Former 2011 World Cup winners to play in US Masters T10 League


Many former 2011 ODI World Cup winners of the Indian squad are all set to play in US Masters T10 League.

Recently, a player draft was also held to pick players for all six teams of this tournament.

Moreover, the six teams that are participating in this tournament are Atlanta Fire, California Knights, Morrisville Unity, New Jersey Legends, New York Warriors, and Texas Chargers.

All of these six teams have chosen the best international talent from all over the globe.

Meanwhile, New Jersey Legends have grabbed the maximum headlines as they roped in Gautam Gambhir, Yuvraj Singh, and Yusuf Pathan.

The league is going to begin next month on the 18th with the final on the 27th.

Additionally, New Jersey Legends have also gained the services of Liam Plunkett, Albie Morkel, Naman Ojha, Jesse Ryder, Chris Barnwell, Stuart Binny, RP Singh, Bipul Sharma, Craig McMillan, Tim Ambrose, Rajesh Bishnoi, Abhimanyu Mithun, and Monty Panesar.

Therefore, this season is going to be a firecracker as fans will witness their favorite stars clash with one another.

Atlanta Fire also picks former India players in US Masters T10 League

On the other hand, Atlanta Fire was not quite behind New Jersey Legends as they also picked some top-notch talent.

Their roster includes names like Robin Uthappa and David Hussey who will take charge of the side.

Meanwhile, California Knights have roped in Suresh Raina, Irfan Pathan, and Mohammad Kaif to play in their team.

Also, Chris Gayle and Harbhajan Singh will be playing for Morrisville Unity in the tournament.

Now, with the player draft stage of the tournament finished, it will be quite a treat to watch.

Shaji-Ul-Mulk, Chairman of T Ten Sports Management is also very excited for this new tournament.

It’s fantastic to see that all six teams have constructed well-balanced sides for the first season of the US Masters T10 League. With several former international stars in all lineups, the competition will certainly be a treat to watch for all cricket fans around the world.

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