Five Cricketers

Whose Life Story Can Make For A

Blockbuster Movie

If there is one cricketer whose life story deserves to be shown on the silver screen, surely Glenn McGrath got to be that person. From that position of surviving by eating to then becoming an all-time legend, McGrath’s story is of a person who defied every obstacle laid in front of him.

Glenn McGrath

Yuvraj Singh is the other cricketer that defied every odd stacked against him throughout his career. There is a reason why Yuvraj Singh went on to become one of the greatest middle-order batsmen of all time 

Yuvraj Singh

 Shane Warne’s life is tailor-made for the silver screen. And, apparently, he wants Leonardo de Caprio to play his character. in 1993, getting involved in sex and drug scandals having an infamous fall-out with Steve Waugh becoming the first bowler to claim 700 Test wickets, and then leading a rookie Rajasthan Royals unit to IPL glory in 2008.

Shane Warne

Team India’s star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja is one of the most valuable players in the Indian squad. At the age of 16, Jadeja started taking formal cricket training, but soon after his mother’s demise in an accident, he almost decided to leave cricket. He beats all the odds to fulfill his dream of cricket.

Ravindra Jadeja

Australia’s prominent opening batter David Warner has made a name for himself all around the world. The left-handed batter comes from a humble background that resulted in Warner working at a supermarket/grocery chain store at a very young age. The left-handed batter played cricket and at the same time used to work at the commercial chains to manage his expenses.

David Warner