated the attention of the cricketing world. He scored 580 runs in twelve matches at a dominant average of 175.76 in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Padikkal's batting position is also versatile, as he opened the entrances as well as played for Karnataka at numbers 3, 4 and 5. For the next IPL season, RCB has signed him 20 lakhs.
The young Indian phenom Yashasvi Jaiswal belonging to Mumbai Indians has pleased everybody with his international cricket and his Under-19 cricket performance. In 2019, when he was the youngest player who scored list A double hundred while playing for Mumbai against Jharkhand in Vijay Hazare Trophy, he took on the balls of the cricketing brotherhood.
In the U-19 World Cup, which took place earlier this year, he represented India Under-19. For this WC, he was the top runner. In six matches, he scored 400 runs, an incredible 133.33 average.
In the IPL season, he was received at a gigantic price of 2.4 crores by Rajasthan Royals. Getting him to work with several Global superstars would be an incredible learning opportunity.
R Sai Kishore, a Tamilnadu left-arm spinner, amazed everyone with his results in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy recently completed. In 12 matches he took 20 wickets, averaging 4.64 and 10.40, with an excellent economy. He was also fine at the TamilNadu Premier League (TNPL) at Chepauk Super Gillies.
Chennai Super Kings signed it for 20 lakhs during this IPL season. He'll try to make the best of this opportunity.