Amit Mishra plays for Haryana in the Ranji Trophy. Mishra, who bowls elegantly and with accuracy, has a fast-spinning leg-break as his main bowling.
Amit Mishra: A Brief Biography
Career Information of Amit Mishra
- Punjab Cricket Association Test debut against Australia at IS Bindra Stadium, October 17, 2008
- Last Test v England at MA Chidambaram Stadium, December 16, 2016
- ODI debut against South Africa at Bangabandhu National Stadium, April 13, 2003
- Last ODI New Zealand Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, October 29, 2016
- T20I debut v Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club, 13 June 2010
- Last T20 vs England, M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Feb 01, 2017
- IPL Debut vs Rajasthan Royals Sawai Mansingh Stadium, May 11, 2008
- Last IPL vs Rajasthan Royals at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, April 19, 2023
Amit Mishra’s Profile
Amit Mishra is a leg spinner who plays for Haryana in Ranji Trophy. Mishra, who bowls with elegance and accuracy, has a sharp spinning leg-break which is his stock delivery. It also has top spinners, and was initially called up to the Indian team for the Test series against the West Indies in 2002, but was not given a chance to play.
Thereafter he was not selected until 2007 when he was drafted in to play against the South African A team in 2007. Immediately he made an impact by taking 5 wickets in that game and he was soon on the national stage with some consistent performances.
Amit Mishra was selected in the Indian team to tour Australia in 2008 and made his debut in Mohali when Anil Kumble was injured. He took 5 wickets in the first innings – becoming only the sixth Indian to hit a fifty on debut. He added 2 more wickets in the second with 7 for the match. Mishra also played the next 2 matches and took 14 wickets in the series.
After the retirement of Anil Kumble, Mishra became the country’s premier leg-spinner and took 6 wickets in the 2-Test series against England in December 2008. When India toured New Zealand he was dropped from the team on what turned out to be a seam friendly wicket. No second spinner allowed in the team. Mishra bowled well in the second edition of the IPL without any luck as his team lost in the semi-finals to a ‘Gilli’ storm.
Amit Mishra last played for India in a Test match in 2011, when India were whitewashed 0-4 in England on their way to regaining the number one spot in Test cricket. However, he registered his highest Test score of 84 in the final Test. He was considered as the successor of Anil Kumble, but he could not maintain his reputation.
He played all the games in the 2014 T20 WC, in the first two matches Mishra took 2 for 22 against Pakistan and 2 for 18 against West Indies, these two performances earned him the Man of the Match award. However, he was not able to perform in pressure situations as he missed out on the semi-final and final, which India eventually lost to Sri Lanka.
However, after this the lack of opportunities started hampering his progress. While Mishra continues to make useful contributions, the presence of Ashwin and Jadeja has severely limited his opportunities at the highest level. The emergence of Jayant Yadav as an all-round option has seen Mishra become the fourth-choice spinner despite his longer shelf life than Ashwin.
Amit Mishra represented Deccan Chargers and later played for Sun Risers Hyderabad in the IPL. He has been the only IPL player to be a consistent performer in the league and take three hat-tricks. He had a great 2013 season as he took 21 wickets and played a key role in most of the Sun Risers’ victories. His strong performances in the IPL earned him an ODI call-back for the Champions Trophy in June and later for the tour of Zimbabwe in July 2013.
He performed brilliantly against Zimbabwe and equaled Javagal Srinath’s world record for most wickets in a bilateral ODI series. 18 wickets. He achieved the feat in just five matches as compared to Srinath’s seven. However, he played only one match in the 5 match ODI series against Australia in October/November 2013.
Africa in December 2013. He played a few games in the 2014 Asia Cup and impressed everyone. Being a part of the national team, he could not play in the entire Ranji season, but did well in the opportunities he got. After his impressive performance in 2013, Sunrisers Hyderabad bought him back for the 2014 edition.
