SKY once played cricket in Mumbai streets, know his tremendous journey to team India
SKY once played cricket in Mumbai streets, know his tremendous journey to team India

Today is the birthday of Suryakumar Yadav, the shining star of Indian cricket. Suryakumar was born on 14 September 1990, in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. In fact, due to the job of his father as an engineer at Bhabha Atomic Research Center, they came to Mumbai from Varanasi with his family. While playing gully cricket here, Surya had a dream which he has fulfilled by joining Team India today. Suryakumar Yadav had thought in his childhood that he would become a cricketer. Yes and in this dream of his, the family gave him full support. From schooling to early training, it happened keeping career in mind. At the same time, he later took admission in Vengsarkar Academy.

Meanwhile, he continued to perform well in domestic cricket. Although the selectors did not pay attention, he still did not give up hard work. After scorching himself in domestic cricket for almost 10 years and scoring a peak of runs in the IPL, he got a chance to debut against England. The right-handed batsman has also got a place in the World T20 Squad. Yes, Suryakumar Yadav, who was constantly part of the team in the white ball format after his debut, was also called on the England tour.

Recently, when he grabbed everyone's interest with an outstanding performance in the Indian Premier League, the batsman did not play for his country. With his incredible batting abilities, he helped Mumbai Indians win their fourth and fifth IPL championships, giving them the franchise with the most titles. In the Ranji Trophy of 2010–11, he played against a Delhi franchise that was eventually owned by the Mumbai Indians in 2012. He only participated in one game for the Mumbai team before being sent off without scoring. After that, in 2014, he left to join the Kolkata squad, where he played for three years, until going back to the Mumbai Indians in 2018.

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