Born on December 14, 1994, Kuldeep Yadav is a cricketer who plays for Uttar Pradesh. Kuldeep Yadav was born in a small village “Shiv Singh Khera” in unnao district. He is a slow left-arm Chinaman bowler. He has played for India Under-19 cricket team in the 2014 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup where he took a hat-trick against scotland and also impressed Pakistani legend Wasim Akram, who later took him to play for Kolkata Knight Riders.
He was a member of the Mumbai Indians squad in 2012 and signed up by the Kolkata Knight Riders in 2014. After good performance in 2014 Champions League Twenty20, Kuldeep gained much appreciation after good bowling in the tournament. He got the chance to play in Indian Cricket Team to play his first series against West Indies starting Oct 2014 but was not able to get a chance as West Indies withdraw the tour at half due to dispute between players and the board.
Yadav’s father Ram Singh Yadav is an owner of a brick kiln and they live in a rented apartment having shifted from their native village in Unnao to Kanpur, where there are better cricket coaching facilities, so that his talented son could pursue his dreams.
Presently, Yadav is considered to be the most talented young slow bowler in the Country. He impressed the BCCI’s National Selectors in the IPL-7, who later-on picked him to represent Team India.
Identify the Player:
Questions of this week:
1. Name the cricketer who scored century for J&K in the Ranji Trophy match against UP?
2. For which team David Warner played in IPL-7?
3. Who is the coach of cricketer Kuldeep Yadav?
4. Who is the president of Jammu & Kashmir Badminton Association?
5. Who is Mehraj-ud-Din Wadoo?
Answers of the last week:
1. 277 runs 2. Pune Warriors 3. Sanjay Bharadwaj 4. Vikas Gupta 5. Ace footballer from J&K.
The best entry of this week was received from Sanjay Dhar, R/o Lane No-1, H-No 3, Upper Laxmi Nagar, Sarwal, Jammu.
The other entries of the week were from Rajeev Kumar, Krishna Nagar, Jammu; Varun Gupta, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu; Ajay Pandita, Durga Nagar, Jammu; Sunil Singh, Samba and Aryan Kotwal, Udhampur.