Akshay Karnewar is an Indian Cricketer who was born in 1992. He is a young player at the age of 23. He started his domestic career for India in the Vijay Hazare Trophy in 2015. In the Syed Mustaq Ali T20 tournament, he played his first T20 match.
The bowler has a great abiity to bowl the spin ball very well for India. The most amazing ability he has is to bowl the ball with right hand an the left hand. He can bowl the spin ball with the right hand, and the spin ball as well with the left hand. His both arms are capable of swinging the ball. Basically he is a left handed bowler, but he also has the ability to bat with the right hand. He is a right handed batsman and a left arm spinner for India. He also bowls with his right hand, and is the most unique player in the world.
He is acknowledged and encouraged also to bowl with his right arm.The effectiveness in his both arms is good. Wagholi India is his birth place but he is likely to play for the national team of India also if he delives some good magic with his double arm spin bowling. The left arm slow orthodox bowling involve using his fingures to move the ball. He has a talent that he can spin the ball to the right hand and left hand batsmen of all countries. The ball moves towards the stomps, which makes him dangerous.
In a recent match against Baroda, he displayed his ability very effectively. He bowled with the left arm in the first ten overs, then after ten overs, he displayed great skills with right hand spin bowling to make the target difficult for Baroda.Baroda needed over 60 runs in the last few overs, when Akshay came in with his right handed magic. His effort was much appreciated by crowd and team mates. He definitely slowed the run rate and restricted the boundaries for Baroda team.
In the List A matches, he has played 7 matches against 88 runs. His record of batting is not so bad. He has made 56 runs in the 9 T20 matches so far. Now if we take a look at his bowling performance, he has taken 16 wickets in 7 matches played for List A. he also has played 9 T20 matches for which he took 7 wickets. He played his last T20 match against Kerala in Mumbai on 18 January 2016.
An exciting thing about the right hand of Akshay is that he is not able to write with his right hand. He uses his left hand for writing. But as long as his cricket bowling is concerned, he can do an equally lovely job with both arms and hands. The only bowler in the world who displayed lovely performances with left arn orthodox slow balls and right arm off spin bowling.