Tamil Nadu’s Nivethan Radhakrishnan bowls with each arms for Australia U-19 at World Cup

The ICC Under-19 World Cup 2022 received underway on Friday as Australia and Sri Lanka picked up essential wins to start their campaigns on a positive word. The Under-19 World Cup, which has formed many present stars of the sport is famend for offering centre-stage to future superstars. Another participant who hogged the limelight on Day 1 of the World Cup itself is Australia’s Nivethan Radhakrishnan who bamboozled West Indies batsmen by bowling with each his arms. 

Yes, you learn that proper, the man actually can bowl with each his arms and he is equally pretty much as good with each of them. Radhakrishnan was born in Tamil Nadu however selected to symbolize Australia on the International stage. 

In the upcoming recreation in opposition to West Indies U-19, the spinner bowled left-arm spin to right-handed batsmen and switched arms to bowl right-arm spin when a left-handed batsman was enjoying. 

The show of such ambidextrous expertise work wonders for him as he registered three scalps in his spell of 10 overs, making a gift of simply 48 runs. Radhakrishnan hunted down Rivaldo Clarke (37), skipper Anderson Mahase (6) and Johann Layne (12). 

Here is a video of Nivethan Radhakrishnan bamboozling West Indies batsmen:

As per reviews, the teenager has been bowling with each arms for the reason that tender age of six. In an earlier interview, he had revealed that his father had given him the suggestion to bowl with each arms as a spinner. 

That’s not all, for the unversed, Radhakrishnan was additionally a part of the Delhi Capitals (DC) camp final season as a web bowler, as he received his first style of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and with IPL 2022 mega auctions slated to be held in February, it needs to be fascinating to see if any franchise decides to take an opportunity on the teenager. 

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