Hailing from Hapur, Uttar Pradesh, Kartik Tyagi is an Indian cricketer who began pursuing his passion for cricket at the young age of 13. With his skills, he soon ranked to play for the state under-14 and under-16 teams. He brilliantly showed his side of talent in the Under-19 team as well. He continued with his staggering performance after which he got selected in Ranji Trophy before the Under-19 call. However, the Hapur boy met an injury where he was forced to take his name out of the game but the skillful Tyagi knew his way and again he became part of the team and excelled in matches.
Kartik was born to a farmer family and with a lot of hardship and struggle, he made his way in the national team. Kartik believes his father’s support led him to such a big level. Moreover, Kartik was bought by Rajasthan Royals in the 2020 IPL Auction ahead of the 2020 Indian Premier League for 1.3 Crore.
Ever since the selection in the Under-19 team for the World Cup, the Tyagi family could not hide their emotions. Kartik belongs hails from a poor background but his father(a small farmer) never stopped him from pursuing his passion. He worked hard to provide him expensive kits and the best facilities.
Father: Yogendra Tyagi
Kartik Tyagi has played in under U-14 UP, U-16 Vijay Merchant Trophy, Veenu Mockad Trophy, Cooch Vihar Trophy, Ranji Trophy. With his outstanding talent, he grabbed the attention of selectors. He has now played in international matches against England, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan and gave them a taste of his sharp bowling.