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With his pace intact, RP revels in new role as mentor

DNMUM381066 | 1/11/2017 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :456



Indore: The trend these days in Indian cricket is when an international player is past his prime, he switches to another state as a proferssional and takes the role of mentoring the youngsters.
Uttar Pradesh’s former India left-arm fast bowler Rudra Pratap Singh is one such player. However, even now Singh, in his second season for Gujarat, clocks 135 kmph above and swings ball both ways.
Currently playing the Ranji Trophy final, he hasn’t been successful in terms of number of wickets but he has had the Mumbai batsmen on their toes. He got opener Akhil Herwadkar out with one that came in to trap him leg-before. He also got Siddhesh Lad with a quick short ball.
Playing his first Ranji Trophy final, he finished with figu
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