Jasprit Bumrah And His Family
Jasprit Bumrah was born on 6 December 1993 in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. His father died when he was just 5 years old. After his father passed away, his mother, Daljit Bumrah, raised him. She worked as a principal in a private school and used to support her family with the salary she received.
Apart from his mother, an elder sister also lives in Bumrah’s house, Juhika Bumrah.
Age, Physical Appearance, and Height
Jasprit Bumrah was born on 6 December 1993, and according to the calculation, her current age is 28 years.
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 Jasprit Bumrah is 175 cm and 1.75 m and feet inches- 5′ 9″. His weight is in kilograms- 70 kg. Weight.
Jasprit Bumrah Waist Size 30 Inches and chest 38 Inches, And biceps 12 Inches. he has Black colour hair and Black colour eyes. Besides this, he is wearing shoe size 10.
Jasprit Bumrah did his early education at a private school in Ahmedabad. After this, he got his tenth education from Nirman High School. After this, he also completed his intermediate education in Ahmedabad. Bumrah was very fond of cricket since childhood, and his coach Kishore Trivedi informed Bumrah about the nuances of cricket.
Jasprit Bamrah’s childhood was spent with a lot of trouble, but he never let his attention get away from cricket. Bumrah started playing cricket right from his school time, where his coach Kishore Trivedi taught him the tricks to bowl. As a result, he emerged as a brilliant fast bowler from his school level.
Talking about the married life of Jasprit Bumrah, his marital status is married. He recently married Sanjana Ganesan, Sports Presenter of Star Sports, on 15 March 2021. After marrying Sanjana Ganesan, he put a full stop to all the speculation of his being in a relationship with South Indian actress Anupama Parameswaran. Jasprit Bumrah’s wife’s name is Sanjana Ganesan.
Jasprit Bumrah’s action and his consistency with line and length with decent pace were the town’s talk. Selectors started to notice him and called him up for the Gujarat U 19 team within no time.
Within the year, Bumrah moved up to the primary Gujrat team and made his debut in the West Zone, Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Gujrat went on to win the Syed Mushtaq Ali with a bit of help from Bumrah’s 3/14 in the finals against Punjab.
In Jasprit Bumrah T20 debut against Maharashtra, Bumrah picked up a late wicket as he finished with respectable figures of 1/20 in 4 overs. Gujrat won the match by 8 wickets. In months, Bumrah played for India U23 at the Asian Cricket Council Emerging Teams Cup in Singapore.
Jasprit Bumrah made his List A debut for India U23 against Pakistan U23. While he did not pick a wicket, Bumrah again showed control over conceding runs as he finished with 0/36 in 8 overs. As a result, India U 23s, among others, went to lift the trophy.
Bumrah was able to tear teams apart with his accurate, fast bowling on his first-class debut against Vidarbha. Bumrah picked 4 wickets in the first and 3 in the second innings, decimating Vidarbha’s top order and deservedly won Man of the match for his exploits.
Jasprit Bumrah performances with the Gujrat Domestic team have paved his way to the IPL. Bumrah has enjoyed a long domestic career with 276 matches, in which he has picked 483 wickets.
John Wright noticed Bumrah’s raw talent and helped him make it to the squad of Mumbai Indians in 2013. Jasprit made his IPL debut for MI in 2013 and picked up 3 wickets against the RCB, including Virat Kohli.
Bumrah played just two matches for the MI in IPL 2013. However, he was retained for a massive ₹1.40 crore next season.
Over the next two seasons, Bumrah’s appearances were limited. However, he chipped in with eight wickets in 16 games. Learning from the best has helped Bumrah become one of the best today. He has learnt a lot from Lasith Malinga, and now Bumrah has become the leading bowler for the team.
Today, Bumrah and Malinga are one of the most feared fast-bowling units T20 cricket has ever seen. Bumrah was a revelation in the IPL 2016 season.
Jasprit Bumrah finished with 15 wickets in 14 matches with an average of 27.06 and an economy of 7.80. The following season he was even better.
Bumrah finished the 2017 season with his career-best of 20 wickets in 16 matches as MI lifted their 3rd trophy.
Over the next two seasons, Bumrah continued devastating batting units in the IPL. In IPL 2019, Bumrah picked 19 wickets Mumbai’s run to their 4th title and became the most successful IPL franchise.
Japrit’s performances in the domestic circuit caught the eyes of the Indian selectors, and he was justly called in the India tour of Australia 2016. However, it was not until the 5th ODI in Sydney that Bumrah got to play. On his debut, Bumrah was the most economical bowler with the figures of 2/40 picking Steve Smith and James Faulkner.
Manish Pandey’s century overshadowed Jasprit Bumrah excellent bowling performance as India chased down 330 and stopped Australia from a clean sweep. In the subsequent tour against Zimbabwe, Bumrah’s 4-28 helped India restrict the Chevrons to 168 before Rahul’s batting masterclass.
During the 2017 Sri Lanka tour, Bumrah recorded the most wickets (15) taken by any fast bowler in a bilateral ODI series of five or fewer matches. In the same series, he recorded his best-ever innings of 5/27 at Pallekele.
In the home series against New Zealand, Bumrah picked 6 wickets in 3 matches; by doing so, he crossed the 50-wicket mark in 28 games in ODIs and became the second-fast Indian to achieve the record.
No Ball vs Pakistan
In the Champions Trophy 2017 final against Pakistan, Jasprit Bumrah got the prized wicket of Fakhar Zaman, but unfortunately, it was a no-ball! Zaman went on to score a century, and India lost the final. Bumrah was vastly criticized and trolled for the same.
