With cricket, players come from all over the world and work together as one team. Players can be grouped into various categories and form one team.
One of the most prevalent variations of this classification is education. Those who pursue this sport do not always have the opportunity to finish their studies. Perhaps all the physical and mental strain a player experiences while playing the game blinds him or her to the possibilities of a one-dimensional career.
Indian Cricket has savants such as Saurav Ganguly, Anil Kumble, and Rahul Dravid. The most educated cricketer in India is Aavishkar Salvi, who represents another moniker of Indian cricket which is a notch above the rest.
The fast bowler hailing from Mumbai has completed his Ph.D. in Astrophysics. For those of you who don’t know, astrophysicists deal with spatial issues.
Due to injuries, he initially dropped out of the national team, then faded away from the state team as well.
Before disapearing completely, he played four ODIs for India in which he claimed four international wickets, the best of which was two for 15.
During his first-class cricket career, he took 169 wickets for his state. He signed with Delhi Daredevils in 2009, where he played alongside his bowling idol, Glenn McGrath.