Radha Yadav has made her name in books of history. Despite having very little resources she has turned out to be an outstanding cricketer.
Radha Yadav is a woman cricketer who represents team India. Radha was born on April 21, 2000. She plays for Mumbai, Baroda, and the West Zone in domestic cricket. It was on 10 January 2015, when Radha played her big domestic debut match against Kerala. Till now he has played four first-class matches, thirteen List A matches, and sixteen Women’s Twenty20 matches. Radha was born before the given time, as a result she was born premature. She was born in the fourth month. Kandivli (West), Mumbai is the place where he used to live in a 225-square-foot home behind her father’s vegetable stall. It was outside of the society which was developed under the scheme run under government as Slum Redevelopment Area (SRA).
Shri Omprakash Yadav, father of Radha Yadav comes from the Jaunpur district situated in Uttar Pradesh. Radha began playing cricket in the compound of a society with boys from her young age. There, Prafful Naik noticed her and began training her from then. She was 12 years old when she started training from her coach Prafful Naik. In 2013, Prafful transferred Radha from Anandibai Damodar Kale Vidyalaya to Our Lady of Remedies (Kandivali). She used to attend Vidya Kunj School. On 13 February 2018, she played her Women’s Twenty20 International (WT20I) debut match for India Women against South Africa Women. She was also selected to India’s team for the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20 competition which took place in the West Indies in October 2018. She grabbed eight wickets in five matches, and became India’s joint-leading wicket-taker in the competition.
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She was selected to India’s team for the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. The World Cup took place in Australia in January 2020. Radha became the first T20 player in Women’s T20 Challenge history to capture 5 wickets during the final Women’s T20 Challenge 2020 match between Trailblazers and Supernovas o n November 9, 2020. She was also selected to India’s Women’s One Day International (WODI) team for their series against South Africa in February 2021. It was on 14 March 2021, Radha played her Women’s One Day International (WODI) debut match for India against South Africa. She was then selected to India’s Test team for a one-off match going to be played against England women’s cricket team in May 2021.
Radha also played for the Sydney Sixers in the 2021 Women’s Big Bash League. She was selected to India’s team for the cricket event at the 2022 Commonwealth Games which took place in Birmingham, England, in July 2022. She has played a total of 67 matches including two formats of the game. She has played most of the matches of her career in T20 Internationals. She has played 67 matches, where she took 68 wickets with an economy rate of 6.61. She has played only a single One Day International match and was unable to take any wicket there. Radha was once selected for the Test team but didn’t get the chance to play. She is a young and a promising bowler, who has the ability to grab wickets.
Radha yadav’s net worth is estimated to be INR 8 crores (approx.).
Radha Yadav’s annual salary is 10 lakhs along with 15 lakhs for each Test match, 6 lakhs for each ODI match and 3 lakhs for each T20 match played in a year.
Radha Yadav’s franchise fee is INR 40 lakhs as she was sold to Delhi Capitals in WPL 2023.
Radha is seen endorsing brands like Nike and Fire Boltt.
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