2020 has been a difficult year, especially for sports. For the cricketing fans, the coronavirus has forced many ICC tournaments as well as domestic leagues to close down. We didn’t even get to see the latest edition of the PSL reach its final conclusion.
However, with all cricket competition put on halt, the cricketers got a chance to get a much-needed break and spend time with their families. Some cricketers have decided to join the TikTok bandwagon.
While popular app rarely features any good content, we’re here to tell you about some interesting cricketers you can follow on TikTok. These players know how to have fun and keep their fans entertained. Let’s take a look.
TikTok is often associated with ‘Pindi Boys’ who post a lot weird and cringe-worthy content, but if you’re going to follow one of them, why not follow the ‘Original Pindi Boy’ – aka ‘The Rawalpindi Express’ Shoaib Akhtar.
The legendary fast bowler is one of the most followed Pakistani cricketers on the video-sharing platform (even more than our always-entertaining Umar Akmal).
The speedster recently joined TikTok during the self-quarantine and posted one of his deadliest yorkers’ clip as his official debut video. Apart from that, Shoaib also shares Coronavirus awareness videos and how to make the most of your time at home.
He currently has over 298,000 followers.
The swashbuckling Aussie is entertaining both on and off the pitch. He has amassed a huge fan following around the world for his aggressive batting. And off the field, fans love Warner for his caring and fun-loving personality. The Aussie has around 4.6 million fans and often shares video of his training and having fun family time with the wife and kids.
That’s not all, David Warner is not afraid to let out his acting bug as he occasionally enacts hilarious dialogues from different movies, including one with Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty!
Australian cricketer David Warner is famous for entertaining his fans around the world. He is known for his aggressive and quick scoring batting. But off the field, Warner is a caring and fun-loving guy who is also very active on social media.
While he is acting mostly on Twitter, TikTok has now led the Australian cricketer trying his hand on a different social media application.
West Indians are a fun-loving and entertaining much of cricketers so you shouldn’t be surprise to see more than one of them on this list. We’ll start off with their “Champion” Dwayne Bravo.
The cricketer is beloved all around the globe as post various entertaining videos of him with his family and friends as well as dancing with fans even. The renowned cricketer has over two million followers on TikTok.
Considered to be one of the greatest ever cricketers to have played for England, Kevin Pietersen is also new to TikTok. He recently joined the popular social media app on the New Year’s Eve (Yikes!).
Probably hoping to travel around the globe and share some exciting cricket videos, but as we all know, 2020 had other ideas. Nevertheless, the former cricketer shares his personal life on TikTok and has over 985,300 followers.
We all know this was coming. A popular video-sharing platform where people can dance and make fun videos together without the Universe Boss? Not possible.
The big West Indian star has over 1.5 million followers on TikTok and his videos have got a combined eight million likes! Gayle continues to share fun videos of himself enjoying life at home and often interacts with his fans.
The only Kiwi cricketer on the list, Locke Ferguson recently joined TikTok. The talented cricketer occasionally posts videos on the popular app but they are entertaining.
Currently, has somewhere under 2000 followers, but you can definitely expect to an increase in fan following once Ferguson starts posting new videos.
Another Aussie opening batsman on the list, Aaron Finch has gained a significant fan following on TikTok.
Apart from Warner, he is the other most active user of the popular video-sharing platform. With nearly 318,000 followers, Finch shares a lot of fun videos on a regular basis.
Who did we miss out on the list and who are more excited to follow on TikTok? Share your thoughts in the comments below.