Harmanpreet Kaur is a professional Indian cricketer who was born on the 8th of March, 1989, in Moga, Punjab, India. Harmanpreet plays for the Indian women’s cricket as an all-rounder. She is a right-handed batsman and also bowls offbreaks with her right arm. Her style of play is like the famous batsman Virender Sehwag. It is a simple premise in the form of “see ball hit ball”. She’s also the first woman to score a century during a the Women’s Twenty20 International match.
Harmanpreet Kaur Personal Information
|Harmanpreet Kaur Bhullar
|March 8, 1989
|Father- Harmandar Singh Bhullar (Clerk at Court) Mother- Satwinder Kaur Sister- Hemjeet Kaur
|Right Hand Bat
|Right arm Offbreak
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Harmanpreet Kaur Background
Kaur was the daughter of Harmandar Singh Bhullar, who was a professional basketball and volleyball player as well. Kaur began playing by cricket after she joined Gian Jyoti School Academy and was coached by Coach Kamaldeesh Singh Sodhi.
Harmanpreet Kaur Debut
Harmanpreet was the first player to make her One Day International debut at 20 years old against Pakistan in March 2009 during the Cricket World Cup Women’s. She played four overs, only losing 10 runs.
In June 2009 she played her T20 debut against England in the 2009 ICC Women’s World Twenty20, scoring eight runs in seven balls.
Kaur took part in her first test match on the 13th of august 2014 in England but did not succeed in proving her worth in the game.
Harmanpreet Kaur Rise to Glory
Harmanpreet was well-known for her ability to strike the ball far and demonstrated that against England women’s cricket in an T20 International game played in Mumbai in the year 2010. she scored a remarkably rapid 33.
Kaur demonstrated that she is a true talent and her game was so captivating that she was named the Indian captain in 2012 for the women’s T20 Asia Cup, as captain Mithali Raj was injured. an injury.
Her debut game as captain went well after she put in an incredible efforts to protect a in just 81 against Pakistan to be victorious in the Asia Cup.
Kaur played for India in ODIs in the very first time, when India faced Bangladesh on home soil. She played a brilliant series, scoring her second century. She also had the average at 97.50 with 50 as well as two wickets.
In November 2014 in November 2014, the Indian all-rounder demonstrated her skill using the balls against South Africa women cricket team and took 9 wickets in the test match, which led to India winning the game by one wicket.
Kaur was a major factor in how India won this T20 series against Australia. of Australia. She scored 46 runs in just 31 balls, which allowed them to get the best score ever recorded for T20 Cricket Internationals. Her incredible form didn’t end there, and in this year’s ICC Women’s World Twenty20 she scored 89 runs. Harmanpreet also picked up seven wickets over the course of four matches.
Harmanpreet was part of the CC Women’s T20I Team of the year in December 2017.
Kaur was again awarded captaincy in the month of October in the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies. Kaur was the talk of the town due to her incredible performances over the past few years. She scored a stunning 53 off 51 balls in the match during the series against New Zealand and was the first woman to make a century during the Women’s T20I.
Harmanpreet is the very first Indian cricketer to be accepted by an international club for the T20 format of game. She first started in the T20 format for Sydney Thunder, the Women’s Big Bash League champions, in the 2016-17 season.
Harmanpreet Kaur Records
Kaur scored a 171 on 120 balls in the match in the match against Australia at the time of the 2017 Women’s Cricket World Cup semi-final she is the second-highest scorer of women’s single-day international cricket.
She also holds the record for the highest score of an individual player in the history of India throughout the entire history of the women’s cricket in the World Cup.
Harmanpreet is only the 2nd Indian batter to make it into the Top 10. ICC women’s ODI player rankings.