Himanshu Rana (Cricketer) Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Facts & More

Himanshu Rana

Full NameHimanshu Jaikanwar Rana
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 168 cm
in meters- 1.68 m
in feet inches- 5’ 6”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 60 kg
in pounds- 132 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 40 inches
- Waist: 30 inches
- Biceps: 12 inches
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
International DebutODI- N/A
Test- N/A
T20- N/A
U-19- 10 November 2017 against Malaysia U19 at Kuala Lumpur
Jersey Number# 21 (U19 India)
Domestic/State TeamHaryana
Favourite ShotStraight Drive
Personal Life
Date of Birth1 October 1998
Age (as in 2017)19 Years
Birth PlaceSonipat, Haryana, India
Zodiac sign/Sun signLibra
HometownSonipat, Haryana, India
SchoolLittle Angels Sr. Sec. School, Sonipat, Haryana
CollegeNot Known
Educational QualificationNot Known
FamilyFather- Jaikanwar Rana
Mother- Name Not Known
Brother- Sumit Nara
Sister- Not Known
Coach/MentorSanjeev Malhotra
HobbiesListening to Music, Travelling
Favourite Things
Favourite Cricketer(s)Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag
Girls, Family & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsNot Known

Himanshu Rana

Some Lesser Known Facts About Himanshu Rana

  • Does Himanshu Rana smoke?: Not Known
  • Does Himanshu Rana drink alcohol?: Not Known
  • Rana is a right-handed batsman and occasional right-arm medium pace bowler.
  • When he was eight years old, his father brought him to Malhotra’s Sankalp Cricket Academy in Sonipat, Haryana.
  • His coach, Sanjeev Malhotra got impressed with his straight and drive shots.
  • At the age of 16, Rana made his Ranji Trophy debut in 2015 and scored 80 runs against Delhi. In the same match, Virendra Sehwag scored 147 for the opposition.
  • In the first-class cricket, he made his maiden century of 149 against Rajasthan.
  • In October 2015, he scored a career-best 157 against Maharashtra in the first match of the 2015–16 Ranji Trophy.
  • Rana was also among the most probable cricketers to play the 2016 U-19 Cricket World Cup. However, he was diagnosed with dengue during the camp in Kolkata and had to be sent home.
  • He led the 15-member Indian U-19 team in the fourth edition of the Asia Cup.
  • With 283 runs in five matches, he bagged the ‘Man of the Series’ award in the 2016 Asia Cup.
  • In 2018, he was selected in the U-19 Indian Cricket Team to play the World Cup in New Zealand.