4.) Kuldeep Yadav
Kuldeep Yadav (born 14 December 1994) is an Indian cricketer who plays for India and for Uttar Pradesh in domestic cricket and for Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL. He started out as a fast bowler at academy level, but his coach advised him to rather become a rare “left-arm chinaman” bowler considering his build, which was ill-suited for fast bowling and since then he never looked back. He played for India Under-19 cricket team in the 2014 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup where he took a hat-trick against Scotland which brought him into the limelight.
3.) Bhuvneshwar Kumar
He considers swing bowler Praveen Kumar as his cricketing idol as he has learned a lot from him. He gained the nickname “The Swing King” because of his lethal Inswing and Outswing deliveries. Apart from being a terrific bowler, he is a handy batsman as well. During a first-class match in 2012, he came in to bat at No.8 and scored 128 off 253 balls.
2.) Jasprit Bumrah
Jasprit Bumrah, Right-arm fast-medium bowler represents Team India in ODI and T20I format. Made his ODI debut and T20I debut against Australia in 2016. He was picked in the squad against Australia as a replacement for Bhuvneshwar and now one of the important player of Team India.
1.) Yuzvendra Singh Chahal
Yuzvendra Singh Chahal is an Indian cricketer and former chess player who represents India in both One Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals, and has also represented India internationally in chess at youth levels. He is a leg break bowler. According to him, playing chess helps him to become more patient, controls his temper and makes him able to read batsman’s mind.