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Whiteleaf Talent Management adds Aarya Desai to its talent roster

WLT boasts a strong athlete roster that includes Washington Sundar, Sai Sudharsan, Titas Sadhu and now Aarya Desai.

The left-handed Gujarat-based batter, Aarya Desai has become the newest addition to the extraordinary talent portfolio of Whiteleaf Talent Management (WLT).

The southpaw from Gujarat made his Ranji debut, earlier this year. It was the opening innings of the second match of the campaign, in which he hammered 88 runs against the Ranji heavyweights, Vidarbha. He appeared in three games and scored 151 runs, which includes his first-class half-century.

Aarya was later called in as a replacement by the two-time Indian Premier League (IPL) winner, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). Though he is yet to play in the elite competition, the year 2023 has certainly shaped up to be a fantastic one for the 20-year-old. With his grace and style, the batter appears promising and has a great future ahead of him. And youth like Aarya require the constant support that the expertise of WLT aims to bring.

Mohamed Asif, Nareshwaran Sivanesan, and Fahd Khaleel, Whiteleaf Talent Management’s Founders, said, “It’s great to join hands with an emerging talent, Aarya Desai. We do not doubt that he will have a significant impact in the Cricket World because his passion, dedication, and natural talent are evident in every performance. Our goal at Whiteleaf Talent Management is to give him the support and direction he needs to succeed and realize his full potential.”

WLT collaborates extensively with the individuals they represent to keep them prominent, either on social media or in the brand market. The company has been an essential element in every stage of an individual’s path toward achievement, nurturing emerging talent and providing them with an optimal selection of brands that connect with them.

WLT boasts a strong athlete roster that includes Washington Sundar, Sai Sudharsan, Murugan Ashwin, Titas Sadhu and now Aarya Desai.

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