Netravalkar appeared in just one first-class match in his native India but he also represented India Under 19's with the great achievement of being India's highest wicket taker in their 2010 Under 19 World Cup campaign.

Saurabh Netravalkar zippy left arm quick bowler with an efficient action capable of swinging the ball in both directions. His biggest weapons are his consistency of line and length, and ability to hit the string due to his lovely ball release.

Saurabh nips the new ball off the deck just enough to cause most batsman trouble and is comfortable with both the new ball in hand as well as the latter stages of limited-overs cricket.

He was born in Mumbai in 1991 and came through the youth structures there before being selected in the Mumbai Ranji squad as a 17 year old before graduating to representing India Under 19’s with great aplomb. 


Playing Number

Team Role

Left-Arm Fast Bowler.


San Francisco Bay



Country of Birth


Career Highlights

Highest wicket taker for India at the U19 World Cup in New Zealand in 2010. Man of the series in tri-nations U19 tournament in South Africa. 5 wicket haul against Sri Lanka in the same tournament. Named best junior cricketer in India in 2009/10.

Favorite Cricketers

Glenn McGrath, Zaheer Khan, Wasim Akram, Rahul Dravid.

In 2010, Netravalkar represented India Under 19's at the ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup in New Zealad.

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