Siddarth Kaul (cricketer) Girlfriend, Weight, Height, Age, Records and More

Updated on: Aug 13, 2018 6:21 pm IST

  • Siddarth Kaul
    (Indian Cricketer)

    A tall hit-the-deck bowler, Siddarth Kaul burst onto the scene when he took a fifer in his maiden Ranji Trophy game back in 2007-08 season. The performances in the Ranji Trophy were followed by his 10 scalps; the joint highest for India, but it was the ‘slide on the turf’ celebration after winning the title that became synonymous with the arm-band clad Punjab speedster. Constant injuries  post the 2008 World Cup put the lancy fast-bowler on the sidelines till 2012 but Kaul kept pegging away in the domestic circuit for Punjab. With 182 wickets in 63 First-class games, Kaul has been a constant performer at the domestic level, but his big moment eventually came during the 2018 IPL. The right-hand bowler rose from the shadows of Bhuvneshwar Kumar to spearhead the SRH attack. With 21 scalps, it was only a matter of time before selectors rewarded the Punjab speedster for his performances; and Kaul finally realized his dream when he was named into India’s limited-overs squad for the tour of the UK in early June this year.

    Siddarth Kaul
    Nickname: Sidda
    Autobiography: NA
    Biopic: NA
    Physical Appearance
    Height (approx.): 5’7″
    Weight (approx.): 70 kg
    Eye Colour: Brown
    Hair Colour: Black
    Tattoos Yes
    Personal Life
    Date of Birth: 19 May 1990
    Age (as on 2018): 28 years
    Birth Place: Pathankot, Punjab, India
    Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Tauraus
    Nationality: Indian
    School: Delhi Public School, New Delhi
    College: NA
    Educational Qualifications: NA
    Signature: NA

    Father: Tej Kaul (Physiotherapist)
    Mother: Sandhya Kaul (Gymnastics Coach)
    Sister: None
    Brother: Uday Kaul
    Coach/Mentor: N/A
    Religion: Hinduism
    Address Chandigarh, India
    Cricket Career
    International Debut:
    Test: Not yet
    ODI: July 12, 2018, vs England at Lord’s
    T20: June 29, 2018, vs Ireland at the Village
    Jersey Number: #6 (India), #6 (IPL, County Cricket)
    Domestic/State Team: Indian Cricket Tem, Punjab, Sunrisers Hyderabad
    Nature on the field: Aggressive
    Likes to play against: Pakistan
    Favourite Shot: NA

    • A member of the 2008 U-19 World Cup winning side under Kohli, Kaul had a pivotal role to play in India’s title winning heist. With an average of 15, Kaul was the joint leading wicket-taker for the Men in Blue with ten wickets in five matches to his name alongside Ravindra Jadeja.
    • Kaul, though, shot into prominence when he picked up a fifer in his debut First Class match for Punjab in the 2007-08 Ranji Trophy season.
    • Kaul was the second highest wicket-taker of the 2012-13 Ranji Trophy tournament.
    • After being overshadowed by Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the initial years of Kaul’s stint at SRH, the vile fast-bowler with a plethora of tricks at his disposal finally came into his own in the 2018 season. He finished with 21 wickets in the tournament and also the joint highest wicket-taker for his franchise that went on to play the finals against CSK.

    Career Turning Point: NA
    • Kaul turning-point was the 2018 IPL season. The vile fast-bowler showed admirable control and with a plethora of tricks at his disposal- the most revered ‘knuckle-ball’ and many other, Kaul proceeded to spearhead the SRH’s bowling attack in the absence of Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
    • His exploits in the IPL paved way for his International debut in both white-ball formats after Jasprit Bumrah got injured during a T20 in Ireland.

    Hobbies: Watching Football
    Favourite Football Club: Manchester United
    Smoking/Alcohol: NA

    Style Quotient
    Cars Collection: NA

    Girlfriends, Spouse and Children
    Marital Status: Unmarried
    Affairs/Girlfriends: NA
    Wife/Spouse: NA
    Marriage Date: NA
    Children: NA

    Net Worth: NA
    IPL earnings: 3.80 crore (in IPL 2018)

    Lesser Known Facts

    • Siddarth Kaul was the part of Virat Kohli’s U-19 World Cup winning team in Malaysia.
    • Kaul’s father, Tej Kaul, played Ranji Trophy for Jammu & Kasmir and has also worked as a trainer, as well as, a physiotherapist during the late 80s and early 90s.
    • His brother Uday, was also an U-19 player and toured with the India-U-19s during th3e 2006 tour to the UK.
    • Kaul, was initially drafted in the Kolkata Knight Riders’ squad in the augural IPL season after his exploits in the 2008 U-19 World Cup.

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