Manendra Singh2022-08-10T17:24:02+01:00

Manendra Singh

Date of Birth 02/01/1995
Age 27
NationalityIndian
Player Status Available
Playing Role Wicket-Keeper
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Rajasthan

** Available for the UK/EU 2023 season **

Manendra Singh is an outstanding opening batter wicket-keeper playing for the star-studded Rajasthan side in Indian domestic cricket.

He has played for the State over the past five seasons, following a glittering junior career. Singh has enjoyed tremendous success across the three formats but has particularly excelled in one-day (Vijay Hazare Trophy) cricket with 1,109 runs at 46.20, with 4 hundreds, and 4 fifties in his 26 matches to date.

A gloveman of some pedigree, it’s rare for keepers to bat in the top order let alone open the batting. However, Singh has proven his worth to the extent he’s been involved with two Indian wicket-keeping camps in recent years.

With the bat, his numbers are on the rise. In 2018/19, he belted 282 runs at 70.50 in one-day cricket, then backed up with a further 236 runs at 47.20 last summer (2020/21). The prior season (2019/20) he churned out 229 runs at 32.71 in Ranji Trophy cricket including his maiden red-ball century (107*) against a strong Hyderabad bowling attack.

Last summer, he was on song in the Vijay Hazare Trophy with 270 runs at 54 including his career-best 166* (132 balls) v Assam.

Singh, who plays against the “big boys” of Indian domestic cricket (Mumbai, Himachal Pradesh, and Kerala to name but a few) is eager to secure his maiden UK stint in 2023.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 02/01/1995
Age 27
NationalityIndian
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleWicket-Keeper
Player Status Available
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style RH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Rajasthan

** Available for the UK/EU 2023 season **

Manendra Singh is an outstanding opening batter wicket-keeper playing for the star-studded Rajasthan side in Indian domestic cricket.

He has played for the State over the past five seasons, following a glittering junior career. Singh has enjoyed tremendous success across the three formats but has particularly excelled in one-day (Vijay Hazare Trophy) cricket with 1,109 runs at 46.20, with 4 hundreds, and 4 fifties in his 26 matches to date.

A gloveman of some pedigree, it’s rare for keepers to bat in the top order let alone open the batting. However, Singh has proven his worth to the extent he’s been involved with two Indian wicket-keeping camps in recent years.

With the bat, his numbers are on the rise. In 2018/19, he belted 282 runs at 70.50 in one-day cricket, then backed up with a further 236 runs at 47.20 last summer (2020/21). The prior season (2019/20) he churned out 229 runs at 32.71 in Ranji Trophy cricket including his maiden red-ball century (107*) against a strong Hyderabad bowling attack.

Last summer, he was on song in the Vijay Hazare Trophy with 270 runs at 54 including his career-best 166* (132 balls) v Assam.

Singh, who plays against the “big boys” of Indian domestic cricket (Mumbai, Himachal Pradesh, and Kerala to name but a few) is eager to secure his maiden UK stint in 2023.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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