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Yuzvendra Chahal (Cricketer) Born, Height, Weight, Wife, Career, Family & More

Yuzvendra Chahal

Yuzvendra Chahal (Cricketer) Born, Height, Weight, Wife, Career, Family & MoreYuzvendra Chahal (born 23 July 1990) is an Indian international cricketer. He competes in  white ball cricket as a leg spin bowler for the Indian cricket team. In domestic cricket, he represents  Haryana, and in the Indian Premier League, Rajasthan Royals. His bowling style is right-arm leg break. Chahal was the second player in  a 6 wicket haul in T20I history. haul and the first Indian. He was the first concussion replacement to be honoured as man of the match in a cricket match on a global scale. He had competed internationally for India as a chess player.

Early & Personal life

Yuzvendra Chahal (Cricketer) Born, Height, Weight, Wife, Career, Family & MoreYuzvendra Singh Chahal is his full name, and he was born on July 23, 1990, in Jind, Haryana. In Jind, his father K K Chahal practises law. He had a strong interest in chess and used that game to compete at numerous youth levels. On 8 August 2020, Yuzvendra Chahal proposed to Dhanashree Verma, a YouTuber, dance choreographer, and dentist. On December 22, 2020, they were married in a private ceremony in Gurgaon.

In 2022, he admitted that when playing for the Mumbai Indians, a teammate who was intoxicated hanged him from a balcony on the 15th floor. Although he did not identify the player, this admission prompted demands for severe punishment. Additionally, James Franklin and Andrew Symonds had already restrained him and kept him in a chamber.

NameYuzvendra Chahal
Born23 July 1990 JindHaryana, India
Spouse Dhanashree Verma (m. 2020)
Parent’s K.K.Chahal, Sunita Devi
Siblings2 Sister (Both elders)
OccupationCricket Player
Height in feet & inches- 5’6”
Weight62kg approx.
Active Year’s2012–present

Domestic career

Yuzvendra Chahal (Cricketer) Born, Height, Weight, Wife, Career, Family & MoreMumbai Indians  first acquired Chahal in 2011. He played in every game of the  2011 Champions League Twenty20 but only one IPL game throughout three seasons, a match against Kolkata Knight Riders on April 24. In the Final against  Royal Challengers Bangalore, he took 2 for 9 in 3 overs, assisting Mumbai to hold onto their score of 139 and win the match. Chahal was purchased by the Royal Challengers for his basic price of 10 lakh during the 2014 IPL player auction. He won the 2014 IPL Man of the Match award against the Delhi Daredevils.

Yuzvendra was repurchased by the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the  2018 IPL auction in January 2018. He was purchased by the Rajasthan Royals in February 2022 at the mega auction for the 2022 Indian Premier League competition. Chahal recorded a hat-trick and a five-wicket haul against the Kolkata Knight Riders, in an IPL match on April 18, 2022. Yuzvendra Chahal, the top spinner for Team India, made history by becoming the first Indian to record 300 T20 wickets. Chahal accomplished the feat at the 2023 Indian Premier League opener between the Rajasthan Royals and Sunrisers Hyderabad. With 171 wickets in 133 IPL games, Chahal holds the record, trailing only Malinga and Bravo.

International career

He was selected for the 14-person team that will travel  Zimbabwe in 2016. On June 11, 2016, at the Harare Sports Club, he played in his first One Day International (ODI). Richmond Mutumbami was his first ODI wicket. On June 18, 2016, in Harare, against Zimbabwe, he made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut. Malcolm Waller was his first T20I wicket. He finished with statistics of 6/25 against England on February 1st, 2017, becoming the first bowler for India to achieve a five-wicket haul in T20Is. On February 1, 2017, during the third Twenty20 match against England, Chahal became the first Indian bowler to record a five-wicket haul in a Twenty20 match.

Chahal took 6/42 against Australia. on January 18, 2019, to record his second 5-wicket performance in an ODI. Following Ajit Agarkar in 2003/04, these were the equal greatest bowling figures by an Indian against an Australian team. In this match, Australia scored 230 runs in 48.5 overs, but India easily chased it down and won it from 7 wickets thanks to outstanding innings from M.S. Dhoni and  Kedar Jadhav.

He was included in India’s team for the  2019 Cricket World Cup, in April 2019. Yuzendra finished the world cup with 12 wickets. He became the third bowler for India to reach 50 wickets in T20Is in November 2019, during the third T20I  against Bangladesh. Chahal replaced Ravindra Jadeja in the opening T20I match against Australia on December 4, 2020, due to Jadeja’s concussion. He was not included in the Indian 2021 T20 WC team, which raised various concerns and responses. Chahal recorded his 100th ODI wicket in the opening game  against the West Indies in February 2022.

External links

Yuzvendra Chahal at Instagram 

Yuzendra Chahal at Twitter



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