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Ajinkya Rahane And His Family
Ajinkya Rahane was born on 6 June 1988 in the Ashwini village of Ahmednagar. His Mothers name is Madhukar Baburao Rahane and his mothrs name is Sujata Rahane. He has a younger brother and sister – Shashank and Apurva.
Age, Physical Appearance and Height
Ajinkya Rahane was born on 6 June 1988, and according to the calculation, her current age is 33 years.
So let’s Talk about his Height, Weight & Physical Status is the main things for the Cricket Industry. Fans are also attracted by the Height, Weight & Physical Status of Ajinkya Rahane is 172 cm and 1.72 m and feet inches- 5′ 6″. Her weight is in kilograms- 70 kg. Weight.
Ajinkya Rahane Waist Size 34 Inches and chest 40 Inches, And biceps 12 Inches. he has Black colour hair and Black colour eyes. Besides this, he is wearing a shoe size 9.
Ajinkya Rahane did his schooling at SV Joshi High School in Dombivali, situated in the outskirts of Mumbai. He had an interest in cricket from a very young age, and since the age of 17, he started coaching at a small club in Dombivali. After some years, Ajinkya got to train under former Indian batsman Pravin Amre.
From childhood friends to lifelong soulmates, the love story of our Mr Dependable and his lady love is straight out of a movie. The two lived in the same residential complex in Mulund while growing up, where their friendship blossomed. Later, when Rahane’s sister and Radhika attended the same college, a conversation began between the two. Initially, they were good friends and used to meet each other at their complex.
Ajinkya Rahane’s wife, Radhika Dhopavkar, is currently a homemaker. She was born to a working-class family in 1991 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. She was the eldest of the two sisters and has been pampered since childhood. Growing up in a Marathi family, she has quite a grasp of all the Marathi customs and traditions.
With a knack for Interior Designing, she took up a course in the same soon after completing her graduation.
Radhika, can often be seen accompanying her husband to international tours and domestic games. He calls her “the biggest supporter” in his life and owes much of his success to her.
Rahane started playing cricket at 7 when his father took him to a coaching camp in Dombivli. At 17, he was coached by Pravin Amre. He played a U19 match representing India against New Zealand before getting selected to play in the Mohammad Nissar Trophy in Karachi.
Ajinkya Rahane made his first-class debut for Mumbai at 19 while playing against Karachi Urban in September 2007. He scored 143 on his debut match, which made him selected for the Irani Trophy match against the Rest of India.
He made his Ranji Trophy debut for Mumbai in the 2007-08 season. He performed impressively well and got selected to play in Duleep Trophy representing West Zone. He piled up over 1000 runs in the second season, which helped Mumbai win its 38th Ranji Title. He notched up his highest first-class score of 265, not out against Hyderabad in the next season. After scoring 1000 runs in the 2010-11 season, he scored 1000 runs in 3 consecutive seasons.
After being in and out of the Indian side, Rahane returned to the domestic circuit. Still, his form saw a bit of a dip during the Ranji Trophy season of 2017/18, as Mumbai uncharacteristically failed to get past the quarter-final stages, and Rahane got his first duck in Ranji cricket since 2008.
Ajinkya Rahane played for his native franchise, the Mumbai Indians, in the initial years. However, as he was an uncapped rookie player at that point, not many opportunities arrived. It was not until his shift to Rajasthan Royals that Rahane started to show consistency in the IPL.
He has played for Mumbai Indians, Rajasthan Royals and Rising Pune Supergiant in the IPL. With minimal opportunities in Mumbai, he moved to Rajasthan in 2012 and scored a match-winning 98 in the season’s first match.
The 2012 season was his breakthrough year in the tournament, amassing over 550 runs at a healthy strike rate, including his maiden IPL century. The years 2012-16 saw Rahane cementing as one of the most consistent performers in the tournament’s history.
His tenure with Rising Pune Supergiants was a bit topsy-turvy, but he managed to provide good starts to the franchise, and after RPS got defunct, Rahane was snapped back by Rajasthan Royals.
Following the retirement of stalwarts like VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid, the Indian selectors started blooding the youngsters for the big stage. After a year in and out of the team and 16 months on the bench, an injury to Shikhar Dhawan finally got Rahane the most desirable piece of attire in Indian cricket – Test cap number 278.
Rahane played in the Investec Test Series (India tour of England, 2014) in England and instantly made an impression. He hit a magnificent century on his first appearance at the Lord’s and went up the honours board. Rahane’s century ensured that India won at Lord’s after a long wait of 28 years.
He made his ODI debut against England in Chester-le-Street, where he scored 40 runs at a strike rate of 90. He performed well in that series and subsequent return series in which he scored his debut 50. However, he failed to perform well in the following series against West Indies, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
Despite being a vital cog in the Test line-up, Rahane continues to go in and out of the ODI side. He did, however, do well enough to be given a ticket to the 2015 World Cup in Australia, where he performed admirably in the middle-order, playing a vital knock of 79 against South Africa.
He was overlooked for the 2019 World Cup squad that went to England. Despite India’s number 4 batting problems and Rahane’s an excellent record in England, the selectors gave him the side-eye. His exclusion drew the wrath of many cricket pundits as ultimately India paid the price of a fragile middle-order in the Semi-finals.
Rahane made his international debut for India in a Twenty20 International against England at Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester, in August 2011. He scored a half-century on this match (61 of 49) against an England attack comprising Stuart Broad, Graeme Swann and Tim Bresnan. The match was the only T20I played by former Indian captain Rahul Dravid.
In 2015, he was appointed as the captain for ODI and T20s for the tour of Zimbabwe.
In March 2017, he captained the Indian Test team in the 4th Test against Australia as Virat Kohli was injured. India won that match by eight wickets to regain the Border-Gavaskar trophy.
The total net worth of Mr Ajinkya Rahane is estimated to be 9 Million USD, which in Indian currency is approximately equal to 65 Crore Indian Rupee (i.e. approx Sixty Five Crore INR). The Main Source of Ajinkya Rahane’s income and net worth came from cricket. Also, the brand value of Mr Ajinkya Rahane is very high, and he is also the most respected player across the globe. He also earns a considerable sum from various International and National Cricket Matches and the Indian Premier League (IPL). He also endorses multiple brands where he charges a good amount of money.
Ajinkya Rahane Assets:
House: Ajinkya Rahane owns a luxury designer house in Ashwi, KD, Maharashtra. Also, he owns multiple real-estate properties across the countries.
- M A Chidambaram Trophy for best Under-19 cricketer: 2006–07
- Named in Cricinfo CLT20 XI in 2013
- CEAT Indian Cricketer of the Year: 2014–15
- Named in Cricinfo IPL XI in 2015
|Ajinkya Rahane Car Collection||Price (INR)|
|Audi Q5||55 Lac|
|Volvo XC60||68 Lac|
|Range Rover Velar||85 Lac|