Suryakumar Yadav – Indian Cricketer, ICC Profile, Runs , Batting & Bowling Career
Suryakumar Yadav is an Indian cricketer who is the player of Mumbai Indian IPL team! He was born in Mumbai on 14 September 1990. Now He is 29 years old.
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The Life and Career of Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar Yadav is a cricketer from the state of Maharashtra, India. Born in Mumbai, Suryakumar Yadav has been playing for the Mumbai Indians since he was fifteen years old.
Suryakumaran has had to face various challenges throughout his career, ranging from injuries to poor form, in order to make it at a professional level. He has managed to reach a decent cricketing career despite his many hurdles.
Suryakumaran’s success was made possible by the efforts of Imran Khan and captain, Sidharth Monga, who recruited him to play for the Punjab Cricket Team, known as “Pakistan’s Team” at the time. Initially, he was given a tough time, as the team struggled to get results, and the coach did not take the players seriously at all.
However, when Suryakumaran showed his skills at the national cricket arena, the coach changed his mind. Suryakumaran’s debut came in the third edition of the tournament in 1998, where he played a vital role in Pakistan winning the tournament.
Since then, Suryakumaran has managed to win many trophies including the Cricket World Cup, Intercontinental Cup, Asian Champions Trophy, and the Ranji Trophy among many others.
These trophies have helped him climb up the cricketing ladder and become a name in the Indian cricketing circuit. A former champion of Mumbai, Suryakumaran is the only player in India’s list of Test matches who has scored a century against India and a hundred against Pakistan.
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Since his debut in 1998, Suryakumaran has enjoyed a fruitful Test career, playing a number of Tests against Australia, Pakistan, and New Zealand, as well as many ODIs against England, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and New Zealand. For Suryakumaran, these Test matches are the only ones that matter.
He always wants to win his matches and score a century, as it makes him feel proud and improves his confidence. He believes that the Test match is the most important part of his career. and it is the only reason for which he wants to score a century.
In his cricketing career, Suryakumaran has been known to score hundreds against all top players in the world including Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Imran Khan, Misbah, Imran, Gavaskar, Kumar, Sourav Ganguly, and MS Dhoni. However, it is his ability to remain calm under pressure that makes him different from other batsmen.
For instance, Suryakumaran had to face stiff competition in every Test match, both from his peers and his opponents. During his career, he has faced many players who were known for their aggression in their batting, including Kumar Sangakkara, Imran, Sunil Gavaskar, Javed Miandad, and Murali Vijay.
It is not easy for him to face such daunting opponents and he sometimes found it difficult to score against these aggressive batsmen.
Though, Suryakumaran has the ability to bat the ball, his batting is one of his weak points. He has a very average speed and lacks power behind the ball, which is one of the main reasons for the lack of runs that the scores in every game. In fact, he only scores a handful of runs in every Test match that he plays.
However, if you take a closer look at Suryakumaran, you will see that he is always looking to bat the ball. He keeps his stance very close to his chest, which allows him to play with confidence as he tries to bowl out his batsmen.
His batting is always consistent and even though he sometimes seems to give in to the pressure, at the end of a bad day’s work, his confidence never wanes. Even if the team is losing, Suryakumaran remains calm and focused on his goal. and tries to score an easy century or fifty in every game that he plays in.
Suryakumaran has been the preferred batsman for captaincy during the recent IPL tournament and is expected to be the leading run-scorer in the tournament. However, there are no guarantees when you are leading the team in a match, but he always looks confident about his ability to score a century.
This gives him a sense of pride, as he always wants to score a century even if it is only against a weaker side. Suryakumaran is not only a great batsman, but is also a great player in the field. He is a good fielding spinner and is one of the best in his team, as he can play all positions in the outfield.
He has an impressive record of scoring hundreds in all conditions and has made a number of big century hits in the World Cup tournament as well.
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|43, 38||Mumbai||v M. Pradesh||Mumbai||12 Feb 2020||FC|
|0, 134||Mumbai||v Saurashtra||Rajkot||4 Feb 2020||FC|
|5||India A||v NZ A||Christchurch||26 Jan 2020||LA|
|20||India A||v NZ A||Christchurch||24 Jan 2020||LA|
|35||India A||v NZ A||Lincoln||22 Jan 2020||LA|
|26||India A||v NZ XI||Lincoln||19 Jan 2020||LA|
|50||India A||v NZ XI||Lincoln||17 Jan 2020||LA|
|77, 10||Mumbai||v Karnataka||Mumbai||3 Jan 2020||FC|
|39, 65||Mumbai||v Railways||Mumbai||25 Dec 2019||FC|
|0, 102*||Mumbai||v Baroda||Vadodara||9 Dec 2019||FC|
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Don’t call me lucky if you are sleeping when I am working 😉 pic.twitter.com/Bc48seq0HK
— Surya Kumar Yadav (@surya_14kumar) August 22, 2020