Indian Cricketers Who Didn’t Finish Their Studies

Virat Kohli has studied at Vishal Bharti Public School and Savior Convent School, Delhi. Since childhood, Kohli wanted to become a great cricketer. This was the reason that he was able to study only till the 12th standard

The ‘Master Blaster’ also known as 'The God of Cricket', Sachin Tendulkar who claimed almost every record that is there to be taken in international cricket started playing for the country at the age of 16 but did you know that he couldn't complete his schooling.

Shikhar Dhawan also knowns as Gabbar, who hails from Delhi, also studied till 12th and he never went to college. 

One of the strongest and best all-rounders Hardik Pandya couldn't even complete his schooling and make it through Class 9 examinations only as he quit studying after his school started demanding fees which according to Hardik, they had agreed to waive off earlier.

Jadeja is a current Indian all-rounder who is known for his left-arm spin bowling and hard-hitting batting. He started playing cricket at a young age and did not attend college after finishing his school education.

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