2. Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh is one of the important parts of Indian cricket history. He as part of the Indian team that won ICC World Cup T20 2007 and ICC ODI World Cup 2011. He took 417 wickets in Tests, 269 wickets in ODIs and 25 wickets in T20Is. The out-of-favour Indian off-spinner is currently out of the Indian cricket team set up due to tough competition.
He was last seen donning the Indian jersey in a T20I match against Afghanistan in 2016. Since then, the selectors overlooked him in both home and overseas assignments. With the emergence of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav, the Turbanator lost his place in the playing XI. Both the wrist-spinners have done enough justice to cement their place in the Indian team.
The veteran spinner hasn’t played any competitive cricket for quite a long time now. He backed out of the IPL citing personal reasons. He is unlikely to receive another call-up to the team and may retire from all forms of cricket this year.