He lost his right arm at 10. He now wishes to bet India in World Cup
Handicapped for life, Ankush started training under his elder sibling Ramu Singh. He learnt to bat and bowl with his left arm.
Ankush Singh, 22 Disabled cricketer As a kid, he imagined becoming the next Tendulkar, and parental pressure was no deterrent for Ankush Singh. The mustard field of Nagla Karan Singh was his cricket ground and he was the star batsman of this village near Bharatpur in Rajasthan.
At the age of 10, he lost his best arm while working with a boring machine. His parents, who till then had been opposed to his dreams as well as scorched his bat, softened towards his passion and bought him a bat and a ball.Playing for India on the planet Cup
With the Bharatpur Stadium being remodelled, routine practice for this left-arm medium pacer all-rounder is getting hindered
Handicapped for life, Ankush began training under his senior bro Ramu Singh. He learnt to bat and bowl with his left arm. At the same time, his parents were happy to see Ankush rating first division marks in his school evaluations. Quickly, he was identified by local authorities who sent him to Mumbai for complimentary of cost regular training. Ankush, now a last year BA student, used up cricket as a full-time vocation. He became a member of the team of physically challenged cricketers.He has represented India against Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in a tri-series and Nepal and Pakistan in Asia Cup. On November 14, 2017, he was vice-captain of a group that played versus cine celebrities in Mumbai. The roadway ahead is tough. His parents desire him to discover a task, but Ankush says within the quota reserved for sportspersons, there is no classification for physically challenged people.”I am going for the world cup now,”states Ankush.