Siddharth Kaul Biography | IPL career | Age | Height
The emerging name that you might have surely heard if you are in the cricket fan club. If not, You might have come across this name in the p[resent Indian Premier League (IPL) or maybe in some of the previous series. Let us tell you more about this Indian cricketer and undermine your curiosity.
Siddharth Kaul, born in Punjab is a medium pacer and a right-handed batsman. He made his debut for the Punjab cricket team against Orissa in the year 2007-8 Ranji Trophy alongside his brother who was wicket-keeper for the match. He then made his appearance for the Punjab youth teams, at U-15, U-17, U-19 levels. He had been in the U-19 team when the team fetched world cup in the year 2008 held in Malaysia. He took many wickets and then he was in the top listed players of the match. It was this time where a few players were drafted to play for the annual IPLs and he was one of them. He played for Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL 2008 captained by Sourav Ganguly. Then he was playing for Delhi Daredevils for two consecutive years. After that, he was taken up for Sunrisers Hyderabad for which he is playing from then till present.
Last Year in November, he was named in India’s One day International (ODI) squad series against Sri Lanka, but he did not play. After a year, he was again named for the ODI in May 2018, this time for the series against England. Along which he was also named for the Twenty20 International matches against England and Ireland. Thus he was seen making his T20 debut for India against Ireland on 29 June 2018. After more than ten years of grinding in the domestic matches, Siddharth could fully get what he wished for. He even posted a heartwarming tweet after playing the first match. To which he received many reactions from his fellow cricketers and his fans.
The skiddy pacer surely worked brilliantly in each of his matches and has led to this target now. The Indian fan sees him as a new Cricket hero and he is supported with huge blessings and love.
It is noteworthy that his father, Tej Kaul was also a cricketer who played across three seasons in the 1970s for the Jammu and Kashmir.