Harmanpreet Kaur(born 08-Mar-89) Moga, Punjab, India. Harmanpreet Kaur an Indian Women Cricketer (Batsman). Get more info about Harmanpreet Kaur age, biography, height, weight, facebook, instagram, twitter, girlfriend, family, relation
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|Full Name||✇||Harmanpreet Kaur|
|Real Name||✈||Harmanpreet Kaur Bhullar|
|Profession||✈||Indian Cricketer (Batsman)|
|Physical Stats & More||✈|
|Height (approx.)||✈||in centimeters- 160 cm|
|in meters- 1.60 m||✈|
|in Feet Inches- 5’ 3”||✈|
|Weight (approx.)||✈||in Kilograms- 54 kg|
|in Pounds- 119 lbs||✈|
|International Debut||✈||Test- 13 August 2014 vs England Women in Wormsley|
|ODI- 7 March 2009 vs Pakistan Women in Bowral||✈|
|T20- 11 June 2009 vs England Women in Taunton||✈|
|Jersey Number||✈||#84 (India)|
|#45 (Sydney Thunder)||✈|
|Domestic/State Teams||✈||Leicestershire Women, Punjab Women, Railways Women, Sydney Thunder|
|Bowling Style||✈||Right-arm medium fast|
|Batting Style||✈||Right Handed Bat|
|Records/Achievements (main ones)||✈||• Harman took 9 wickets against South Africa Women's team in 2015 where India tasted the victory by an innings and 34 runs.|
|• She was signed by Sydney Scorchers in 2016 thus becoming first ever Indian cricketer to play for an overseas T20 franchise.||✈|
|• When India were wobbling at 35 for 2 in the first 9 overs of the semifinal contest of ICC Women World Cup 2017, Kaur came to crease and relentlessly assaulted the Australian bowlers. She walloped 20 fours and 7 sixes to score the third highest World Cup score and fifth highest overall. Her tremendous knock of 171 not out for just 115 balls helped India score as many as 281 runs in a rain affected match which was reduced to 42 overs a side. She was no doubt given the Player of the Match award after India defeated the six-time world champions with a slightly narrow margin of 36 runs.||✈|
|Date of Birth||✈||08-Mar-89|
|Age (as in 2017)||✈||28 Years|
|Birth Place||✈||Moga, Punjab, India|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||✈||Pisces|
|Hometown||✈||Moga, Punjab, India|
|School||✈||Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya, Jalandhar|
|Educational Qualification||✈||Not Known|
|Family||✈||Father- Harmandar Singh Bhullar (Clerk at Court)|
|Harmanpreet Kaur father, mother, and grandmother||✈|
|Mother- Satwinder Kaur||✈|
|Harmanpreet Kaur mother||✈|
|Harmanpreet Kaur brothers||✈|
|Sister- Hemjeet Kaur||✈|
|Harmanpreet Kaur sister||✈|
|Hobbies||✈||Driving, Listening to Music|
|Controversies||✈||While playing against Hobart Hurricanes in Women's Big Bash League 2017, she had been charged for breaching the Cricket Australia code of conduct article 2.1.2; abuse of cricket equipment.|
|Favourite Film||✈||Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge|
|Favourite Cricketer||✈||Virender Sehwag|
|Favourite Actor||✈||Ranveer Singh|
|Boys, Affair & More||✈|
Harmanpreet Kaur Smashes 103! | New Zealand v India - ICC Women's World T20 2018 - Highlights
Some Lesser Known Facts About Harmanpreet Kaur
Does Harmanpreet Kaur smoke: No
Does Harmanpreet Kaur drink alcohol: Not Known
His father, who now is a clerk at some judicial court, was once an aspiring cricketer. Despite his passion and love for the game, circumstances never let him what he wanted to be. He was the first coach of Harman when she had begun playing the sport
|Social Media||✇||Official Profiles|
Career - Harmanpreet Kaur
She made her ODI debut at age of 20 against arch-rivals Pakistan women's in March 2009 in the 2009 Women's Cricket World Cup played at Bradman Oval, Bowral. In the match, she bowled 4 overs conceding 10 runs and also caught Armaan Khan off Amita Sharma.
In June 2009, she made her Twenty20 International debut in the 2009 ICC Women's World Twenty20 against England women's at County Ground, Taunton where she scored 8 runs off 7 balls.
Her ability to hit the ball a long way was seen when she played quick-fire innings of 33 against England women's in a T20I game played in Mumbai in 2010.
