|Full name||Dhawal Sunil Kulkarni|
10 December 1988 |
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Bowling style||Right-arm medium|
|Domestic team information|
|Source: espncricinfo, 23 December 2016|
In first class cricket, he plays for Mumbai and in the Indian Premier League, he plays for Gujarat Lions . Based on his consistent performance in the domestic season and the IPL, he was selected for the Indian Test team for the away series against New Zealand in 2009. But he was not selected to play in any of the three Test matches of the series.
In the 2012-13 Ranji Trophy, he was one of the key faces to make Mumbai the Ranji Trophy champions for the 40th time. He took 5/33 against the Services in the Semi-final, after scoring 20* in the 1st innings. He followed it up with 4/24 and 5/32 against 1st time finalists Saurashtra to bowl them out for 148 and 82, and thus ensure a win by an innings and 125 runs in the final. He was rewarded with a chance in the India A cricket squad. He was selected for the quadrangular series in 2014 where he played a key role for India winning the cup.
In was included in the Test squad for the tour of New Zealand in 2009 but didn't make a debut. Following this success of quadrangular series in 2014 he was selected for the ODI squad for England tour. He made his One Day International debut in the 4th ODI against England in September 2014 at Edgbaston. He made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut against Zimbabwe at Harare on 20 June 2016.
He studied in IES New English School (Bandra) till VIII STD. And then joined, the IES VN Sule Guruji (Dadar). He got married to Shraddha Kharpude, On 3 March 2016. He is the elder son of Sunil Kulkarni & Pramila Kulkarni. He has a sister, Dhanashree Kulkarni.
- "Dhawal Kulkarni receives maiden call-up | India Cricket News | ESPN Cricinfo". Content.cricinfo.com. Retrieved 2012-08-03.
- "India tour of Zimbabwe, 2nd T20I: Zimbabwe v India at Harare, Jun 20, 2016". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
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