Jasprit Bumrah Stats, Family, Net Worth, Age, Wife, Height, Awards

 

Jasprit Bumrah is a really uncommon kind. He is a seamer who thrives on Yorkers, despite his unusual bowling motion, in which his bowling arm never bends at any time throughout his delivery stride. Bumrah is a breath of fresh air in an age when the use of the yorker has practically been forgotten.

Bumrah originally rose to prominence during the 2013 IPL season. He rebounded after being hammered for three boundaries in his first four deliveries to end with 3 for 32, including the wicket of Virat Kohli, in his Mumbai Indians debut against Royal Challengers Bangalore. Since then, Bumrah has made rapid and spectacular improvements. Bumrah rose up the ranks after establishing himself as the spearhead of Gujarat's speed assault. He also represented India A. But, until destiny knocked on Bumrah's door, an international call-up appeared implausible.

 

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Bumrah made his international debut after two injuries — first to Mohammed Shami and then to his substitute Bhuvneshwar Kumar — and a missing trip (Bumrah was meant to go to Adelaide but ended up flying to Sydney instead). He took advantage of his lucky break by impressing with his speed, control, and ability to bowl Yorkers. To make his mark on the greatest platform, he got 2 for 40 in his ODI debut and 3 for 23 in his T20I debut. He was included in India's teams for the Asia Cup T20 2016 and the ICC World T20 2016.

Talking about Bumrah fastest ball, he has the distinction of being the first Indian pacer to capture five wickets in the same year in England, Australia, and South Africa. Despite his brief run-up, he had enough power to throw a 153 mph ball. In some of the fastest balls, Bumrah bowling speed is estimated at around 150.41km/h. Bum Bum Bumrah, who just came into the scene a few years ago, is already one of the top bowlers in the world.

Jasprit Bumrah Height and Physical Appearance

  • Height: 5’9”
  • Weight: 70 kilograms
  • Eye color: Black
  • Hair color: Black

Jasprit Bumrah Family

In 1993, Bumrah was born into a middle-class Sikh Ramgarhia family in Ahmadabad, Gujarat. Jasprit Bumrah age is 27 and 6th December is Bumrah birthday. Bumrah father, Jasbir Singh, died when he was just seven years old. His mother, Daljit Kaur, and his sister, Juhika Bumrah, reared him on their own. Bumrah mother worked as a principal at Nirman High School in Ahmedabad, where he completed his education. Bumrah has always had his family's complete support, and they have always been his source of inspiration. Without a question, he has made his entire family proud.

On March 15th, 2021, Jasprit Bumrah married TV personality Sanjana Ganesan in Goa. Jasprit Bumrah wife, Sanjana Ganesan, won Femina Officially Gorgeous and went on to compete in Femina Miss India Pune, where she was a finalist.

Jasprit Bumrah Net Worth

In 2021, Jasprit Bumrah net worth is estimated to be $5 million (Rs. 37 crores). Cricket was the main source of his income and net worth. Mr. Jasprit Bumrah's brand value is also quite high, and he is regarded as the most respected player in the world. He also makes a lot of money from the Indian Premier League and different international and national cricket matches. He also promotes a number of products for which he receives a substantial fee.

Jasprit Bumrah's net worth is projected to have increased by 40% in the last several years, as has his income. In simple terms, net worth is current assets minus current liabilities. Since 2013, he has been playing for Mumbai Indians, Bumrah IPL price 2020-2021 was 70,000,000.

Jasprit Bumrah Records

  • With 21 wickets, he ended the series as the series' leading wicket-taker.
  • He ended the year with 48 wickets, a record for an Indian bowler in his first year of Test cricket.
  • The ICC selected him to the World Test XI and the ODI XI for his 2018 efforts.

Jasprit Bumrah Awards

  • ICC Test Team of the Year in 2018
  • ICC Men’s T20I Team of the Decade (2011-20)
  • ICC ODI Team of the Year (2017, 2018)