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IND21 yrs
batting styleleft-arm medium fast Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

0 (1) vs MP, First class
4 (4) vs MP, First class
0 (2) *vs HP, First class
4 (3) vs HP, First class
30 (42) *vs HAR, First class
1 (6) *vs HAR, First class
1 (4) vs ODSA, First class
5 (16) vs UP, First class
4 (2) vs UP, First class
0 (3) vs UTK, First class
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Career Stats

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HS0
SR0.00
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Fours0
Sixes0
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Teams played for

India U19 A India U19 Rajasthan Rajasthan Royals

About Akash Singh

NameAkash Singh
GenderMale
Birth26 Apr 2002
Birth PlaceBhartpur, Rajasthan
Height5 ft 8 in
NationalityIndian

Born in Bharatpur of Rajasthan, Akash Singh is a left arm pacer who hits the deck hard and has the ability to generate seam movement. He is a product of India’s under-19 youth setup and was part of India’s squad in the 2020 ICC Under-19 World Cup, where the team finished as the runners up. ... continue reading

Player Bio

Born in Bharatpur of Rajasthan, Akash Singh is a left arm pacer who hits the deck hard and has the ability to generate seam movement. He is a product of India’s under-19 youth setup and was part of India’s squad in the 2020 ICC Under-19 World Cup, where the team finished as the runners up. 

Singh has been highly rated by the former South African fast bowler Makhaya Ntini, who believes that the pacer is already groomed to represent India when he grows older.

Singh made his T20 debut for Rajasthan in the 2019/20 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy (SMAT). He grabbed two wickets conceding 26 runs in four overs. 

After doing well for Rajasthan in SMAT, Singh was called up for the 2020 ICC Under-19 World Cup. The left-armer took seven wickets in the tournament and earned praise for his bowling from the cricketing fraternities. 

Akash was also among the five players, who were sanctioned for brawling in the immediate aftermath of Bangladesh’s victory over India in the under-19 World Cup final in South Africa.  

Singh, along with Ravi Bishnoi were fined by ICC for violating Article 2.21, which deals with bringing the game into disrepute. 

However, despite all the negativity, good performances in the domestic circuit and in the under-19 setup earned Singh his first IPL contract as Rajasthan Royals bought him for INR 20 lakhs.

Fast on his feet and quick with his deliveries, Singh is the youngest player in the Rajasthan Royals squad for the upcoming IPL season and experience of playing alongside international stars, such as Jofra Archer, Chris Morris and Ben Stokes will help Singh in the long run.