ABHIMANYU MITHUN complete information

ABHIMANYU MITHUN complete information

ABHIMANYU MITHUN

 

 

 

Personal information

Full name Abhimanyu Mithun

Born October 25, 1985

Playing role Bowler

Height 6 ft. 2 in (1.88 m)

International information

National side

India

Test debut       18 July 2010 v Sri Lanka

Last Test         28 June 2011 v West Indies

ODI debut (cap 180)  27 February 2010 v South Africa

Last ODI         11 December 2011 v West Indies

Domestic team information

Years   Team

2008–  Karnataka

2009    Royal Challengers Bangalore

2015    Mumbai Indians

2016–present   Sunrisers Hyderabad

Career statistics

Competition    Test     ODI     FC       LA

Matches           4          5          61        67

Runs scored    120      51        1087    357

Batting average           24.00   17.00   19.07   12.75

100s/50s          0/0       0/0       0/3       0/0

Top score         46        24        63*      34

Balls bowled   720      180      11224  3437

Wickets           9          3          211      97

Bowling average         50.66   67.66   28.37   29.90

5 wickets in innings    0          0          8          0

10 wickets in match    0          n/a       2          n/a

Best bowling   4/105   2/32     6/36     3/25

Catches/stumpings      0/0       1/–       11/–     6/–

Source: Cricket Archive, 27 February 2015

Abhimanyu Mithun (born 25 October 1989) is an Indian cricketer. In first class cricket, he plays for Karnataka.

 

A right-arm fast-medium bowler, Mithun was called up to the India squad for the first Test against South Africa in 2009–10, only ten weeks after making his first-class debut. He has also played in the IPL for Royal Challengers Bangalore.

 

Playing career

As a teenager, Mithun was a [Javelin] thrower, competing at state-level. Despite training at his father’s gym throughout his teens, he failed to progress with his discus throwing, and a friend suggested that he join a cricket camp. Until the age of 17, he hadn’t bowled with a leather ball.

 

Royal Challengers Bangalore’s head coach Ray Jennings eulogised about him, describing him as an “express bowler”, but he had a quiet IPL. His first-class debut reinvigorated the potential; he claimed six wickets in the first innings, followed by five wickets in the second, including a hat-trick. During the ensuing season, he displayed his credentials, claiming another five-wicket haul, and taking 47 wickets to finish as the highest wicket-taker in the 2009–10 Ranji Trophy.

 

His call-up to the India national cricket team to replace the injured Sreesanth came little more than ten weeks after his first-class debut, but his Karnataka coach Sanath Kumar was not surprised; “From day one we knew he had the potential, he has the pace, bowling around 140 km h, and he has performed in every game, whether it is junior cricket or first-class cricket.

 

He made his debut in One Day Internationals in the third and final one day match against South Africa in the 2010 season. His Test debut was against Sri Lanka on 18 July 2010, at Galle, in which he claimed four wickets. He batted at No. 11 in the first innings, but after looking more solid than his fellow bowlers, he was promoted to No. 9 in the second innings and scored 25.

 

“But he was not given proper chances to play for India but he is good consistent bowler. In the 2015 Indian Premiere League, it was announced that he would be playing for Mumbai Indians as a good death bowler.

 

In July 2018, he was named in the squad for India Red for the 2018–19 Duleep Trophy.

 

Personal life

Abhimanyu mithun married with Rayane

 

 

Personal life of 

Raadhika was born to veteran actor and comedian M. R. Radha and Geetha Radha. She has a younger sister named Nirosha, who is also an actress married to actor Ramki and an older stepbrother named Radha Ravi. She is married to actor Sarath Kumar, with whom she has a son named Rahul born in 2004. She has married twice prior to her marriage with actor Sarathkumar. Her first marriage to the Malayalee actor-cum-director, Pratap K. Pothan, ended in divorce. As did her second marriage to Richard Hardy, who is a British national and by whom she has a daughter named Rayanne Hardy.

Abhimanyu Mithun married his girlfriend Rayane, the daughter of actress Radhika on August 28, 2016. Their wedding was graced by the cricket and politics fraternity.  And welcome their son on June 7 2018.

 

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Royal Challengers Bangalore’s head coach Ray Jennings eulogised about him, describing him as an “express bowler”, but he had a quiet IPL. His first-class debut reinvigorated the potential; he claimed six wickets in the first innings, followed by five wickets in the second, including a hat-trick. During the ensuing season, he displayed his credentials, claiming another five-wicket haul, and taking 47 wickets to finish as the highest wicket-taker in the 2009–10 Ranji Trophy.

