Last year, Renuka Singh took 18 wickets in ODI matches at an average of 14.88 and an economy rate of 4.62. In 2022, she took 22 wickets in T20 matches at an average of 23.95 and an economy rate of 6.50.
On Wednesday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that India’s star fast bowler Renuka Singh won the ICC Emerging Women’s Cricketer of the Year award in 2022 for her outstanding seam and swing bowling performances.
Renuka Singh took 18 wickets in one-day internationals for 14.88. Or economy 4.62, and 22 wickets in T20Is for 23.95, or economy 6.50.
Renuka prevailed over Darcie Brown of Australia, Alice Capsey of England, and Yastika Bhatia. A fellow Indian, to win the ICC Emerging Women’s Cricketer of the Year 2022 award.
During a busy year for the India team, the 26-year-old has made a lot of noise due to her meteoric rise.
The right arm, stepping into the shoes of the legendary Jhulan Goswami. Claimed 40 wickets for her nation in just 29 matches across the two white-ball formats in 2022.
Renuka took 18 wickets in just 14.88 games in the ODI match. Eight of them came in two matches against England and seven in India’s series against Sri Lanka.
Renuka took eight wickets in the seven T20I matches she played this year. Her performances at the Commonwealth Games and Asia Cup showed that she is not afraid to play in tournaments. She took 17 wickets in 11 games, resulting in a mere 5.21 economy.
Renuka’s ability to swing the ball or spot deviation off the surface will likely make her one of India’s most reliable bowlers in the future.
Renuka took four wickets in a stunning performance against Australia, causing a stir on the Commonwealth Games field.
The swing bowler bowled an outside edge to Deepti Sharma at slip, killing Alyssa Healy. The captain of Australia was then caught at point by a false cut from Meg Lanning.
After chomping on Beth Mooney, a nip-backer attacked her, and an in-swinging hoop shot killed Tahlia McGrath.
Renuka scored 4/18 with 16 dots. But the eventual Commonwealth Games champions went on to beat India’s 154 after Australia fell to 34/4.
In a stunning performance against Australia, Renuka made waves on the Commonwealth Games field. Early in the return of cricket by taking four wickets in tandem with the best top order.
After claiming Alyssa Healy with an outside edge to Deepti Sharma at slip. The swing bowler caught the Australia captain at the point with a false cut shot from Meg Lanning.
Before Tahlia McGrath was beaten with an in-swinging hoop, a nip-backer claimed Beth Mooney, who then chopped on.
Renuka scored 4/18 with 16 dots, but the eventual champions went on to beat India’s 154 after Australia fell to 34/4.