At the same time, some bowlers have made their names and have shown their impacts even in these conditions, which are heavy batting friendly. Over the last five years, Indian cricket has got some stunning fast bowling options. It is one of the rare sights for India that they have to pick and choose different fast bowling options for different formats.
Avesh Khan is that one name from the Indian circuit, which is a very young, exciting first bowler. He was born on 13 December 1996 and has made A Remarkable impact on Indian Cricket at the domestic level.
It is being said that the right arm quick has got all the ingredients to become one of the most Lethal and complete pace bowlers in the coming times for India. The most impressive thing about him is his ability to bowl in different situations. He has got variations and bowls consistently on one channel.He clocks 140 km per hour on the speedometer. He seems to be a typical modern-day fast bowler who is versatile and can bowl off cutters, leg cutters, and bowls very well directed yorkers at the death.
Family Background of Avesh Khan:
Avesh belongs from typical Indian middle-class family whose child has always been ambitious about playing cricket. We know that cricket in India is nothing less than a religion. The amount of craze people havefor this game is just unbelievable.
He started playing cricket at a very young age under the supervision of his father, Ashique Khan, who used to play cricket at the local level. His father has worked as a financial manager in his life. His brother’s name is Asad khan, who is a digital market analyst.
It has been seen that in the last two years, Avesh has got a rise in his cricketing journey. One of the reasons for that could be his father’s immense and perspired efforts to make him believe that he could represent Indian colours at the International level.
Personal Information About Avesh Khan
|Full name||Avesh khan|
|Date of birth||13th December 1996|
|Hometown||Indore, Madhya Pradesh|
|School||Advanced academy, Indore|
|College||Renaissance college of commerce and management, Indore|
|Qualification||Bachelor of Commerce ( B.com)|
|T2oi Debut||Against west Indies in Feb 2022|
|Batting style||Right handed bat|
|Height||180 cm PPROX|
|Body measurements||Chest 38 inches Waist 30 inches|
|Eye color||Dark brown|
All formats Cricket Career of Avesh Khan:
Domestic Cricket of Avesh Khan:
Avesh Khan made his Ranji Trophy debut for Madhya Pradesh against Railways in the 2014-15 season. After that, his List A debut was done for Madhya Pradesh in Vijay Hazare Trophy on 5 February 2018. he was the leading Wicket taker for Madhya Pradesh with 35 scalps in 7 matches.
He was a part of the Indian Under 19 World Cup team in 2014. Though he only played a couple of matches in the tournament and just got one solitary wicket. He came back strongly in the next under-19 World Cup and was known to be the leader of the Indian pace attack.
In that tournament, he got 12 wickets at an average of 15.08 and ended up being India’s highest wicket-taker.
International career OF Avesh Khan:
Avesh Khan is only 22, so it can be assumed that he has got a lot of cricket left in him only if he maintains his performance and fitness.
His journey of getting into the squad of the Indian team began in 2021 January, for the first time against the England test series at home. He was one of those five net bowlers for India that gave enough practice to Indian batters.
In May 2021, he was also named one of the four stands by bowlers for the India test Squad for the final 2019-21 world test championship and the away series to follow after that. For the first time in November 2021, he was named in the India T20 squad against New Zealand that was to be played after the World Cup but in all those series, he did not get a chance to play.
He was also named in India’s One-day international Squad for the home series against West Indies but he is yet to make a debut in ODI cricket for India. Still, things are encouraging for him as a future in Indian cricket, so we will have to wait and see how much time he needs to explore and improve his game for other formats that could make him a permanent member of the Indian Cricket team.
IPL career of Avesh Khan:
The IPL journey of Avesh Khan began with Royal Challengers Bangalore when they bought him for 10 lakhSin the 2017 Indian Premier League.
After making his IPL debut for RCB, he was picked by Delhi Capitals for 75 lakhs, and that franchise for the IPL 2020 retained him.
His biggest success story in IPL came with Delhi capitals in 2021 when he finished as the highest Wicket taker for them. Because of this incredible performance, Lucknow Super Giant has picked for the upcoming IPL season a whopping amount of 10 crores. It is the most expensive uncapped player in the history of IPL.
It is a real boost to his cricketing growth, not only the amount he is picked but also the remarkable consistency he showed last year; he seems to be one of the front line pace bowlers for Lucknow Super Giants.
This journey in IPL is immaculate because he hasn’t played a lot of international cricket yet he has made his name in IPL cricket as a promising young fast bowler.
The IPL stats have 25 matches so far and taken 29 wickets with his best bowling figures of 3 for 13 at an economy of 8.23.
Achievements of Avesh Khan:
- He made his List A debut for Madhya Pradesh in 2017-18, Ranji Trophy on 5 February 2018.
- His best bowling figures are against Bangladesh under -19, in which he picked 4wickets by just giving away 4 runs in 6 overs and those overs, 3 were maidens.
- He has been pic by Lucknow Super Giants for a magnetism amount of 10 crores for this upcoming IPL.
Social media handles of Avesh Khan:
Yes 146 K followers on Instagram
He has 7307 followers on twitter
- What is the bowling speed of Avesh Khan?
He consistently clocked 145kph, the fastest was measured at 149, matching his colleagues Rabada and Nortje for pace.
- Where is Avesh Khan from?
- Is Avesh Khan a swing bowler?
Avesh is a nippy seam bowler who can move the new ball consistently, he can also generate extra bounce off the length.