 

His call-up to the India national cricket team to replace the injured Sreesanth came little more than ten weeks after his first-class debut, but his Karnataka coach Sanath Kumar was not surprised; “From day one we knew he had the potential, he has the pace, bowling around 140 km h, and he has performed in every game, whether it is junior cricket or first-class cricket.

 

He made his debut in One Day Internationals in the third and final one day match against South Africa in the 2010 season. His Test debut was against Sri Lanka on 18 July 2010, at Galle, in which he claimed four wickets. He batted at No. 11 in the first innings, but after looking more solid than his fellow bowlers, he was promoted to No. 9 in the second innings and scored 25.

 

“But he was not given proper chances to play for India but he is good consistent bowler. In the 2015 Indian Premiere League, it was announced that he would be playing for Mumbai Indians as a good death bowler.

Abhimanyu Mithun Explore Abhimanyu Mithun’s performance Batting and fielding averages

Mat      Inns     NO      Runs    HS       Ave     BF       SR       100      50        4s         6s         Ct        St

Tests Insights on test  4          5          0          120      46        24.00   249      48.19   0          0          16        0          0            0

ODIs Insights on odi  5          3          0          51        24        17.00   55        92.72   0          0          2          4          1            0

First-class        89        103      19        1613    89        19.20   2507    64.33   0          4          214      27        15        0

List A  82        48        14        440      34        12.94   475      92.63   0          0          34        18        15        0

T20s Insights on t20   53        25        8          92        12*      5.41     77        119.48 0          0          9          3          17            0

Bowling averages

Mat      Inns     Balls    Runs    Wkts    BBI     BBM   Ave     Econ    SR       4w       5w       10

Tests Insights on test  4          8          720      456      9          4/105   4/138   50.66   3.80     80.0     1          0          0

ODIs Insights on odi  5          5          180      203      3          2/32     2/32     67.66   6.76     60.0     0          0          0

First-class        89        161      15111  7995    284      6/36     11/110 28.15   3.17     53.2     13        11        2

List A  82        81        4094    3429    108      4/18     4/18     31.75   5.02     37.9     3          0          0

T20s Insights on t20   53        53        988      1403    48        5/37     5/37     29.22   8.52     20.5     0          1          0

Career statistics

Test debut       Sri Lanka v India at Galle, Jul 18-22, 2010 scorecard

Last Test         West Indies v India at Bridgetown, Jun 28-Jul 2, 2011 scorecard

Test statistics 

 

ODI debut      India v South Africa at Ahmedabad, Feb 27, 2010 scorecard

Last ODI         India v West Indies at Chennai, Dec 11, 2011 scorecard

ODI statistics

 

First-class debut          Uttar Pradesh v Karnataka at Meerut, Nov 3-6, 2009 scorecard

Last First-class            Karnataka v Mumbai at Belgaum, Nov 20-23, 2018 scorecard

List A debut    Karnataka v Tamil Nadu at Chennai, Mar 3, 2008 scorecard

Last List A      Karnataka v Punjab at Bengaluru, Oct 8, 2018 scorecard

T20s debut      Royal Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai Indians at Port Elizabeth, May 10, 2009 scorecard

Last T20s        Karnataka v Mumbai at Kolkata, Jan 25, 2018 scorecard

Recent matches

Bat & Bowl     Team   Opposition      Ground            Match Date     Scorecard

34*, 1/49, 2/22            Karnataka        v Mumbai        Belgaum            20 Nov 2018   FC

3/53, 0, 0/30    Karnataka        v Vidarbha      Nagpur            12 Nov 2018   FC

1*, 0/43           Karnataka        v Punjab          Bengaluru        8 Oct 2018      LA

–           Karnataka        v Railways      Bengaluru        4 Oct 2018      LA

1/24     Karnataka        v Vidarbha      Alur (2)           30 Sep 2018    LA

0, 1/51 Karnataka        v Baroda         Bengaluru        26 Sep 2018    LAs

1/81, 24           Karnataka        v Mumbai        Bengaluru        21 Sep 2018    LA

2/30     Karnataka        v Maharashtra Bengaluru        20 Sep 2018    LA

23, 2/24           Shivamogga    v Panthers       Mysore            29 Aug 2018   Other T20

4, 0/24 Shivamogga    v Mysuru-W    Mysore            28 Aug 2018   Other T20

Profile

Abhimanyu Mithun spent his early teenage years striving for success in athletics and the discus throw, and didn’t bowl with a leather ball until he was 17. Three years later, after a successful Ranji debut season in 2009-10, the fast bowler forced his way into the national squad for the Test series against South Africa, but didn’t make the playing XI. In the one-dayers against South Africa he debuted in Ahmedabad, and five months later debuted in Tests on the tour of Sri Lanka. Since then he has been in and out of the national squad, often called up as replacements for injured players.

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