Categories: Player Bio
| On Updated : Aug 1, 2019 3:07 PM IST

Poonam Yadav (Indian Women Cricketer) Boyfriend, Records, Controversies, Age, Coach, Weight, Height and More

Poonam Yadav, daughter of a retired Indian Army Officer. Different from other girls, according to his father. She never afraid of injuries and always passionate about sports. Just because of her height she restricted from other option for a career in sports. But her cricket became her biggest strength when she started playing it. Her height becomes the advantage for her as later she bowls high, and that proves fatal for batsmen.

Initially, her father was against Poonam to pursue her career in sports. But, her coach Hemlata, supported her then showed how talented and extraordinary Poonam is and her father readily agreed and gave his full-fledged support to his daughter.

Name: Poonam Yadav

Nickname: NA

Role: Bowler

Cricket Career

Picture Source: Unknown

International Debut

Test: vs. South Africa Women in Mysore on 6th November 2014

ODI: vs. Bangladesh Women in Ahmedabad on 12th April 2013

T20I: vs. Bangladesh Women in Vadodra on 05th April 2013

Jersey Number: #24 (India Women)

Major Teams: India Women, Supernovas

Early Career

She picked up two wickets in 10 overs just by giving 23 runs against Sri Lanka in the ICC Women World Cup 2017.

Physical Appearance

Picture Source: Unknown

Height (approx.): 5ft 1in

Weight (approx.): 50kg

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Personal Life

Date of Birth: 24th August 1991

Age (as of May 2019): 26 Year

Birth Place: Agra Uttar Pradesh India

Nationality: Indian

Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Virgo

School: NA

College: NA

Educational Qualifications:  NA


Father: Raghuveer Singh Yadav (Retired Army Officer)

Mother: Munna Devi

Sister: NA

Brother: NA

Marital Status: Unmarried

Husband: NA

Marriage Date: NA

Coach/Mentor: Hemlata Kala

Religion: Hinduism

Address: Agra Uttar Pradesh India


Picture Source: Facebook

Hobbies: Listening to music

Cricketers: NA

Lesser Known Facts

From her childhood, she was interested in sports, but once her father was not letting her play cricket, then her mentor said her father that she got some strong skills and she would play big one day for India, and after that, he never stopped her for playing.

Because of her height, she didn't fit in any other sports but proved a good USP in cricket.

Till June 2017, 30% of her wickets in ODI and 20% in T20I against right hand have come through stumpings.

Also, Read Taniya Bhatia (Indian Women Cricketer) Biography by Clicking Here

SELECT * FROM `team_soccer_post_view_counter` where post_id=104816 AND session_id='' AND ip_address=''