Kartik Tyagi Biography
|Full Name||Kartik Tyagi|
|Born||8 November 2000|
|Birth Place||Hapur, Uttar Pradesh (India)|
|Batting Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm medium-fast|
|Height (approx.)||173 cm|
5′ 9″ Feet
|Teams||India U19, India U19 A, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan Royals.|
|Debut||First Class Cricket: Uttar Pradesh Vs Railways at Lucknow on 6 October 2017.|
List A cricket: Delhi Vs Uttar Pradesh at Bilaspur on 5 February 2018.
|Jersey Number||5 (India U19)|
|Records (Major)||He picked up 11 wickets in the U-19 world cup at an average of 13.90.|
|Educational Qualification||Not known|
|Family||Father – Yogendra Tyagi|
Mother – Neelam Tyagi
Sister – Nandini Tyagi
Brother – Not known
|Favourite Cricketers||Not Known|
|Favourite Bollywood Stars||Not Known|
Kartik Tyagi (born on 8th November 2000) is an Indian Cricketer who plays for Uttar Pradesh in domestic cricket and Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League. He is known for his brilliant last over against Punjab Kings in the 2021 IPL where he defended just 4 runs from 6 balls and gave away just a single.
Domestic cricket career
He played only one Ranji match that was against Railways where he picked up 3 wickets for 40 runs. In his List-A cricket career, he picked up 9 wickets at an average of 29.00 in the 5 matches that he played
Kartik Tyagi IPL Team
Kartik Tyagi has played 12 games for Rajasthan Royals so far and is now an integral part of the Royals’ pace attack. He bought by the franchise in 2020 for INR 1.20 crores.
International cricket career of Kartik Tyagi
Tyagi was the attacking bowler for the Indian team in the U-19 World Cup. He could swing the ball both ways and at a perfect pace.
In the Quarter Finals against Australia, Kartik picked up 4 wickets for just 27 runs and was one of the major reasons for India to win that match. He picked up a total of 11 wickets in the World Cup at an average of 13.90.
- Kartik Tyagi had fractured his leg while playing football during the warm-up before the start of his second Ranji match.
- Later he suffered an injury in the pelvic region and therefore couldn’t play any other Ranji Matches.
- He has been part of the senior Indian Team as a net bowler for their tour against Australia in 2020.
- Tyagi’s father had to sell their land of nearly 2.5 acres for his treatment, but all these didn’t stop him from playing in the U19 world cup and was one of the best players for the Indian team.