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Five Indian Cricketers Who Didn’t Do Justice To Their Talent;  Cricket is one of the most-followed sports in the world and has become a part of millions of people’s lives. It has seen many cricketers achieving greatness with their cricketing skills. While many players have risen to fame through their consistency, there are few who could not maintain the consistency in their performances.

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Many of these players had promising starts to their career and some of them were even endorsed as the ones who hold the future of Indian cricket.

However, after some below-par performances, they were dropped and could not make a comeback into the national side.

Here, in this piece, we bring you five cricketers, who failed to do justice to their talent.

Five Indian Cricketers Who Didn’t Do Justice To Their Talent:

5. Robin Uthappa:

Robin Uthappa, 2007 ICC T20I World Cup Winning Members
Robin Uthappa (Credits: Twitter)

The flamboyant batsman from Karnataka is one of the great talents of India. Robin Uthappa surprised one and all with his incredible batting skills in the initial stages of his career but soon, he faded out with a dip in his form.

Uthappa had a dream debut as he scored a well compiled 86, opening the innings at Indore. He was given a decent run since then and was also part of the 50-over World Cup squad in 2007.

The action shifted to South Africa for the inaugural edition of the World T20 in the same year and Uthappa had a good beginning before fading away.

However, he played all the matches in the tournament, which was won by India.

Well, his form dipped after the Asia Cup in 2008 and with the emergence of Virat Kohli, Uthappa was overlooked by the selectors. He served various teams in IPL and also a consistent performer in domestic circuit but he failed to do justice to his talent on the international stage.

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