Sravanthi Naidu Birthday, Age, Family & Biography


Sravanthi Naidu

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BIRTHDAY 23 August, 1986
BIRTH PLACE Secunderabad , Telangana
COUNTRY India
AGE (in 2017) 31 Years Old
BIRTH SIGN Virgo
Last Updated on : August 22, 2017

Other Name: Sthalam Krishnamurth Sravanthi Naidu

Birthday Countdown, Age and Birthday Facts

31 years, 0 month, 29 days old age Sravanthi Naidu will turn 32 on 23 August, 2018. Only 11 months, 1 days, 9 hours, 53 minutes has left for her next birthday.



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About   Edit

Sthalam Krishnamurth Sravanthi Naidu was born on 23rd August 1986 in Secunderabad, India. She is referred as Sravanthi Naidu. She is an Indian Cricketer who has played in four women's One Day Internationals and one Test for India and was also a part of 6 t-20 internationals. She is an All-Rounder, a slow left arm bowler, and a middle order batsman.

Career

In domestic circuit, she plays for Hyderabad. After an impressive performance in domestic matches, she got selected for India and England series which held in India.  She made her Test debut in November 2005 against England Women, and with her orthodox left arm spin she trapped two fish and finished the first inning of test with figures of 2-30. She went wicket less in the second innings. But her performance earned her an ODI Cap and in the very same series, she made her ODI debut in December 2005 against England Women’s in Kolkata. She couldn’t do well in this match as she didn’t get the opportunity to bat and in bowling too, in the four over’s that she bowled she gave away 31 runs and also went wicket less. She couldn’t impress with her debut series and was subsequently dropped from the squad but she made a comeback four years later and played an ODI against New Zealand Women in 2009 at Sydney.
 
She got selected for the t-20 team that toured Bangladesh in 2014 and was also selected for the t-20 world cup in 2014. However, she couldn’t make a mark and was dropped from the squad. But with age on her side and the sheer hard work that she has been doing, she might be recalled to the India Women’s Cricket team.




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