|Physical Stats & More|
|citation Height (approx.)||in centimeters– 167 cm
in meters– 1.67 m
in feet & inches– 5’ 6”
|International Debut||Yet to make|
|Domestic/State Team||• Delhi
• Rajasthan Royals
|Coach/Mentor||Satish Pokhriyal The Statesman|
|Batting Style||Left-hand bat|
|Date of Birth||17 October 1999 (Sunday)|
|Age (as in 2020)||21 Years|
|Birthplace||Ram Nagar, Uttarakhand|
|Hometown||Village Rooppur, Ram Nagar, Uttarakhand|
|School||Bal Bhavan International School|
|University||The University of Delhi Facebook|
|Relationships & More|
Father– Virendra Pal Singh
Mother– Name not known
|Siblings||Brother– Prashant Rawat|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Anuj Rawat
- Anuj Rawat was born into a middle-class farmer family in a small village of Uttarakhand. His father was a farmer.
- His formative years were spent in his native village. He used to go for cricket practice in a small cricket academy a few 5 km away from his home.
- Seeing his cricketing talent in childhood, Anuj’s coach advised his father to shift him to Delhi, where he can get professional cricket training.
- His father had dreamt of becoming a professional cricketer when he was in his childhood. He thought of fulfilling his dream through his kid, so he sent Anuj to Delhi to make a professional career in cricket.
- In spite of their weak economic condition, Anuj’s family continued to fund for his cricket training.
- His family’s struggle paid off when he debuted in first-class cricket in a match against Assam on 6 October 2017. ESPN Now, Anuj started managing his expenses on his own.
- He was a part of the India U19 team that won the Asia Cup 2018.
- He captained the India U19 team in a 2-matches series against Sri Lanka in 2018.
- On 21 February 2019, he made his Twenty20 debut for Delhi in the 2018–19 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. ESPN
- On 4 October 2019, he played his first List-A cricket match for Delhi in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy 2019-20.
- During the player auctions for IPL 2020, Anuj Rawat was bought by the Rajasthan Royals for INR 80 lakh.
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