Top 10 Indian Players Who Never Played T20 World Cup

Indian Players Who Never Played T20 World Cup
Indian Players Who Never Played T20 World Cup

Indian Players Who Never Played T20 World Cup: No honor is greater than representing your country on the world’s stage. The ICC Cricket World Cup is cricket’s grandest stage. Players strive hard to qualify for the World Cup. Not always. Some famous cricketers have never played in the World Cup. Due to tight rivalry for spots, the Indian Cricket team has seen several such situations. 10 Indians who never played in the World Cup:

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10. Wasim Jaffer

Wasim Jaffer

A good batsman like Wasim Jaffer should have been given more chances to show what he could do. The man from Mumbai has played for India in 31 tests and only two ODIs. Jaffer is the best batsman in India’s domestic leagues. He has the most caps and has scored the most runs in Ranji Trophy.

After playing two ODIs against South Africa in 2006, Jaffer was never even considered for the limited overs format, let alone the World Cup. But the legendary batsman is still going strong at the age of 41. He scored 763 runs in eight matches for Vidharbha during the 2018-19 Ranji Trophy season.

9. Erapalli Prasanna

Erapalli Prasanna

Erapalli Prasanna is one of India’s best off-spinners. In the 1970s, he played with Srinivas Venkataraghavan, Bhagwat Chandrasekhar, and Bishen Singh Bedi as part of India’s famous “Spin Quartet.”

In just 49 tests for India, Prasanna took 189 wickets. He also dominated first-class cricket, taking 957 wickets in 235 games with his spin-web. But Prasanna never even played his first ODI because he wasn’t picked for the first World Cup in 1975. And when he quit in 1978, India lost a legendary spinner who could have helped them win World Cups.

8. RP Singh

RP Singh

RP Singh has been a part of many great moments in Indian Cricket, like the first T20 World Cup and the test win at the WACA in 2008. But Singh, who was known for bowling balls that turned in, didn’t play a single game in the 50-over World Cup.

The Indian bowler, who was born in UP, has played in 58 ODIs and taken 69 wickets. Singh played his first ODI in 2005, but he was in and out of the team because of how he did. Before India’s tour of England in 2011, when RP Singh couldn’t use the swinging conditions, this was the case. After that, the left-handed bowler never played for India again.

7. Cheteshwar Pujara

Cheteshwar Pujara

India’s best test batsman is Cheteshwar Pujara. The 31-year-old has 5000+ runs in 68 tests at 51. Pujara has only played 5 ODIs and no World Cup games. He may never represent India at a World Cup.

Pujara made his ODI debut in 2013 against Zimbabwe. Pujara’s name hasn’t been mentioned for white ball cricket since he played against Bangladesh in 2014. Pujara is often likened to Rahul Dravid in tests due to his temperament, but he’s hardly ‘The Wall’ in ODIs.

6. Parthiv Patel

Parthiv Patel

Parthiv Patel’s international career has been unlucky. The pocket dynamo made his test debut in 2002 and was named for the 2003 World Cup. In order to incorporate an extra bowler or batsman, India used Rahul Dravid as a substitute wicketkeeper.

Southpaw warmed the bench in South Africa. After MS Dhoni’s rise in limited overs, no other wicketkeeper received a World Cup chance, and they still don’t. Parthiv played 38 ODIs, his last in 2012, but never in the World Cup.

5. Amit Mishra

Amit Mishra

A career wrecked by lack of playing time. Amit Mishra debuted in 2003, when Kumble and Harbhajan Singh were indispensable. Mishra has struggled against Ashwin, Jadeja, Kuldeep, and Chahal.

The leg break bowler played 36 ODIs in the last 16 years. Mishra has never made India’s World Cup roster since his debut.

4. Praveen Kumar

Praveen Kumar

Praveen Kumar was picked for the 2011 World Cup. A damaged elbow sidelined Kumar, and Sreesanth won the World Cup. Lucky!

Kumar, a good swing bowler when healthy, hasn’t played for India since 2012. He has 77 wickets in 68 ODIs but missed a dream moment.

3. Irfan Pathan

Irfan Pathan

In the first decade of the 21st century, India’s swing bowlers were strange. RP Singh, Praveen Kumar, Munaf Patel, and others wowed with their swing early in their careers but were inconsistent and struggled to manage their workload to stay healthy. Irfan Pathan exemplifies this. Many saw Pathan as the next Kapil Dev because of his all-around skills. Pathan lived up to expectations by completing the double in 1059 days.

Injury and inconsistency derailed his career. He was picked for the 2007 World Cup but didn’t participate. Irfan should have thrived with 173 wickets in 120 ODIs. The all-rounder last played for India in 2012 and retired without competing in a World Cup.

2. Ishant Sharma

Ishant Sharma

Ishant Sharma is India’s red ball bowling leader. Sharma has 267 wickets in 90 tests, behind behind Kapil Dev and Zaheer Khan.

White-ball cricket is very different. Ishant took 115 wickets in 80 ODIs since his 2007 debut. The lanky pacer played for India in the 2013 Champions Trophy final, where he took two wickets in two deliveries. Ishant hasn’t played for India in ODIs since 2016.

1. VVS Laxman

VVS Laxman

Indian exam legend VVS Laxman is the only Indian to never play in the World Cup despite playing 100 tests. Laxman was a technically gifted batsman. He averaged barely 30 in 86 ODIs.

Laxman wasn’t in the World Cup race due to his ODI results. The selectors thought so. Hyderabad-born batsman scored 8000+ runs in 134 tests at an average of 45.

That’s it of the story of Indian Players Who Never Played T20 World Cup.

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