Dewald Brevis (South Africa): Baby ABD refers to Dewald Brevis, a right-handed batsman from South Africa. Brevis is capable of playing a wide range of shots. In the IPL auction, he was purchased by the Mumbai Indians. Brevis, who is 18 years old, scored 506 runs in this year’s ICC Under 19 World Cup, breaking India’s Shikhar Dhawan’s record of 505 runs (2004). Brevis is also a part-time leg spinner who has 7 wickets to his name. The South African batsman, who idolises Sachin Tendulkar, is a master at blackmailing bowlers.
Rajvardhan Hungergekar: Chennai Super Kings have signed all-rounder Rajvardhan Hungergekar from Maharashtra’s Osmanabad district. Hungergekar, a medium pace bowler and right-handed batsman, made an impression at the ICC Under 19 World Cup in the Windies this year, hitting several sixes. The 19-year-old could be a viable replacement for Deepak Chahar, who is currently injured. With his performance in five List A matches for Maharashtra, he can also play the role of a finisher.
Yash Dhul: India won the ICC Under-19 World Cup for the fifth time with the help of 19-year-old Yash Dhul. Delhi Capitals have acquired this outstanding right-handed batsman. Dhul demonstrated his utility by scoring two centuries in his Ranji Trophy debut. By scoring a century in the Under-19 World Cup semi-final, the middle-order batsman demonstrated that he is a big match player. In eight One-Day Internationals, this young player has scored 281 runs.