Bumrah represents Gujarat in first-class cricket at the national level. He participates in the Indian Premier League cricket id for the Mumbai Indians. One of India’s top bowlers, Jasprit, uses his right arm to bowl fast and medium. Jasprit is well known for his quick bowling action and deadly in-swing yorkers. You may learn more about Jasprit Bumrah’s career statistics, family, records, and awards in this biography.
Bumrah is renowned for his odd bowling motion as well. He can routinely bowl between 140 and 145 km/h (87–90 mph). He is now among the fastest bowlers not just in India but also in the entire world thanks to this.
- Full Name Jasprit Jasbirsingh Bumrah
- 26 years old and born on December 6, 1993
- 178 cm (1.78 m/5 foot 8 inch) tall
- Location of Birth Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
- Batting Right-handed
- Quick right-arm bowling
- Role Bowler
Information about Bowler International
- India (2016–present) (2016–present)
- Test debut on January 5, 2018, against SA (cap no. 290)
- 23 January 2016 ODI debut vs. Australia (cap no. 210)
- 93 ODI shirt
- T20I debut on January 26 vs Australia (cap no. 57)
- T20I jersey no. 93
2012-present Domestic Team Years Team
- Gujarat 2013–present
- Mumbai Indians
- Bumrah was born to Daljit Bumrah and Jasbir Singh Bumrah on December 6, 1993 in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.
- Family plays a significant role in Jasprit Bumrah’s life story. When he was only seven years old, his father passed away.
- His mother, Daljit Bumrah, raised her children by herself while working as a school principal.
- Juhika is the name of Bumrah’s sister.
- Bumrah wed Sanjana Ganesan, a model, and Star Sports broadcaster, on March 15, 2021. Ganesan, a native of Pune, Maharashtra, competed in Splitsvilla in 2014 and was a previous finalist for Miss India.
Employer Domestic Employer
In the 2013–14 season, Bumrah played his first-ever first-class match for Gujarat against Vidarbha in October 2013.
In his first game, he excelled, taking 7 wickets overall.
Bumrah was the team’s leading wicket-taker when the competition was over.
He made his T20 debut against Maharashtra in the 2012–13 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy after winning the Ranji Trophy.
Bumrah, who was named Man of the Match, was instrumental in the championship game.
Career in IPL
- Bumrah, who is only 19 years old, made his IPL debut.
- He defeated the opposition, ending with a decent figure of 3/32, in his debut IPL game against RCB.
- Thus, he became just the second bowler in tournament history to record three wickets in his first game.
- In 2014, the Mumbai Franchise brought him back.
- Since then, Jasprit has played a crucial role in the Mumbai Indians.
- On January 27, 2016, Bumrah played his first T20I for the Indian cricket team against Australia.
- He finished the year with 28 wickets, which made him the top T20I wicket-taker in 2016.
Career in ODI
- On August 30, 2016, Bumrah played in his first ODI against West Indies.
- The record for the most wickets (15) taken by a fast bowler in a five-match or fewer bilateral ODI series belongs to Bumrah in 2017. He did so against Sri Lanka.
However, Bumrah made the worst error of his career by bowling a no-ball in the Champions Trophy 2017 final that would have produced a wicket.
Bumrah will serve as the Indian ODI team’s vice-captain for their 2022 tour of South Africa. KL Rahul has been selected as the captain because Rohit Sharma was forced to withdraw from the SA series due to an injury.
- In November 2017, Bumrah played in his first Test against South Africa.
- As he dismissed AB de Villiers cleanly, Bumrah couldn’t have wished for a better first wicket than the South African superstar.
- In the same series, during the third Test of the India Tour of South Africa 2017–18 at Johannesburg (5/54), Bumrah recorded his first five-wicket haul in Tests.
Against England, Bumrah secured his second five-wicket haul.
During the 2018 India Tour of Australia, Bumrah was crucial.
On Boxing Day Test, he picked up another five-wicket haul. In the same calendar year, he took five-wicket hauls in Australia, England, and South Africa, making him the only Asian bowler to do so.
He joined the first Indian side to ever defeat Team Australia in a test series played on Australian soil.
Despite the fact that the game’s experts never really regarded Bumrah as a test cricketer, his test wickets speak for themselves.