Smriti Mandhana Full Biography

Smriti Shriniwas Mandhana is an expert Indian cricketer who plays for the Indian women’s national team; she was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, on July 18, 1996. She is a left-handed opening batsman who can also ball part-time right-arm medium-fast bowler. In June 2018, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) appointed her the Best Women’s International Cricketer this year. She also admitted the honorable ‘Arjuna Award earlier this year.

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Smriti Mandhana Basic Information 

Full nameSmriti Shriniwas Mandhana
NicknameSmriti
Father’s nameShrinivas Mandhana
Mother’s nameSamia Mandhana
SiblingsSister: NA
Brother: Shravan Mandhana (elder)
Date of birthJuly 18, 1996
Age22 Years
Zodiac signCancer
School Not Known
CollegeNot Known
EducationNot Known
Marital statusUnmarried
HometownSangli, Maharashtra, India
BirthplaceMumbai, Maharashtra, India
ReligionHinduism

Smriti Mandhana Physical Appearance

Heightin centimeters -163 cm in meters- 1.63 m
in Feet Inches- 5′ 4.”
Weightin Kilograms- 55 kg
in Pounds- 121 lbs
Chest measurement33 Inches
Waist measurement27 inches
Bicep measurement33 Inches
Hair colorBlack
Eye colorBlack

Career Of Smriti Mandhana

ProfessionIndian Women Cricketer (Batsman)
Paying best Opening batter
Batting styleLeft-hand bat
Bowling styleRight-arm medium-fast
Net worth₹27,000,000.
List A debutTest– August 13, 2014, vs England Women in Wormsley
ODI– April 10, 2013, vs Bangladesh Women in Ahmedabad
T20– April 5, 2013, vs Bangladesh Women in Vadodra
Domestic team
YearsTeam
2010/11–presentMaharashtra Women
2016/17Brisbane Heat
2018/19Hobart Hurricanes
2018–2019Western Storm
2018–presentTrailblazers
2021Southern Brave
2021/22–presentSydney Thunder
RelationsNA
Musician PersonNA
T20I debutApril 5, 2013, vs Bangladesh Women in Vadodra

Lesser-Known Facts about Smriti Mandhana

  • She belongs to a sports family of cricketers, and his father and brother performed district-level cricket for Sangli. After watching her brother’s performance at the Maharashtra state Under-16 tournaments, she decided to be a cricketer.
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  • At the age of 9, she was selected to play for Maharashtra’s Under-15 team at the district level.
  • When she was 11 years old, the Under-19 Cricket team picked her up in 2007 to play for them.
  • In September 2016, she became one of the primary 2-Indians to be signed to play in the Women’s Big Bash League after Brisbane Heat signed her up for the then editor of the match. Harmanpreet Kaur is the each other.
  • On September 25, 2018, the Government of India awarded Smriti Mandhana the Arjuna Award.

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