|Full Name||Rishabh Rajendra Pant|
|Profession||Cricketer (Batsman, Wicket-keeper)|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 170 cm
in meters- 1.70 m
in feet inches- 5’ 7”
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms- 65 kg
in pounds- 143 lbs
|Body Measurements (approx.)||- Chest: 40 inches
- Waist: 30 inches
- Biceps: 14 inches
|International Debut||Test- 18 August 2018 vs England at Nottingham
ODI- 21 October 2018 vs West Indies at Guwahati
T20- 1 February 2017 vs England at Bengaluru
|Jersey Number||# 77 (India)
|Domestic/State Team(s)||Delhi, Delhi Daredevils|
|Coach/Mentor||Tarak Sinha Sport Star Live|
|Batting Style||Left-hand bat|
|Favourite Shot||Pull Shot|
|Records (main ones)||• In the 2016 Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh, he was India's 2nd highest run-scorer with 267 runs.
• In the 2016 Under-19 World Cup, he scored the fastest half-century (18 balls).
• In the 2016–17 Ranji Trophy, Pant scored 308 runs against Maharashtra and became the 3rd youngest Indian and 4th overall, to hit a triple century in first-class cricket.
• In November 2016, Pant scored the fastest century (in 48 balls) in the Ranji Trophy, against Jharkhand.
• In 2018, he became the 1st Indian and 6th overall player to take 7 catches on Test debut as a wicket-keeper.
• In 2018, he became the 1st Indian and 12th overall player to hit a six as the first scoring shot on Test debut.
• The first ever Indian-wicketkeeper to score a century in England.
• In 2018, he became the 1st Indian wicketkeeper to score a century in the fourth innings of a Test.
|Awards, Achievements||2018- Emerging Player of IPL 11, Stylish Player Award|
|Career Turning Point||His performance in the 2016 U19 World Cup|
|Date of Birth||4 October 1997|
|Age (as in 2018)||21 Years|
|Birthplace||Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Libra|
|Hometown||Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India|
|School||The Indian Public School, Dehradun|
|College/University||Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi University, New Delhi|
|Educational Qualification||Not Known|
|Hobbies||Listening to Music, Swimming|
|Relationships & More|
|Parents||Father- Rajendra Pant (Died in 2017)
Mother- Saroj Pant
Sister- Sakshi Pant (Elder)
|Favourite Cricketer(s)||MS Dhoni, Adam Gilchrist Scroll|
|Favourite Cricket Ground||Lord’s in London Sport Star Live|
|Favourite Actor(s)||Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan|
|Favourite Actress||Shraddha Kapoor Sport Star Live|
|Favourite Film||Baghban Sport Star Live|
|Favourite Song||"Helplessly" by Tatiana Manaois Sport Star Live|
|Favourite Football Club||Manchester United FC|
|Favourite Book||Panchatantra by Vishnu Sharma Sport Star Live|
|Favourite Destination||Australia Sport Star Live|
|Car Collection||Mercedes-Benz GLC
|Salary (approx.)||IPL 11- ₹15 crore (as in 2018)|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Rishabh Pant
- Does Rishabh Pant smoke?: No
- Does Rishabh Pant drink alcohol?: Not Known
- Rishabh always wanted to be a cricketer and grew-up idolizing Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman, Adam Gilchrist.
- At the age of 12, he moved from Roorkee to Delhi for professional coaching in cricket. Initially, he was enrolled at the Sonnet Club, where his childhood coach Tarak Sinha suggested him to move to Rajasthan for better opportunities in cricket.
- He represented the Rajasthan at U-14 and U-16 level. He faced discrimination in the Rajasthan cricket circle for being an outsider and was thrown out of an academy.
- To save his cricketing career, he moved from Rajasthan to Delhi, which proved to be the right move for him; as he played exceptionally well for Delhi at various age-level tournaments, and made his first-class debut for Delhi in 2015.
- When he started playing for the India-A team, its coach Rahul Dravid played a big role in grooming his batting skills as he used to spend long hours with Pant to improve his batting.
- In 2016, Delhi Daredevils bought him for ₹1.9 crore from a base price of ₹10 lakhs.
- He holds the record for the fastest 50 in the U19 World Cup history (18 balls) in 2016.
- In 2017, his father passed away due to a cardiac arrest, and just two days after cremating his father, he showed exemplary character by making 57 runs for Delhi Daredevils in an IPL match.
- He is known to be a prankster yet an emotional person.
- According to his coach, Tarak Sinha, it was Ashish Nehra who had first discovered his ability to represent India player almost a decade before he represented India.
- In 2018, he won the ‘Emerging Player of the Season’ award for his splendid performance in IPL 11 for Delhi Daredevils as he was the 2nd highest run-scorer in the tournament with 684 runs, hit the most number of 6s (37) and 4s (68) as well.
- He has a strange record to his name. During his debut Test series against England in 2018 where he failed to open his account after facing 29 balls, which became the joint-longest duck for India in Tests alongside Suresh Raina and Irfan Pathan.
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