Shreyas Iyer Biography, Age,Height, Family, Early Life, Education, Career,IPL 2021,Personal Information
Shreyas Santosh Iyer is an Indian cricketer who plays for India in international cricket. He plays for Mumbai in domestic cricket and also captaining Delhi capitals in the Indian Premier League.
Early Life And Family
Shreyas was born on 6 December 1994 in Mumbai Maharashtra. He is 26 years old and his father’s name is Santosh Iyer. His mother is Rohini Iyer, a mangalorean Tuluva. He completed his education from Don Bosco High School Matunga and at Ramniranjan anandilal Podar college of commerce and economics Mumbai.
When he was 12 years old spotted by coach Pravin Amre at the park and trained him in his early cricketing days. Shreyas is right handed batsman and right arm leg break Bowling. His role in cricket is Batman.
Iyer represented Trent Bridge cricket team in 2014,during this trip to the UK he played three matches scoring 297 runs at an average of 99 with the highest score of 171,a new team record. In November 2014 Iyer made his debut for Mumbai playing in the Vijay Hazare trophy. He made his first class cricket debut in December 2014 during the Ranji Trophy.
In March 2017,Shreyas was added to India’s test team ahead of the fourth Test against Australia. In October 2017,he was named in India’s 20Twenty International Squad for their series against New Zealand. In November 2017,Iyer was named in the India one day International team for their series against Sri Lanka.
Shashank was signed in the 2015 IPL player auction by the Delhi Daredevils for 2.6 crores. In the season of 2020 he continued as the captain of Delhi capitals and he also played them to their madiel IPL final against Mumbai Indians.
Shreyas Iyer made the whole season of IPL 2021 due to an injury in his left hand muscle.
Name – Shreyas Iyer
Born On – 6th December 1996
Age – 26 Years
Father – Santosh Iyer
Mother – Rohini Iyer
Profession – Cricketer
Domestic – Team Mumbai
IPL Team – Delhi Daredevils
Batting – Right Handed
Bowling – Right Arm Leg Break
Role – Batsman
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