Hardik Pandya : Biography

Introduction

Today I am writing the biography of Hardik Pandya.

Today I would like to tell you about Hardik Pandya‘s family, education, the beginning of cricket, debut matches, awards, etc. is writing.

Full NameHardik Himanshu Pandya
Nick NameKung Fu Pandya
Birth11 October 1993 Choryasi, Surat, Gujarat, India
Age28 Years
Height1.83 m.
ProfessionInternational Indian cricketer
Jersey Number33
NationalityIndian
Wife NameNatasa Stankovic
Son NameAgastya Pandya
Style Right-handed (batting) Right-arm (bowling)

Family

RelationshipName
FatherHimanshu Pandya
MotherNalini Pandya
BrotherKrunal Pandya
WifeNatasa Pandya
SonAgastya Pandya

Education

Hardik Pandya did his schooling at MK High School, Baroda.

His education qualification is 9th standard.

Biography of Hardik Pandya

Beginning of Cricket

Hardik’s father enrolled his two children (Hardik and Krunal) in Kiran More’s cricket academy in Vadodara.

Hardik studied at the M.K. High School until 9th grade before dropping out to focus on cricket.

Idol

Hardik Pandya told that my cricketing idol is Irfan Pathan. He bowls, bats and does everything. He’s a good all-rounder, just like me. I have been following him since my childhood. Like him, I am an all-rounder and I have learned a lot from him while playing for Baroda.

Debut Matches

IPLT20ODITest
MatchMumbai Indians vs Royal Challengers BangaloreIndia vs AustraliaIndia vs New ZealandIndia vs Shri Lanka
DateApril 19, 2015January 26, 2016October 16, 2016July 26-29, 2017
PlaceM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Banglore, IndiaAdelaide Oval, AustraliaHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, IndiaGalle International Stadium, Sri Lanka
Batting Score1615
Bowling Score0/372/373/311/13
0/21

Awards

  • Man of the Match award in ODI match against New Zealand in 2016.
  • Man of the Match award in T20 match against Australia in 2020.
  • Hardik Pandya was awarded Man of the Series for his exceptional contribution in the T20I against Australia in 2020. He gave his award to pacer T Natarajan. Hardik said T Natarajan deserved it for his hard work and talent.
  • Man of the Match award in 2 ODIs against Australia in 2017.
  • Man of the Match award in ODI match against Australia in 2020.


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