India’s quest for an ICC championship continues after yet another World Cup exit. Since winning the Champions Trophy in 2013, India has gone nine years without taking home an ICC trophy. Since then, Rahul Dravid has been elevated to coach, Rohit Sharma has replaced MS Dhoni as captain, and MS Dhoni has retired. After making his debut, Jasprit Bumrah quickly became the finest fast bowler in all of cricket. However, India’s quest for a World Cup triumph remains despite the passing of time.

They have often gotten close to success just to come up short. India qualified for the semifinals of the 50-over World Cup in 2015 and 2019, along with coming second and securing another semifinal finish in the World T20 in 2014 and 2016, respectively. For some of India’s well-known and notable players, like Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan, the next 50-over World Cup in their country could be their last chance to add a World Cup triumph to their storied and magnificent portfolios.

India is ushering in a new era, and the future seems bright, especially in T20 cricket, where a younger generation of players led by Hardik Pandya is seizing the initiative. With players like Shubman Gill, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Umran Malik, Arshdeep Singh, and others, the Indian team is coming together beautifully. But Bumrah, KL Rahul, and captain Pandya will also provide their knowledge to the Men in Blue, giving the team a great blend of young and experienced players. The one and only Suryakumar Yadav, whose blistering batting has lighted up the T20 arena, is the player Brett Lee, a former Australian bowler, thinks would end India’s tournament drought, win them the World Cup shortly, and end their ICC tournament drought.” India did not win the T20 World Cup by way of a sky rose. I’m speaking about Suryakumar Yadav, of course. He has just emerged as the global T20 champ. How exciting his first year or two on the big stage has been. He has shown the areas on Australian grassy grounds where the ball glides through. His shot choice and lack of anxiety are comparable to those of a grandmaster in the game of chess. His performance is incredible, particularly the priceless smile on his face while doing it.” Lee said on his YouTube channel.

“SKY was for me one of the T20 World Cup’s highlights. He approaches batting with the same attitude. He would ultimately assist Team India in winning a World Cup in addition to scoring huge runs. I like seeing him play. I wouldn’t provide any advice to SKY. Keep going with what you’re doing; don’t change it; keep things simple, and support yourself.”