18 Smriti Mandhana
- 55 kg
- Current Team
Smriti Mandhana Biography
- Full Name – Smriti Shrinivas Mandhana
- Date Of Birth – 18 July 1996
- Birthplace – Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
- Hometown – Sangli, Maharashtra, India
- Zodiac Sign/Sun Sign – Cancer
- Religion – Hindu
- Height – 5 feet 4 inches, OR 163 cm, OR 1.63 m
- Weight – 55 kg, OR 121 lbs
- Eye Colour – Black
- Hair Colour – Black
Smriti Mandhana Family
- Father – Shrinivas Mandhana (Former District Level Cricketer)
- Mother – Smita Mandhana
- Brother – Sharavan Mandhana (Former District Level Cricketer)
- Sister – None
- Marital Status – Unmarried
- Boyfriend – Not Known
- Husband/Spouse – None
- Son – None
- Daughter – None
Smriti Mandhana Education Qualification
- Educational Qualification – Bachelor Degree
- College – Not Known
- School – Not Known
Smriti Mandhana Cricket Career
- Role – Batswoman
- Batting – Left Handed
- Bowling – Right-arm medium pace
- National Team – India
- Jersey Number – 18
- Test Debut – 13 August 2014 vs England (Cap 75)
- ODI Debut – 10 April 2013 vs Bangladesh (Cap 106)
- T20 Debut – 5 April 2013 vs Bangladesh (Cap 40)
- Domestic Team – Mumbai, Maharashtra
- WBBL Team – Hobart Hurricanes
- Hobbies – Music
- Favourite Cricketer – Sachin Tendulkar
- Net Worth – Not Known
- Salary – Not Known
- Contact Address – Not Known
- House Address – Not Known
- Mobile/Phone Number – Not Known
- Email Id – Not Known
- Website – Not Known
Achievements & Awards
- Arjun Award 2018
- Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Award for the best female cricketer of the year 2018.
- ODI Player of the Year 2018
- The first Indian woman to score a double-hundred in One-day cricket match. It was Maharashtra against Gujarat when she scored an unbeaten 224 off 150 balls.
- Top Scorer in Women’s Challenger Trophy 2016 (192 runs in three matches, scored three half-centuries, and helped India Blue win the title.)
- First two Indians to be signed up for the Women’s Big Bash League along with Harmanpreet Kaur in 2016.
- First Indian to play in Kia Super League.
- In 2016, She was the only Indian women cricketer to be named in the ICC Women’s Team of the Year.
- In February 2019, Smriti Mandhana scored the fastest fifty in just 24 balls in Women’s T20Is against New Zealand.
- International Woman Cricketer of the Year awards at CEAT International Cricket Awards 2019.
- Third-fastest cricketer in the world, in terms of innings, to score 2,000 runs (51st innings) in WODIs.
Social Media & Photos
ICC Women’s T20 World Cup 2020
Women’s T20 WC 2020 – Group A
Women’s T20 WC 2020 – Group B