Swapnil Singh is a young, dynamic cricketer playing for Mumbai Indians. He has played for Baroda as well. Swapnil bats with the right hand and bowls with the left hand.
In the year 2006, Swapnil played his first ‘first-class’ match at Vadodara from 10th of January onwards. It was played between Hyderabad and Baroda. The venue was ‘Moti Bagh Stadium’. This match proved to be a cake-walk for Baroda; as it won it by 220 runs. In the first innings, Swapnil opened his account and got out. In other words, PK Reddy picked up Swapnil’s wicket when his score was ‘1’. However, in the second innings, Swapnil scored 8 runs in 11 balls. On the balling front, Swapnil picked up 4 wickets in the first innings, and 1 wicket in the second innings. He hasn’t played any match as yet for IPL.
In 2 First-Class Matches played so far, Swapnil has scored 24 runs; with the highest score being 15. He is expected to create wonders in the next IPL season. It has been thought over on a serious note to give increasing numbers of chances to youngsters. As such, Swapnil won’t be left behind. Let the fingers be kept crossed!