- Joe Root, England
Born in 1990, Joe Root is an English right-handed batsman & Captain of the English Cricket Team, who is currently the ranked 2nd in Test Cricket. He made his debut for England in the 2012 Test series in India and ODI as well as T20 on the same tour. Among numerous awards, in 2014 Joe Root was the Wisden Cricketer of the year.
- Rohit Sharma, India
Born in 1987, Rohit Sharma is another successful right-handed batsman of Indian Cricket Team, vice – Captain of International cricket team – Mumbai Indian and the inspiration of many people worldwide. Rohit has so many rewards, including highest individual scores in ODI (264), score 2 double centuries in ODI and so much more. The man made his ODI debut in 2007 and made his test debut in the 2013.
- Faf du Plessis, South Africa
Born in 1984, Faf du Plessis (Francois du Plessis) is a South African right-handed batsman who is in the list of ICC top ODI ranking. Currently he is the captain of South Africa – Rising Pune Supergiants. In all formats of cricket. He made his ODI debut in 2011 and test as well as T20 debut in 2012. Among numerous achievements, he is the second highest individual score by a South African.
- Hashim Amla, South Africa
Born in 1983, Hashim Amla is one of the oldest player and right-handed batsman of International cricket. He is also the former captain of South Africa team – Kings XI Punjab (KXIP). He had test debut in 2004 and ODI debut in 2008. Amla has the numerous unbeatable records, including the 1st South African to score triple century in Test Matches, and to score 25 centuries in ODI.
- Kane Williamson, New Zealand
Born in 1990, Kane Stuart Williamson is the most innovative player and right-handed batsman in the modern cricket and is currently the captain of the New Zealand Cricket team – Sunrisers Hyderabad. He made his ODI and Test debuts in 2010. He ranked third in the ICC Test Ranking