Poonam Yadav (Cricketer) Height, Weight, Age, Boyfriend, Biography & More

Poonam Yadav

Real NamePoonam Yadav
ProfessionIndian Women Cricketer (Bowler)
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 155 cm
in meters- 1.55 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 1”
Weight (approx.)in Kilograms- 50 kg
in Pounds- 110 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.)32-26-32
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
International DebutTest- 16 November 2014 vs South Africa Women in Mysore
ODI- 12 April 2013 vs Bangladesh Women in Ahmedabad
T20- 5 April 2013 vs Bangladesh Women in Vadodra
Coach/MentorHemlata Kala
Jersey Number #24 (India Women)
Domestic/State TeamsCentral Zone, Uttar Pradesh, Railways
Bowling StyleRight-arm leg-break
Batting StyleRight-hand bat
Records/Achievements (main ones)She claimed 2 wickets in her 10 overs giving away just 23 runs to save India from a loss against Sri Lanka in the ICC Women World Cup 2017.
Personal Life
Date of Birth24 August 1991
Age (as in 2017)26 Years
Birth PlaceAgra, Uttar Pradesh, India
Zodiac sign/Sun signVirgo
HometownAgra, Uttar Pradesh, India
SchoolNot Known
College/UniversityNot Known
Educational QualificationNot Known
FamilyFather: Raghuveer Singh Yadav (Retired Indian Army official)
Mother: Not Known
Brother: Not Known
Sister: Not Known
HobbiesListening to Music
Boys, Affair & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/BoyfriendsNot Known

Poonam Yadav bowling

Some Lesser Known Facts About Poonam Yadav

  • Does Poonam Yadav smoke: Not Known
  • Does Poonam Yadav drink alcohol: Not Known
  • She was always interested in sports, be it any. Her father describes that she never feared injuries or scars like most of the girls do. Her father was once adamant for not letting her play cricket, but once her mentor told him that the girl has got some real skills and that she would one day play for India, he never stopped her.
  • Her lack of height didn’t fit any other sport but proved to be a USP in cricket. Because of her small stature, she has to make a ball fly high up in the air so that it lands somewhere near the batsman. This trajectory proves to be fatal for batters as it goes even over their eye line, making them step out.
  • As of June 2017, 30% of her wickets in ODI and 20% in T20Is against right-handers have come through stumpings.