KL Rahul is seen as the next big thing in Indian cricket. He looks primed for immense success at the highest stage of the game. The stylish right-hander is ready to bat any spot according to the team’s needs and contributes well despite coming in at different positions apart from emerging as the first-choice wicket-keeper for Team India in limited-overs with his smart glovework behind the stumps. Hailing from a background of high academic standards, KL Rahul was born and brought up in the prestigious National Institute of Technology, Karnataka, where his father is a professor in the Department of Civil Engineering.
As KL Rahul grew up in the campus of NITK, he completed his high school from NITK English Medium School and pre-university at St. Aloysius College. He started cricket training at the age of 10, and, two years later, started playing matches for both Bangalore United Cricket Club and his club in Mangalore. At age 18 he moved to Bangalore to study at Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College and completed Bachelors of Commerce. Whilst studying for graduation, he continued to pursue his cricket career. He represented India at the 2010 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup while pursuing graduation. Well, he is certainly making the country proud with his fantastic display of cricket.
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