A few days later, the Jaipur Traffic Police hoarding was spotted in Jaipur, saying: “Don’t cross the line. You know it can be costly.” Replying to them, Bumrah tweeted, “Well done, Jaipur traffic police. This shows how much respect you get after giving your best for the country.
2018 and Rise to Prominence
In 2018, Jasprit Bumrah pushed himself into India’s fast bowling line-ups and Mohammed Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Bumrah played a vital role in India’s Asia Cup triumph in Dubai, as he picked 8 wickets in 4 matches. He took a 3-wicket haul against Bangladesh and finished as India’s 2nd highest wicket-taker.
Bumrah broke multiple records when he finished with 4/35 in Pune against West Indies in October. Jasprit Bumrah’s bowling performance was also the third-best by an Indian seamer against the Caribbean outfit.
After Pakistan’s Hasan Ali, Jasprit Bumrah became the 2nd highest wicket-taking pacer since 2017. Further, Bumrah became the only seamer to pick 50 ODI wickets in Asia since 2016. He was named in CricBuzz’s and ESPN CricInfo’s ODI XI of the year 2018.
2019 ICC Cricket World Cup
Bumrah spearheaded the Indian bowling attack alongside Shami and Bhuvneshwar, going into England and Wales for the big stage. On his WC debut against South Africa, Bumrah picked openers Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock in the first six overs itself and restricted the Proteas to 227.
Bumrah removed set batsman Khawaja in the next match and helped India regain control as Australia’s run-chase collapsed. He followed it up with wickets of Nathan Counter-Nile and Pat Cummings to finish with 3/61. Bumrah then picked the Man of the Match award for his impressive bowling display of 2/39 against Afghanistan.
Bumrah finished with 2/9 and 1/44 as India ran over West Indies before getting a reality check against England. Jasprit Bumrah returned with an impressive 4/55 against Bangladesh and picked the vital wicket of set batter Sabbir Rahman. India won by 28 runs.
Bumrah picked 3 wickets against Sri Lanka, including Angelo Mathews, who played at 113. In the semi-finals against New Zealand, Bumrah showed great control and finished his bowling innings with 1/39. However, the top order faltered as India crashed in the second-consecutive world cup semi-finals.
Bumrah finished his first-ever World Cup with 18 wickets in 9 matches. He was India’s highest wicket-taker in the campaign. As a result, Bumrah made it to the ICC and ESPN CricInfo’s ‘Team of the Tournament.
Bumrah made his T20I debut on 26 January 2016 against Australia. Bowling to restrict Australia from reaching India’s 183, Bumrah impressed by taking wickets of explosive players David Warner and James Faulkner. In the next two T20I’s, he picked three more wickets as he became a vital cog of the men in Blue in a World T20 championship year.
Bumrah finished as India’s second-highest wicket-taker in the 2016 Asia Cup. He picked six wickets in 5 matches and solidified his spot for the T20 Championships. However, he had an average outing in the tournament, picking just four wickets in 5 games. His average and economy did not fare much better at 38.25 and 7.65.
Bumrah was selected in Zimbabwe and West Indies tours, picking nine wickets. He finished 2016 on a high as he became the bowler to claim most wickets (28) in T20I in a calendar year.
The following year, Bumrah established himself as India’s top seam bowler in limited over cricket and finished 2017 as the top T20 bowler following ICC T20 ratings. Since then, there has been no looking back for Bumrah. The Ahmedabad-born seamer will be vital in India’s run to retain Australia’s ICC 2020 World T20 Championships.
Burmah’s control over line and length consistently in limited over format paved his way into India’s test circuit. As a result, Bumrah was named on the tour of South Africa in November 2017.
After much wait, Jasprit Bumrah finally received his first test cap against the Proteas at Newlands in Cape Town on 5 January 2018. Bumrah’s maiden test wicket was another wonder batsman of the game- AB de Villiers. He had a fantastic 2018 and early 2019 abroad.
Despite India faltering badly in the tour of England, Bumrah picked wickets consistently. He finished the tour with 14 wickets in 3 matches. Bumrah’s picked nine wickets in the Boxing day test at Melbourne, where he was awarded the Man of the Match and was crucial in India’s historic victory down under.
Post World Cup in August 2019, Bumrah picked up his fourth five-wicket test haul against the West Indies. In the second match, Darren Bravo, Shamarah Brooks and Roston Chase were picked in three consecutive balls. He became the only third Indian to take a Test hat-trick in doing so.
The total net worth of Mr. Jasprit Bumrah is estimated to be $7 Million, which in Indian currency is approximately equal to Rs. 52 Crore Indian Rupee (i.e. approx Fifty Two Crore INR). The Main Source of his income and net worth came from cricket. Also, the brand value of Mr. Jasprit Bumrah 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.
Jasprit Bumrah Assets:
House: Jasprit Bumrah owns a luxury designer house in Gujrat, India which he bought in 2015. The current value of his house is Rs. 3Crore INR. Also, he owns multiple real-estate properties across the countries.
- Was named in the IPL XI of the tournament in 2017 by Cricbuzz.
- Named in the T20 XI of 2016 and 2017 by ESPNCricinfo and in 2017 by Cricbuzz.
- Named in the World Test XI by the ICC – 2018.
- Named in the World ODI XI by the ICC – 2018.
- Named in the ‘Team of the Tournament’ by the ICC and ESPNCricinfo – ICC World Cup 2019.
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