Taniya Bhatia is one of the most famous and emerging Women’s cricketers of India, and she is a resident of Punjab State of India, and also she is a part of Punjab Women’s cricket team, and Taniya is a wicketkeeper-batsman, who started her career at just 9 years old and she was part of the Under-19 match team at the age of 11.
|Full Name||Taniya Bhatia|
|Date of Birth||November 28, 1997|
|Taniya Bhatia age||25 years|
|Birth Place||Chandigarh, Punjab|
|Batting Style||Right-hand batsman|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Taniya Bhatia (approx)||164cm|
|Taniya Bhatia Cricket Debut||Test Cricket Debut:|
May 2021 (Against England’s Women team)
T20 Cricket Debut:
T20 International Women’s Cricket (February 2018)
Women’s ODI International team (September 11, 2018)
|Career Turning Point||–|
|Taniya Bhatia Number||Soon|
|Taniya Bhatia Coach/Mentor||RP Singh|
|School||DAV Senior Secondary School|
|College||MCM Women College|
|Family||Father- Sanjay Bhatia|
Mother- Sapna Bhatia
Siblings- Sanjana, Sehaj Bhatia
|Taniya Bhatia Boyfriend||Not Known|
|Favorite Cricketers||Virat Kohli|
Taniya Bhatia Biography: Indian International Women wicketkeeper-batsman ‘Taniya Bhatia’ was born on November 28, 1997, in Chandigarh city of Punjab. She is mainly known for playing Punjab Domestic Cricket, First Class Cricket, and Indian Women International Cricket. And she is a wicketkeeper batsman.
Taniya Bhatia’s Family & More
The father’s name of Tanya Bhatia is Sanjay Bhatia, which was working in the Central Bank of India, and her mother’s name is Sapna Bhatia, and she is a housewife, and the name of the elder sister is Sanjana and the name of his younger brother Sehaj Bhatia.
In Tania’s family, from her father to her younger brother has been a part of the Punjab cricket team and they have played for his state.
Taniya Bhatia’s Education
Tanya has completed her initial schooling from ‘DAV Senior Secondary School’ of Chandigarh, and after that, she has completed her studies from the MCM Women College to Graduation in BA Subject.
And in addition to this, she had joined Chandigarh Cricket Academy at the age of 9, and after that, she started paying more attention to cricket.
Taniya Bhatia’s Coach
Taniya has taken the initial education of cricket from Yuvraj Singh’s father Yograj Singh, and after that, she has taken the training of cricket from cricket coach RP Singh.
Taniya Bhatia’s Cricket Career
Taniya started her cricket career at the age of 9 and she became part of the Under-19 women’s cricket team at the age of 11. And apart from that Taniya captained Under-19 North Zone in the Inter-Zonal Cricket Tournament in Guwahati in 2015, and in that she also made 227 runs and along with that she was also responsible for taking two wickets as wicketkeeper. And after that, she joined the India A team at the age of 16.
Taniya Bhatia’s International Cricket Debut career
Taniya has started her international cricket career in 2018, and the first time she got the chance to debut in T20 Women’s International Cricket.
Taniya Bhatia’s T20 Cricket Debut
Taniya has started their International Cricket Career in the month of February in the year 2018 when she was selected for the first time in IndiaT20 International Cricket and she got an opportunity to debut her T20 International Cricket against South Africa women on February 13, 2018.
Taniya Bhatia’s ODI Debut
And after that, she got an opportunity to play in the Women’s ODI International Match in September (September 11, 2018) of the same year, and she has played a match against the Sri Lanka women’s team.
Taniya Bhatia’s Test Cricket Debut
After that Taniya made her debut in Test cricket against England’s women’s cricket team in May 2021.
And thus Taniya has made her debut in all international cricket in India in small cricket careers, and she plays as a wicketkeeper batsman in all three cricket formats.
Taniya Bhatia’s Cricket Career Achievements
- She started representing the U19 Women’s Cricket team for Punjab at the age of 11. And she has become India’s youngest Women’s cricketer to represent U19 Women’s Cricket.
- And after that, at the age of 13, she became the youngest player to play for Punjab’s senior team in the inter-state domestic tournament in 2011.
- She is the first female cricketer of Chandigarh who becomes a part of the International Women’s Cricket team.