Komal Zanzad (Indian Women Cricketer) Boyfriend, Records, Controversies, Age, Coach, Weight, Height and More
Updated on: Jul 30, 2019 3:57 pm IST
A remarkable left-arm pacer Komal Zanzad impressed the national selectors and started making headlines after her 9 wicket haul in the List A match last year. Her career-best figures 9-4-5-8-9 till now against Haryana in the BCCI Senior Women One Day 2017-18 was tremendous.
Her back to back impressive performance for Vidharbha and India Blue in Women’s Challengers Trophy in January earned her a place in Board’s President XI’s side for play practice to play against England women.
Name: Komal Zanzad
International Debut: Yet to do her debut
Jersey Number: NA
Major Teams: Velocity, Vidarbha Women
She was named in India’s Women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I) squad against England, in which she is one of two players from Vidarbha women, along with Bharati Fulamli made her place for the national team.
And in WT20I she played for Indian Board President’s Women XI side in 50 over a warm-up match and impressed the selector by picking up three wickets for 14 runs in seven overs.
Height (approx.): NA
Weight (approx.): NA
Eye Colour: Black
Hair Colour: Black
Date of Birth: July 10, 1991
Age (as of May 2019): 28 Year
Birth Place: Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Zodiac sign/Sun sign: NA
College: GH Raisoni College of Engineering
Educational Qualifications: Engineering
Father: Ravindra Zanzad
Marital Status: Unmarried
Marriage Date: NA
Address: Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Cricketers: Zaheer Khan
Lesser Known Facts
She grew up playing gully cricket in her locality. In an interview, she said she used to watch boys playing cricket in her colony and that’s when she started liking the game.
She was not interested in studies and was so much in sports but her parents insisted her to complete the graduation.
Moreover, she started her career cricket career at SB City Ground where she was coached under the guidance of Dalvi sir.
At the age of 15, she made her debut in cricket.
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