Sudeep Tyagi
Sudeep Tyagi
Full name Sudeep Tyagi

Born September 19, 1987, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 
Major teams India, Chennai Super Kings, Uttar Pradesh
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium

A tall, lean, lively seamer, Sudeep Tyagi burst into the Indian domestic scene with a ten-wicket haul on debut and his roaring success was a sign of things to come, as he finished the Ranji season with 41 wickets, the highest by any bowler across the two leagues. Tyagi's progression to the top was meteoric as he was spotted by the Uttar Pradesh captain Mohammad Kaif at the nets and handed an opportunity in the big league, after the seamer Shalabh Srivastava had drifted into the ICL. He followed his debut heroics with a nine-wicket haul against Andhra and was instrumental in getting UP to the Ranji final. Unfortunately, he suffered a stress fracture to the back and had to withdraw from the IPL, after being named in the Chennai Super Kings squad. Having recovered, he made his way into the India A side for the home series against Australia A and New Zealand A. He finally made his IPL debut the following season in South Africa and his signature moment was the peach of a delivery which castled AB de Villiers. A lively opening spell in the Challenger Trophy final, which sunk India Blue, earned him a national call-up for the ODIs against Australia at home in 2009.

Sudeep Tyagi is emerging on the cricket arena as a promising young talent who has impressed the Indian fans as well as cricket experts. His performance in the domestic tournaments
is outstanding sending positive signals to national team selectors. He took 41 wickets in the Ranji Trophy and emerged as the highest wicket-taker.

Tyagi got an opportunity to play for the League when Shalabh Sriwvastav joined the India Cricket
league. But unluckily he got fracture and couldn’t play for the Indian Premier League despite he was selected in the Chenai team. After heeling, he went to Australia to represent Indian A team.
Sudeep Tyagi
He was born in 1987 and at this young age he may prove a great prospect for the Indian National Team. He is a medium pace right-handed bowler and a good batsman as well. He played for the Uttar Pardesh team against Orissa. During his debut in that match, he grabbed six wickets that lead the team towards the success. As far as his batting was concerned, he could not enter in to double figures until third match of the tournament. He also participated in Duleep Trophy and Vijay Hazare Trophy and proved himself as an emerging talent.

As far as Tyagi’s Physical structure is concerned, he is thin, tall and effective with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. He has great resemblance with Praveen Kumar but he is faster than him. He is being seen as great emerging talent to fortify bowling squad of the UP team with other promising bowlers e.g. Praveen Kumar, R.P. Singh.

Rookie India pacer Sudeep Tyagi wants to forget Feroz Shah Kotla pitch fiasco in his debut match against Sri Lanka and eyeing some impressive performance in the forthcoming tour of Bangladesh.

Tyagi scalped Sri Lankan skipper Kumar Sangakkara and gave away just 15 runs in 6.3 overs before the one-dayer was abandoned because of dangerous pitch.

"I was quite disappointed with the incident because my international career did not start the way I wanted. I was bowling quite well in the match and my economy rate was also not bad when the game was abandoned after 23.3 overs," Tyagi said.

"But I have left the incident behind and now gearing to produce some good performance in Bangladesh. I am going there with the hope of making a fresh beginning of my career and am very confident about making a mark," the 22-year-old added.

In Bangladesh, Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men will play a Tri-series, also involving Sri Lanka, before taking the hosts in two Test matches.

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