Sarfaraz Khan (Cricketer) Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Biography & More
Sarfaraz Khan (Cricketer) Height, Weight, Date of Birth, Age, Wiki, Biography, Girlfriend, Cricket Career and more
Sarfaraz Khan is a first-class Indian cricketer. He plays for his home team Mumbai. He bats with the right hand and bowls the leg break with the right hand. He came into the public eye when he broke the 45-year-old record set by Sachin Tendulkar by scoring 439 runs in 421 balls in the 2009 Harris Shield tournament. Sarfaraz became the second highest run-scorer of the 2016 Under-19 World Cup.
Birth and early life
Sarfaraz was born on 22 October 1997 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. His father Naushad Khan also played cricket during his time. His mother is Tabassum Khan. Sarfaraz has two brothers Musheer Khan and Moin Khan, both of whom are also adept at playing cricket like Sarfaraz. His dream was to play for the India team, he made his Ranji Trophy debut for Mumbai.
Musheer has been the captain of the Mumbai Under-16 team. He spent more time in cricket than studies, if there is anything that comes first in his life, it is cricket.
|Real Name||Sarfaraz Khan|
|Date of birth||22 October 1997|
|Age (as in 2002)||25 years|
|birth place||Mumbai, Maharashtra|
|family||Mother: Tabassum Khan
Father: Naushad Khan
Brother: Musheer Khan and Moin Khan
Sister: Not Available
Wife: Not Available
Sarfaraz has been associated with cricket since childhood. His father was also a cricketer, but he never played for India. Sarfaraz’s dream was to fulfill his father’s dream and join the Indian cricket team. He spends most of his time practicing cricket at Azad Maidan. Happiness came in Sarfaraz’s life when he played a brilliant innings in the 2014 In-19 Cricket World Cup.
Sarfaraz has played 22 matches in first-class cricket, in which he has scored 2,099 runs with 6 centuries and 6 half-centuries, but in bowling he got a chance to bowl 150 balls but he could not take a single wicket. He has got a chance to play 21 matches in List-A, in which he has scored 325 runs with 1 century. He has scored 862 runs in 73 matches in T20 with 3 half-centuries.
Sarfaraz made his IPL debut in 2015 at the age of 17 with Royal Challengers Bangalore. He was included in his team by Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL from 2015 to 2017 for 50 lakhs, during the 2017 IPL he suffered an injury due to which he could not play a single match.
In 2018, he had to pay Rs 3 crore to Royal Challengers Bangalore to include Sarfaraz in his team. From IPL 2019 to 2021, Kings XI Punjab included him in their team for Rs 2.5 crore. In the 2022 IPL, Sarfaraz has been linked with his team by Delhi Capitals at a base price of 20 lakhs.
Education details and more
|educational qualification||High School|
|role playing||middle order batter|
|batting style||right hand out|
|first class debut||Mumbai vs Bengal in Kolkata – 28 – 31 December 2014|
|list a debut||Saurashtra vs Mumbai in Rajkot – 2 March 2014|
|T20 debut||Mumbai vs Saurashtra in Mumbai – 2 April 2014|
physical statistics and more
|Height||5′ 7″ feet|
|body shape||Chest: 40 inches
Waist: 32 inches
Biceps: 12 inches
|hair color||dark brown|
|Hobby||travel and gyming|
marital status and more
|IPL Auction Price||INR 50 Lakh (IPL 2015-17; Royal Challengers Bangalore)
INR 3 Crore (IPL 2018; Royal Challengers Bangalore)
INR 2.5 Crore (IPL 2019-21; Kings XI Punjab)
INR 20 Lakh (IPL 2022; Delhi Capitals)
|net worth||INR 10-50 Crore|
social media presence
Some facts about Sarfaraz Khan
- Sarfaraz Khan was born and brought up in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
- His father was the first coach for him and wanted Sarfaraz to play for the Indian team.
- Sarfaraz was so lost in playing cricket that he did not go to school for 4 years.
- He is particular about his fitness and starts the day with a proper workout plan.
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