He was selected in the Second XI of the 2014 ICC World T20 Cup by Cricinfo. Mishra was included in the squad for India’s 2016 tour of the West Indies. He took three wickets in one of the two T20I matches, taking a career-best 3/24. In New Zealand’s 2016–17 tour of India, he was included in the ODI squad.
Biography of Amit Mishra
- Name : Amit Mishra
- Date of Birth: November 24, 1982
- Age: 40 Years
- gender Male
- Height: 1.65m. (5′ 5″)
- Weight: 68 kg or 150 lbs
- Profession: Indian cricketer
- Nationality: Indian
- Current team – India, Lucknow Super Giants
- Role – Bowler/ Right arm leg break
- Previous Team – Sunrise Hyderabad, Delhi capitals
- Salary (2023) – ₹ 5,000,000
- Total IPL Earnings – ₹ 362,500,000
- IPL Salary Rank – 62
- Net Worth – $7 million
- Net Worth in Indian Rupees: Rs 55 Crore
- Pay Scale: $0.5 million +
- Monthly Income: $40,000+
- Annual income $0.5 million
Amit Mishra is an Indian leg-spinner who plays for Haryana in the Ranji Trophy. He was born on 24 November 1982 and is a resident of Delhi. He has played for the Indian team in 68 matches across all formats.
He also surprises the batsmen with his unorthodox googlies. As a leg-spinner, he does not depend on the pitch to rotate the ball and uses his wrists to rip the ball.
Background of Amit Mishra
In the 2000–01 season Amit Mishra made his first-class debut. After being ignored by the Delhi team, he moved to Haryana, which was in need of a leg-spinner at that time.
Amazingly, Mishra started out as a batsman and his ability to swing the ball was appreciated by his mentor and coach Sanjay Bhardwaj. Even while playing for the Under-17 team, he did better with the bat than the ball.
Amit Mishra’s first entry
He made his ODI debut on 13 April 2003 against South Africa in the TVS Cup at Dhaka. He managed to take one wicket in that game which India won by 153 runs.
He was called up to play for the Test team against the West Indies in 2002, but did not find a place in the playing XI. He made his Test debut after almost 6 years in 2008 against Australia in Mohali.
In the 2014 Asia Cup, Mishra conceded only 28 runs in his ten overs and took two wickets. He was awarded the Player of the Series in New Zealand’s 2016–17 tour of India for his outstanding performances in ODIs.
Amit Mishra’s low marks
Amit Mishra has often been outplayed by better bowlers like the aforementioned Anil Kumble, Harbhajan Singh and later Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja.
IPL Profile of Amit Mishra
Indian cricketer Amit Mishra competes in the Indian Premier League for the Lucknow team. Amit Mishra was born on November 24, 1982, and he will be 41 in 2023. Delhi-born bowler Amit Mishra specialises in leg spin. In 2008, he made his IPL debut.
In 157 matches over the course of his IPL career, Amit Mishra has taken 169 wickets at an average of 23.88, while averaging 7.35 runs per over and posting career-best figures of 5/17.
Mishra, Amit IPL Debut for Team Lucknow in 2008, born on November 24, 50.00 lakhs
Amit Mishra’s services were purchased by the Lucknow franchise for Rs 50.00 lakhs at the IPL 2023 auction.
He played his final IPL game against Rajasthan on April 20, 2023, at Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur, India, and recorded a bowling average of 15/0.
Amit Mishra Last 10 IPL Innings Bowling Stats Match
- 26 vs Rajasthan 0/15 Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, India
- Match 15 vs Bangalore 1/18 M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, India
- Match 10 vs Hyderabad 2/23 Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow, India
- Match 22 vs Delhi 1/27 Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, India
- Match 20 vs Hyderabad 1/31 MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai, India
- Match 13 vs Delhi 4/24 MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai, India
- Match 2 vs Chennai 0/27 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India
- Match 16 vs Delhi 1/14 Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah, UAE
- Match 11 vs Delhi 2/35 Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, UAE
- Match 7 vs Chennai 0/23