Mark Ramprakash

Former England Cricket Player/Coach

About Mark Ramprakash

Mark Ramprakash is a former English cricketer known for his technical proficiency and remarkable resilience. Born in 1969, Ramprakash had a long and distinguished career, playing for Middlesex and Surrey, as well as representing England in Test and One Day International cricket. Despite facing numerous challenges at the international level, Ramprakash’s perseverance and dedication to the sport saw him achieve great success in county cricket, where he scored over 35,000 first-class runs, including 114 centuries.

Ramprakash’s playing style was characterized by his elegant batting and impeccable technique, making him a standout performer in domestic cricket. After retiring from professional cricket, he transitioned into coaching, becoming a highly respected batting coach for both county teams and the England national team.

In public speaking, Mark Ramprakash specializes in topics related to skill development, persistence, and overcoming setbacks. He shares insights from his cricketing career, emphasizing the importance of continuous improvement, mental toughness, and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances. Ramprakash’s talks often highlight his personal journey, including the challenges he faced and the lessons he learned along the way. His calm demeanor and articulate delivery make his presentations both inspirational and thought-provoking, resonating with audiences from various backgrounds.

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