Rinku Singh is a talented cricketer from India who competes in the domestic circuit. He bats left-handed and bowls right-arm off break in his spare time. In Indian cricket’s domestic circuit, he represents Uttar Pradesh. He was born in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, on October 12, 1997. In recent years, he has steadily improved in his cricketing career, and he is expected to wear the KKR jersey once more in the 2020 season.
Rinku Singh made his List A debut in March 2014, when he was 16 years old, when he played for Uttar Pradesh Cricket for the first time. He made an impact in his debut, scoring 83 runs to stay the top scorer in the match. On November 5, 2016, Singh made his first-class debut for the Uttar Pradesh team, and he went on to play some valuable innings for his state team.
Rinku had already scored four fifties in his first seven List A matches, and everybody thought he had something extraordinary in him. Rinku Singh’s most recent notable effort came during Uttar Pradesh’s Vijay Hazare Trophy 2018 match against Tripura, where he hit a blistering 44-ball 91*.
Rinku, who came to fame as a white-ball dasher, had a breakthrough season in the 2018-19 Ranji Trophy, scoring 953 runs at an average of 105.88 in ten games, including four centuries and three fifties. Overall, he was the third-highest run scorer.
Rinku Singh was chosen by Kings XI Punjab for ten lakh rupees in 2017 due to his outstanding domestic performances. Despite the fact that he was unable to participate in the tournament, his talent was recognised.
Kolkata Knight Riders paid 80 lakhs for him in 2018 for the 10th season of the Indian Premier League. Intriguingly, he had fetched four times his base limit of Rs. 20 lakhs as teams competed for his services. Rinku has had few opportunities with KKR in his two seasons with the club, featuring in nine games and scoring 66 runs. The 2020 season may be the southpaw’s breakthrough year.
Rinku is from a low-income family. He is the third of five brothers and sisters, and he recently revealed in an interview that he has had some difficult moments in his life. One of his brothers is an auto-rickshaw pilot, and his father delivers LPG cylinders to homes. Rinku climbed through the ranks from modest beginnings to becoming one of the circuit’s most sought-after hitters.