Vikramjit Singh was born January 2003 in Punjab

He is a Dutch cricketer

His grandfather Khushi Cheema fled to the Netherlands following the 1984 anti-Sikh riots

He made his debut for the Netherlands national cricket team in 2019 as a left-handed opening batsman

The family moved back and forth between the Netherlands and India over the following decades, before settling permanently in the Netherlands when Singh was 7 years old

Singh was spotted at the age of eleven by Netherlands captain Peter Borren, who convinced him to play club cricket for VRA Amsterdam

He received private coaching from Borren and Amit Uniyal, attending Uniyal's academy in Chandigarh for 7 years

Singh represented the Netherlands national under-19 cricket team at the 2019 Under-19 World Cup Europe Qualifier

He made his List A debut on 11 May 2021, for the Netherlands A team against the Ireland Wolves, during their tour of Ireland

In July 2023, Singh beat his previous ODI personal best of 88 runs by scoring 110 against Oman to help the team win by 74 runs for the 2023 Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Harare, Zimbabwe