Arshdeep Singh was born in Guna, Madhya Pradesh, India, on February 5, 1999. He is an Indian professional cricketer who was a part of India’s successful 2018 ICC U-19 World Cup campaign. He’s also a medium-fast left-arm bowler.
Arshdeep began playing notable cricket in 2012 at GNPS School in Chandigarh, under the tutelage of coach Jaswant Rai. In 2017, he took 13 wickets for Punjab in the Vinoo Mankad Trophy and 19 wickets for Chandigarh in five matches in the Punjab Inter-District ODI Championship for the DP Azad Trophy. On 10 November 2017, he made his international youth cricket debut against Malaysia U19 at the ACC U19 Asia Cup 2017 in Kuala Lumpur.
Arshdeep also represented India Red in the U19 Challenger Trophy in 2017. He picked up seven wickets, including a five-wicket haul, in this competition, demonstrating his bowling ability. As a result of this contest, he was thrust into the spotlight.
Arshdeep had his best show of the tournament against Zimbabwe in the 2018 U19 World Cup group round, bowling with an economy rate of 1.43. He bowled 7 overs, allowing 10 runs to the opposition while also taking 2 wickets. He was called up to the Punjab U-23 squad a few months back, and he made an impression with the ball against Rajasthan, taking 8 wickets and a hat-trick in the CK Nayudu Trophy. That prompted the selectors to call him up to the state team for the Vijay Hazare 2018/19 season, and Arshdeep had a promising debut, taking two wickets against Himachal Pradesh.
Arshdeep Singh was snapped up by Kings XI Punjab after impressing everybody in the domestic circuit. Arshdeep Singh made his debut against Rajasthan Royals in his hometown of Mohali, where the left-arm seamer dismissed both Jos Buttler and Ajinkya Rahane of the Rajasthan Royals. In the 2019 season, the youngster appeared in three matches for KXIP and was retained by the franchise ahead of the 2020 IPL auction.
Arshdeep began playing cricket for his school when he was 13 years old. In state-level competitions, he has led the Chandigarh and Punjab cricket teams. Darshan Singh, his father, was very involved in the early stages of his career.