Smriti Mandhana is an Indian cricketer. Being Left Handed Batsman & Right-arm off break Bowler, in the India national Women-cricket team.
|Born||18 July 1996, Mumbai|
|Height||5 ft 4 inch (163 cm)|
Smriti Mandhana was born on 18 July 1996, Mumbai Maharashtra, India. His age is around 26 years (2023).
When she was two, the family moved to Madhavnagar, Sangli in Maharashtra, where she completed her schooling. Both her father and brother, Shravan, played cricket at the district-level, for Sangli. She was inspired to take up cricket after watching her brother play at the Maharashtra state Under-16s tournaments.
At the age of nine, she was selected in the Maharashtra’s Under-15 team. At eleven, she was picked for the Maharashtra Under-19s team.
The bespectacled teenager gave up science in school, and a probable career in hospitality, and has no regrets whatsoever. After all, she is only the second Indian cricketer to feature in a foreign T20 league, has a World Cup century against her name, another one in Australia, a double ton in domestic one-day competition. All at the age of 20!
As a nine-year-old, Mandhana signed up for cricket trials for fun. She’d accompanied her older brother for enough of those sessions to pick up left-handed batting even though she is otherwise right-handed.
At just 11, she was fast-tracked to the Maharashtra Under-19 side and four years later, to the senior team. The youngster announced herself at the domestic stage with a stunning 155 on debut against Saurashtra.
Her first breakthrough came in October 2013, when she became the first Indian woman to achieve a double-hundred in a one-day game. Playing for Maharashtra against Gujarat, she scored an unbeaten 224 off 150 balls in the West Zone Under-19 Tournament, at the Alembic Cricket Ground in Vadodara.
In the 2016 Women’s Challenger Trophy, Mandhana scored three half-centuries for India Red in as many games, and helped her team win the trophy by making an unbeaten 62 off 82 balls in the final against India Blue. With 192 runs, she emerged as the tournament’s top-scorer.
|Test Debut||13 August 2014 v England (Cap 76) to 2021|
|ODI Debut||10 April 2013 v Bangladesh (Cao 106)|
|T20I Debut||5 April 2013 v Bangladesh (Cap 40)|
Mandhana made her Test debut in August 2014 against England at Wormsley Park. She helped her team to win the match by scoring 22 and 51 in her first and second innings, respectively; in the latter innings, she shared in an opening-wicket partnership of 76 runs with Thirush Kamini, chasing 182.
In the second ODI game of India’s tour of Australia in 2016 at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart, Mandhana scored her maiden international hundred (102 off 109 balls), in a losing cause. Mandhana was the only Indian player to be named in the ICC Women’s Team of the Year 2016.
Mandhana came into the team for the 2017 World Cup after recovering from an injury she sustained, an anterior cruciate Ligament rupture, during her time at the WBBL in January that year. In her five-month recovery period, she missed the World Cup Qualifier and the Quadrangular Series in South Africa.
She began the World Cup with a 90 against England in Derby, in the first of the group matches. She helped her team win by 35 runs, and was named the player of the match. followed by her second hundred in a One Day International against West Indies,(106*)
Mandhana was part of the Indian team to reach the final of the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup where the team lost to England by nine runs.
Smriti Mandhana scored the fastest fifty for India in Women’s T20I of just 24 balls against New Zealand in February 2019. In March 2018, she also scored the fifty for India in a Women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I) fixture, taking 30 balls to reach a half-century against Australia in the 2017-2018 India’s women’s tri-nation Series.
The following month, she was named the player of the series, for the three WODI matches played England. On 3 August 2018, she scored the first century in the 2018 Women’s Cricket super League.
In October 2018, she was named in India’s squad for the Women’s World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies. Ahead of the tournament, she was named as the star of the team.
During the tournament, she became the third cricketer for India to score 1,000 runs in WT20I matches. She ended that year as the leading run-scorer in WODIs with 669 at an average of 66.90. She was adjudged the ICC Cricket of the year and the ICC Women’s ODI Player of the Year.
In February 2019, she was named as the captain of India’s Women T20I squad for the three match against England. She became the youngest T20I captain for India when she led the women’s team against England in the first T20I in Guwahati.
At 22 years and 229 days, the India women’s cricket team opener is taking over from Harmanpreet Kaur, who has been ruled out of the three-match series with an ankle injury.
In May 2019, she has won the International Woman Cricketer of the Year awards at CEAT International Cricket Awards 2019. In November 2019, during the series against West Indies, she became the third-fastest cricketer, in terms of innings, to score 2,000 runs in WODIs, doing so in her 51st innings.
In January 2020, she was named in India’s squad for the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia.
In May 2021, she was named in India’s Test squad for their one-off match against England. In August 2021, she was also named in India’s Test squad for their one-off match against Australia. In the first innings of the match, she scored her first Century in Test cricket.
She became the first Indian female cricketer to score a century in both ODIs and Tests in Australia. In January 2022, she was named in India’s team for the 2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand. In July 2022, she was named as the vice-captain of India’s team for the cricket tournament at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
In June 2018, Mandhana signed for Kia Super League defending champions Western Storm, becoming the first Indian to play in the league. In November 2018, she was named in the Hobart Hurricanes’ squad for the 2018-2019 Women’s Big Bash League.
In 2021, she was drafted by Southern Brave for the inaugural season of The Hundred. She played for them in 7 games and scored 167 runs before leaving them for India Tour Of Australia.
In September 2021, she was named in the Sydney Thunder’s squad for the 2021-2022 Women’s Big Bash League. She scored a hundred in the season, equalling the record for the tournament’s highest ever score.
In February 2022, she was retained by Southern Brave for the 2022 edition of the Cricket.
Smriti Mandhana Net Worth
According to various online resources the net worth of Shardul Thakur is estimated around $3 million dollars which is 25 crores in Indian Currency.
Apart from BCCI match fees, Smriti Mandhana is also playing for various Domestic and International Leagues.
Social Media and Advertisements
Smriti Mandhana has also a best amount of social media following by which he makes decent amount of money. He had also done many TV commercials for Brands till now.
|Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Net Worth In Indian Rupees||25 Crore INR|
|Monthly Income And Salary||1 crore+|
|Yearly Income||12 Crore +|
|Income Source||Cricket, Advertisement|
Social Media of Smriti Mandhana
Smriti Mandhana has also a huge amount of Fan following over his social media platforms. He has total 8 million followers combining his Instagram, Twitter .
Smriti Mandhana posts entertaining content on his Instagram with members of Team India at a period of time. His reels also got viral many times till now.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
1.What is the net worth of Smriti Mandhana in Indian rupees?
Ans. The net worth of Smriti Mandhana in 40 crores in Indian rupees.
2. How old is Smriti Mandhana?
Ans.Smriti Mandhana is 26 years old.
3. Nick name of Smriti Mandhana?
Ans. No any Nick name of Smriti Mandhana.
4. Which state in Smriti Mandhana Belongs ?
Ans. Smriti Mandhana Belongs to Maharashtra.
6.For which team Smriti Mandhana Played IPL in 2023 ?
Ans. Smriti Mandhana Played is Not IPL but she’s play various Leagues Domestic & International.
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