Ravi Bishnoi is an Indian exciting spin bowler international cricket player, who is known to play only white-ball formats of cricket and has been part of the India international cricket team since 2022.
And he plays domestic cricket For the Rajasthan team. And part of Lucknow Super Giants team in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
|Full Name||Ravi Bishnoi|
|Date of Birth||5 September 2000|
|Ravi Bishnoi’s age||21 years|
|Birth Place||Birami (village), Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India|
|Bowling Style||Legbreak Googly|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Ravi Bishnoi Heights (approx.)||In centimeters -170cm|
In meters – 1.70 mm
In feet – 5’7” feet
|Teams||Rajasthan Domestic Team (2019 To Presents)|
Kings XI Punjab (2020 to 2021)
Lucknow Super Giants (2022 To Presents)
|Bishnoi’s Cricket Debut||T20 Debut|
He made his debut in the T20s on 21 February 2019, playing against Tamil Nadu Domestic Team.
List A cricket debut
He made his debut in the List A on 27 September 2019, playing against the Jammu and Kashmir teams.
First-Class Cricket Debut
Not yet debut
International Cricket Debut
He made his ODI debut on October 06, 2022, against South Africa team.
He made his T20I debut on 16 February 2022 against the West Indies team.
IPL Debut: with the Kings XI Punjab
He made his IPL debut in the year 2020 against the Delhi Capitals Team.
|Ravi Bishnoi’s Coach/Mentor||Pradyot Singh Rathore|
|Family||Father- Mangilal Bishnoi (Teacher)|
Mother- Shivri Bishnoi
Siblings- Anita and Rinku Bishnoi (Sister), Ashok Bishnoi (Brother)
|Ravi Bishnoi GF||Not Known|
Ravi Bishnoi biography (Wiki)
India’s international spin bowler Ravi Bishnoi was born on 5 September 2000 in a middle-class Bishnoi family in Birami village in Jodhpur district of Rajasthan, and he is mainly known for playing International cricket, domestic cricket for the Rajasthan team and IPL franchise Cricket. And Bishnoi is a right-arm leg-spinner who has impressed everyone with his bowling skills. He came into the limelight during the 2020 U-19 Cricket World Cup where he was the highest wicket-taker for India.
Bishnoi’s cricketing journey began at an early age when he started playing for his school team. He then progressed to the state level and played for the Rajasthan Under-16 team. His consistent performances at the junior level caught the attention of the selectors, and he was selected to represent India in the Under-19 World Cup.
Ravi Bishnoi Family
Ravi’s father’s name is Mangilal Bishnoi who is a government teacher while his mother’s name is Shivri Bishnoi, and she is a housewife. And apart from this, his sister is Anita and Rinku Bishnoi while his brother is Ashok Bishnoi.
|Ravi Bishnoi Father||Mangilal Bishnoi|
|Ravi Bishnoi Mother||Shivri Bishnoi|
|Ravi Bishnoi sister & Brother||Anita and Rinku Bishnoi (Sister), Ashok Bishnoi (Brother)|
Ravi Bishnoi Ways of Playing Cricket
He plays as a spin bowler in his team, and his bowling style is Legbreak Googly spin. And is especially known to bowl in mid of the match.
Ravi Bishnoi Cricket Career
Bishnoi started playing cricket professionally in the year 2019 with Rajasthan domestic team. And within just 2 to 3 years, he became part of the Indian Premier League and the Indian international cricket team. So let’s see about Ravi Bishnoi’s cricket career & debut.
List A debut
He made his List A debut on 27 September 2019, playing against the Jammu and Kashmir team, and has played 25 List A cricket matches so far in which he has taken 36 wickets by giving runs at an economy of 5.48.
Domestic T20 Cricket debut
At the same time, he made his debut in T20 cricket on 21 February 2019 while playing against the Tamil Nadu team in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and he has got a chance to play an only 73 T20s cricket match so far, in which he has taken a total of 87 wickets by giving runs at an economy of 7.06.
Ravi Bishnoi IPL career
Bishnoi was selected for the first time in the IPL by the Kings XI Punjab team in the year 2020, and he played his IPL debut match on 20 December 2020 against the Delhi Capitals team in which he did maiden overs by taking 1 wicket. And after that, he was part of Kings XI Punjab till the 2021 IPL season and after that, he was released in the year 2022, and he became part of the Lucknow Supergiants team in the 2022 IPL season.
Ravi Bishnoi ipl team 2023
Bishnoi has been included in the Lucknow Super Giants team by paying a price of 4 crores in the IPL mega Auction 2022. And he is a part of the same team i.e Lucknow team in the 2023 IPL season.
|2020||Rs. 2 crores||Kings XI Punjab|
|2021||Rs. 2 crores||Kings XI Punjab|
|2022||Rs. 4 crores||Lucknow Super Giants|
|2023||Rs. 4 crores||Lucknow Super Giants|
International Cricket Debut & Career
If we talk about Bishnoi’s international career, then he was selected in the India international ODI and T20I team in January 2022 and he was included in the home series played against the West Indies team, and he made his T20I debut on 16 February 2022 playing against the West Indies team. in which he has taken 2 wickets by giving 17 runs in his 4 overs spells.
After that, made his One Day International (ODI) debut on October 06, 2022, against South Africa in the first ODI of the three-match series held in Lucknow, India. Bishnoi, who had already played for the Indian national team in T20I cricket, received his maiden ODI cap from former Indian cricketer and coach, Rahul Dravid.
Ravi Bishnoi Cricket stats
Bishnoi has been playing cricket since February 2019 with the Rajasthan domestic team, and he has been playing Indian Premier League (IPL) since the year 2020 for many IPL Teams and has taken many wickets for his teams, so let’s see ‘Ravi Bishnoi stats‘.
Unknown Facts About Ravi Bishnoi
- Bishnoi is playing domestic cricket with the Rajasthan team since the year 2019.
- And he was selected for the first time in the Indian Premier League in the year 2020 and he did maiden overs by taking 1 wicket in his IPL debut match.
- Bishnoi is a part of the India international cricket team since the year 2022 and till now, he has got a chance to play only 4 T20i cricket matches.
- He has completed all his cricket education from Spartans Cricket Academy.
- He took 17 dismissals in the 2020 Under-19 Cricket World Cup tournament and was the highest wicket-taker.