Tejinder Pal Singh is an allrounder who is a left handed batsman and slow left arm orthodox bowler. This first class Indian cricketer was a member of India A in the Top End series in Australia where he scored 181 runs and picked up 6 wickets.
Tejinder Pal Singh debuted in Twenty20 cricket on 3rd April 2007 at Jaipur (Sawai Mansingh Stadium) during a match between Railways and Uttar Pradesh. He was playing for Railways. He was the No. 4 batsman and he faced 9 deliveries and hit 11 runs with the assistance of 2 boundaries. Railways won this match by 3 wickets with 4 deliveries to spare.
Apart from the Railways, Tejinder Pal Singh has also played for teams like Punjab, ICL India XI and in the ICL has been signed by Chandigarh Lions.
In Twenty20 matches, Singh appeared in 8 matches in which he accumulated 129 runs with 40 as his highest score. His bowling average was 16.12 and bowling strike rate was 112.17. He took 9 catches and smashed 2 sixers and 12 boundaries. Singh bowled 54 deliveries and took 6 wickets in these while conceding 69 runs. His bowling strike rate was 9, economy rate was 7.66 and bowling average was 11.50.