She was named as Indian women's captain for the 2012 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup final, as captain Mithali Raj and vice-captain Jhulan Goswami were out because of injuries. She made her debut as captain against Pakistan women's as India defended 81 runs thus won Asia Cup.
In March 2013, she was named ODI captain of India women's when Bangladesh women's toured in India. In the series, Kaur scored her second ODI century in 2nd ODI. Kaur finished the series 195 runs at average of 97.50 with a century and a fifty along with 2 wickets.
In August 2014, she one of the eight debut that played against England women cricket team in a Test match at Sir Paul Getty's Ground, Wormsley in which she scored 9 and a duck in a match.
In November 2014, she took 9 wickets in a Test match South Africa women cricket team played at Gangothri Glades Cricket Ground, Mysore and helped India to win the match by an innings and 34 runs.
In January 2016, she helped India to win series in Australia as well as scored a 31-ball 46 runs in India's highest ever chase in T20 internationals. She continued her form in the 2016 ICC Women's World Twenty20 where she scored 89 runs and took seven wickets in four matches.
Harmanpreet Kaur batting for Sydney Thunder during WBBL|02
In June 2016, she became the first Indian cricketer to be signed by an overseas Twenty20 franchise. Sydney Thunder, the Women's Big Bash League champions, signed her for the 2016–17 season. On 20 July 2017 she scored 171*(115) against Australia in the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup semi-final in Derby. Kaur's 171* is currently the second-highest score by an Indian batter in women's one-day internationals, behind Deepti Sharma's 188 runs. Kaur also holds the record for the highest individual score for India in Women's cricket World Cup history. Kaur now holds the record for registering the highest ever individual score in a knockout stage of a Women's World Cup match (171*) surpassing the previous record of 107* by Karen Rolton. Kaur was part of the Indian team to reach the final of the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup where the team lost to England by nine runs. In July 2017, Harman became second India batter to feature in the top-10 of ICC Women's ODI Player Rankings after Mithali Raj.
Kaur receiving Arjuna Award in 2020
In December 2017, she was named as one of the players in the ICC Women's T20I Team of the Year.
In October 2018, she was named as the captain of India's squad for the 2018 ICC Women's World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies. Ahead of the tournament, she was named as one of the players to watch. In the opening match of the tournament, against New Zealand, she became the first woman for India to score a century in WT20Is, when she made 103 runs from 51 balls. She was the leading run-scorer for India in the tournament, with 183 runs in five matches.
In November 2018, she was named in Sydney Thunder's squad for the 2018–19 Women's Big Bash League season. In January 2020, she was named as the captain of India's squad for the 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup in Australia. In 2021, she was drafted by Manchester Originals for the inaugural season of The Hundred. She played for them in 3 games, scoring 104 runs before withdrawing herself from the tournament due to injury.
In March 2021 against South Africa, she became fifth Indian woman cricketer to represent the country in 100 ODIs. In May 2021, she was named as the vice-captain of India's Test squad for their one-off match against the England women's cricket team. In September 2021, she was signed by Melbourne Renegades for 2021–22 Women's Big Bash League season.
In January 2022, she was named in India's team for the 2022 Women's Cricket World Cup in New Zealand.
Kaur was born on 8 March 1989 in Moga, Punjab, to Harmandar Singh Bhullar, a Volleyball and Basketball player and Satwinder Kaur. Her parents are baptised Sikhs. Her younger sister Hemjeet, is post-graduate in English and works as an assistant professor at Guru Nanak College in Moga. She took to cricket after joining the Gian Jyoti School Academy, 30 kilometres (19 mi) away from her residence in Moga, where she trained under Kamaldeesh Singh Sodhi.
Harman used to play with men in the formative days of her career. She moved to Mumbai in 2014 where she began working for the Indian Railways. Harmanpreet was inspired by Virender Sehwag.
Her father, who now is a clerk at a judicial court, was once an aspiring cricketer. He was the first coach of Harman when she had begun playing the sport.
Kaur admits to being "... not at all good at cooking." Her favourite meal is dal, or anything gravy-based, and she eats non-vegetarian food only when eating out. During overseas tours, she is often served sandwiches, which she finds "challenging". Prior to matches, she eats light; after them, she has a heavy meal, "... to make up for lost calories." Since about 2019, she has avoided eating glutens, even though foods containing such proteins are traditionally popular in Punjab. In 2021, she told ESPNcricinfo:
"That decision has paid off massively as my recovery post-match or post-injury has become quicker.
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