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Swaraj Sharma – The emerging cricket star from Varanasi

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Let’s talk about the Indian forthcoming Cricketer Swaraj Sharma who started his cricketing career at the age of 14 in Varanasi under Arif sir and later shifted to Lucknow under the able mentorship of Mr. Arshi Raza sir.

He has led his team to a victory against many opponents, Kolkata is one of them. He is a capable batsman who has an individual best score of 209 but still is anxious to better these figures with his tireless endeavors. He is an incredibly persevering, devoted, and persistent player.

He has captained in 3 All-India level competitions, held in Lucknow, and has been awarded as the best batsman once with many match-winning performances. For him, it’s constantly been his overall exhibition if he doesn’t bat well he accepts he can get some significant run-outs and catches for his team and limit the adversary to the least conceivable score.

He plays for the Lucknow cricket academy in the A division which is a very competitive league. This year he has worked more earnestly practicing 7 days a week. It’s been the best snapshots of his life to addressing Lucknow cricket academy as a captain against the South African club team in 2018 and it generally is vital to him, he’ll recall it till his final gasp.

He has scored numerous hundreds and 50s but the most important was a 62 where he got the MoM against South Africa in the t20 format.

In tough situations he being a part-time offspinner has even taken wickets to put his team into a better position. His best figures are 5/30 in 7 overs
Swaraj has full energy and commitment towards his vocation in Cricket and he is a dedicated youthful hunk with exceptional abilities and hopefully, he’ll be successful soon.

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