Smriti Mandhana is a famous and beautiful Indian cricketer. She has played many states, national and international matches. Smriti has played one year for the women’s big bash league (WBBL). Smriti Mandhana is the 1st Indian women cricketer to score a double century in One Day International (ODI). Let’s see more information below:
Smriti Mandhana Personal Information | स्मृति मंधाना व्यक्तिगत जानकारी
|Name||Smriti Shriniwas Mandhana|
|Date of Birth||18 July 1996|
|Birthplace||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Age (in 2021)||25 Years|
|Home Town||Sangli, Maharashtra, India|
|Height||5’4 Feet’s, |
|Hobbies||Listening to music, Playing with dog|
Some Facts About Smriti Mandhana | स्मृति मंधाना के बारे में कुछ तथ्य
Smriti Mandhana has a huge fan following on social media platforms such as in Instagram having 6M, in Facebook having 7M, and in Twitter having 800K.
Smriti’s father is a good cricketer and her brother is also a good cricketer. Both are playing cricket at the state level.
Smriti started her cricket career during schooling.
In 2005, Smriti was selected in the under 15 women’s cricket team from Maharashtra state.
In 2007, Smriti was selected in the under 19 women’s cricket team from Maharashtra state.
In 2013, Smriti made 200+ runs and becomes 1st Indian woman to score a double century in one day international (ODI).
In 2014, Smriti Mandhana debut in Test Match.
In 2016, Smriti scored 300+ in the Women’s Challenger Trophy.
In 2018, Smriti played in Kia Super League.
In 2021, Smriti played in the Sydney Thunders squad for the Women’s Big Bash League season.
Smriti played her 1st test match against the England team.
Smriti mandhana is the first Indian female cricketer to make a century in both ODIs and Tests against Australia.
Smriti is the brand ambassador of the “Playerzpot” application (app).
In 2018, Smriti’s name came in the one-day international (ODI) Player of the Year.
In 2018, Smriti won the “Rachael hey hoe-flint award” for the best female cricketer of the year by International Cricket Council (ICC).
In 2019, Smriti won Navbharat Times Award from Maharashtra chief minister.