Hardik Pandya’s age, height, wife, and cricket life

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Hardik Pandya
Hardik pandya

Hardik Pandya’s full name is Hardik Himanshu Pandya. He is an Indian international cricketer. He plays as an all-rounder in the Indian team. A right-handed batsman and right-arm fast-medium bowler, Pandya has played for India in all 3 formats, Tests, ODIs, and T20Is. He also plays well in the Indian Premier League.

Age and height of Hardik Pandya

  He was born on 11 October 1993  in Surat, Gujarat. His height is 1.83m(6ft 0 inch). 

Parents

 

Hardik Pandya's parents
Hardik Pandya’s parents

Hardik Pandya’s father’s name is Himanshu Pandya. He ran a small car finance business in Surat, closed the business there, and moved to Vadodara to provide better cricket training to his sons when Hardik was five years old. Himanshu Pandya worked as a loan agent in Vadodara. He enrolled his two sons in Kiran More’s Cricket Academy in Vadodara. Due to a lack of finances, Hardik Pandya and his family lived in a rented house.

  Hardik Pandya’s mother’s name is Nalini Pandya is a housewife. Also, his elder brother Krunal Pandya is also a famous cricketer of the Indian cricketer team.

School life

  Hardik Pandya starts his schooling at MK High School. He had no interest in studies. There were many complaints from the school. He left his studies after class nine. And completely focused on cricket.

Early life

   In 2008, his father suffered a heart attack. Then his father lost his ability to work. After that, Hardik and his elder brother are responsible for earning his family. Hardik and his elder brother used to play all the local tournaments in town and the village. They used to get Rs 300 per match. On some days, he ate Maggi worth 5 rupees and played matches all day.

    Hardik Pandya did quite well in junior-level cricket and won many matches single-handedly in club cricket. Hardik Pandya was a leg-spinner until the age of 18 and returned to fast bowling at the behest of Baroda coach Sanath Kumar. After playing well in club cricket, he got an opportunity to play in Baroda State Cricket in 2013. 

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 Baroda state cricket

  On 17 March 2013, Hardik Pandya got a chance in a T20 match against Mumbai. He made 123 runs in 7 matches and got 5 wickets in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy in Baroda in 2013. The payment for the tournament was RS 80,000. 

    The next year 2014 in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy he made 219 runs in 9 matches. The best score is 82* not out against Mumbai. 

Selected to IPL

   In 2015, Mumbai Indians selected Hardik Pandya in the ILP auction as an all-rounder. In the first match against RCB, he finished the match with 16 runs in 6 balls in the death over. He made 61 off 31 balls in a do-or-die match against KKR and kept Mumbai alive in the playoffs. And Mumbai Indians won the IPL trophy, Hardik get a check of 50 lacks rupees.

Selected Indian team

On 26 January 2016, he was selected for the Indian international team against Australia in a t20 series. In T20, 2016, Hardik bowled the last over against Bangladesh to win the match for India by 1 run. On 16 October 2016, he was selected for the ODI match against New Zealand and got 3 wickets with 31 runs in 10 overs. And get an award for man-of-the-match.

Then his career developed in cricket. Then he continues to play as an all-rounder in the Indian team.

Cricket records

 Hardik Pandya plays all 3 formats test, one day, and t20. He holds records in all three formats as an all-rounder.

 Test cricket

He did not play many matches in Test cricket. Yet he has a record in Test cricket.

 Batting records

session

20017-2018

Matches

11

Innings

18

Not out

1

Runs

532

Highest score

108

Average

31.29

Strict rate

73.88

100s

1

50s

4

0s

2

4s

68

6s

12

Bowling records

Session

2017-2018

Matches

11

Innings

19

Overs

156.1

Mdns

19

Runs

528

Wickets

17

Average

31.05

 

One day International

He plays well in ODI, playing as an all-rounder. In batting, he plays as a finisher and comes to bowl in the middle overs.

Batting records

session

2016-2023

Matches

86

innings

61

not out 

9

runs

1769

highest score

92

average

34.01

strict rate

110.35

100s

0

50s

11

0s

4

4s

132

6s

67

Bowling records

Session

2016-2023

Matches

86

Innings

80

Overs

533.1

Mdns

15

Runs

2960

Wickets

84

Average

35.23

Economy

5.55

Strict rate

38.00

 

T20 International

Pandya is best for T20 cricket. At first, he got a chance to play T20 cricket in the Indian team.                                                                                  

 Batting records

Session

2016-2023

Matches

92

Innings

71

Not out

18

Run out

1348

Highest score

71

Average

25.43

Strict rate

139.83

100s

0

50s

3

0s

3

4s

96

6s

69

Bowling Records

Session

2016-2023

Matches

92

Innings

81

Overs

238.5

Mdns

1

Runs

1950

Wickets

73

Average

26.71

Economy

8.16

Strict rate

19.6

Hardik Pandya’s wife

      

Hardik Pandya's wife
Hardik Pandya’s wife

Hardik Pandya’s wife is Natasa Stankovic Pandya. Natasha is a Serbian dancer, model, and actress who lives in Mumbai, India. He made his Bollywood film debut under the direction of Prakash Jhar. In 2014, he participated in Bigg Boss. In 2023, Hardik Pandya and Natasa Stankovic got married amid the nationwide lockdown due to COVID-19. On 14 February 2023, Hardik Pandya and Natasa Stankovic got married in a Christian wedding ceremony in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

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