Indian Premier League 2019: 10 Openers To Watch Out
Well, the festival in the game of cricket, Indian Premier League once again set to entertain the fans. This time, with the ICC World Cup 2019 around the corner, they are set to make their way sooner rather than later. Meanwhile, ahead of going into the Indian Premier League 2019, we figured out Top 10 opening batsman in the tournament to watch out for.
The Indian Premier League 2018 has seen quite a few scintillating performances from the opening batsman. In fact, the major of the run-scorers, who are after the Orange cap is the opening batsman of the certain franchise. Once again, they will be the key members in entertaining fans in the upcoming edition of Indian Premier League.
Here are they:
10. Surya Kumar Yadav:
It was a surprise in Indian Premier League 2018 when Mumbai Indians sent Surya Kumar Yadav at the opening slot. The skipper Rohit Sharma was asked to bat in the middle, as Yadav has been exceptional at the top of the order. Right from the first game, he showed his worth as a player and knocked match-winning scores on a consistent basis.
Once again, he is going to be an interesting player to watch out for Mumbai Indians. Facing the new ball, he has looked at ease and handled the situation well. Playing as per the situation, Surya has been able to change gears and has even played patiently when needed to be.
Coming to his scores in the tournament, he smashed 514 runs in the 14 games at a brilliant average of 36.57. Going by the numbers and his incredible ability to knock runs in T20 circuit would certainly make a player to watch out in the upcoming Indian Premier League 2019.
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