Jasprit Bumrah

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Jasprit Bumrah
Bumrah addressing the media during the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Personal information
Full name
Jasprit Jasbirsingh Bumrah
Born (1993-12-06) 6 December 1993 (age 30)
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Height5 ft 9 in (175 cm)[1]
BattingRight-handed
BowlingRight-arm fast[a]
RoleBowler
Relations
Sanjana Ganesan (wife)
(m. 2021)
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 290)5 January 2018 v South Africa
Last Test15 February 2024 v England
ODI debut (cap 210)23 January 2016 v Australia
Last ODI19 November 2023 v Australia
ODI shirt no.93
T20I debut (cap 57)26 January 2016 v Australia
Last T20I20 August 2023 v Ireland
T20I shirt no.93
Domestic team information
YearsTeam
2012–presentGujarat
2013–presentMumbai Indians (squad no. 93)
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI T20I FC
Matches 35 89 62 63
Runs scored 251 91 8 431
Batting average 6.97 7.58 4.00 9.36
100s/50s 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1
Top score 34* 16 7 55*
Balls bowled 7,044 4,580 1,331 12,310
Wickets 157 149 74 249
Bowling average 20.39 23.55 19.66 22.34
5 wickets in innings 10 2 0 16
10 wickets in match 0 0 0 0
Best bowling 6/27 6/19 3/11 6/27
Catches/stumpings 13/– 18/– 7/– 22/–
Medal record
Men's Cricket
Representing  India
ICC Cricket World Cup
Runner-up 2023 India
ICC Champions Trophy
Runner-up 2017 England & Wales
ICC World Test Championship
Runner-up 2019–2021
ACC Asia Cup
Winner 2016 Bangladesh
Winner 2018 UAE
Winner 2023 Pakistan and Sri Lanka
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 18 February 2024

Jasprit Jasbirsingh Bumrah (born 6 December 1993) is an Indian international cricketer who plays for the Indian cricket team in all formats of the game. A right-arm fast bowler with a unique bowling action, Bumrah is widely regarded as one of the best bowlers in the world and as one of the greatest fast bowlers India has ever produced.[4] He plays for Gujarat in domestic cricket and for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Bumrah is the fastest Indian pacer to take 150 wickets in Test cricket and the second fastest Indian bowler to reach 100 wickets in One-Day International cricket. He also holds the record of scoring the highest runs in an over in Test cricket. As of February 2024, he is the highest-ranked bowler in the ICC Test player rankings and the first bowler to achieve the number one ranking in all three formats of the game.

Bumrah made his domestic debut in 2012–13 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and also helped his side clinch its maiden title victory. His first-class debut came against Vidarbha, during the 2013–14 season of the Ranji Trophy. Bumrah was signed by the Mumbai Indians (MI) for the 2013 season of the IPL. Since then, he has played for MI, contributing to the team's title wins five times. He is the second highest wicket-taker for MI, behind Lasith Malinga, with 145 wickets in 120 matches.

Bumrah made his international debut in January 2016 during India's tour of Australia, where he emerged as the highest wicket-taker of the T20I series. In 2016, he was the highest wicket-taker in a calender year in T20I cricket, with 28 wickets. His Test debut came in 2018 against South Africa. Since December 2023, he has served as the vice-captain of the Indian team in Test cricket and has also captained the team once in the absence of regular skipper Rohit Sharma. He has been named in the ICC Men's Test Team of the Year in 2018 and has also been named to the ICC Men's ODI Team of the Year in 2017 and 2018. Additionally, he was named in the ICC Men's T20I Team of the Decade for 2011–2020. He was awarded the Polly Umrigar Award by the BCCI twice, in 2018–19 and 2021–22. Also, he was named in the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2022.

Early life[edit]

Bumrah was born on 6 December 1993 into a Sikh Punjabi family in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.[5] His father, Jasbir Singh, ran a chemical business, while his mother, Daljeet Bumrah, worked as a school teacher. His father passed away when Bumrah was 5 years old due to Hepatitis B.[6][7] He was brought up by his mother in Ahmedabad, along with his sister Juhika, in a middle-class environment. Bumrah attended Nirman High School in Vastrapur, Ahmedabad, where his mother served as the vice principal. Bumrah grew up in a colony of apartment blocks called Goyal Intercity, where he used to play on the concrete floor of the car parking area with his neighborhood friends. He used to imitate the bowling action of great bowlers like Makhaya Ntini, Brett Lee, and Shahid Afridi. He aimed for the floor skirting because he discovered that the ball made the least sound when it hit the skirting, so as not to disturb his mom during her afternoon nap.[8][9]

Bumrah was 14 years old when he approached his mom with the request to become a cricketer. Initially surprised by Bumrah's request and saying no, Daljit later relented when Bumrah convinced her. She then asked Kishore Trivedi, father of former Gujarat and Rajasthan Royals fast bowler Siddharth Trivedi, to enroll Bumrah in his academy. This marked the beginning of Bumrah’s cricket journey.[6][10]

When I saw him in the nets for the first time, he troubled the batters with pace generated by his quick arm action and short run-up. I watched him bowl for about 10 minutes and was convinced that if we could guide him well, he had the talent to go far.

— Trivedi, commenting on seeing Bumrah play for the first time in nets.[10]

Trivedi advised Bumrah not to change his action. Consistently reaching 140 km/h, he became a local cricket sensation, causing rival batters to be afraid of his bowling whenever Nirman’s team played.[10] Daljit made an appearance in the 2019 Netflix documentary Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians, where she expressed her emotions on the cricketing success of her son.[11][12]

Youth and domestic career[edit]

Bumrah, when asked by Anil Patel, then secretary of the Central Board of Cricket, Ahmedabad, appeared at the under-19 selection trials. However, the selectors didn't include him in the main squad of 15 but named him as a reserve due to his unconventional bowling action. After the district team won the first three matches, all three reserve players were given a chance in the fourth three-day match. Bumrah took seven wickets in that match.[13]

A right-arm fast bowler from Gujarat with an unusual bowling action, Bumrah made his T20 debut against Maharashtra in the 2012–13 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, and also helped his side clinch the title with his Man of the Match performance. His figures of 3/14 were instrumental to Gujarat's win over Punjab in the final.[14] On 18 March 2013, during the match against Mumbai, former India coach John Wright, who was then the head coach of Mumbai Indians and scouting for the team at the time, was impressed by Bumrah's performance and invited him to sign up for the franchise.[12]

Bumrah played first-class cricket for Gujarat and made his debut against Vidarbha in October 2013 during the 2013–14 season, where he took seven wickets for 89 runs.[15] During the 2015–16 Vijay Hazare Trophy, after the first two matches, the umpires called him for throwing and raised objections about his bowling action. Although the issue was resolved when the team management protested against it.[13] Gujarat won the trophy, with Bumrah taking a five-wicket haul in the final against Delhi.[16] On 11 December 2020, he scored his maiden first class half century (55*) against Australia A during the India tour of Australia.[17]

International career[edit]

Jasprit Bumrah has the best and the most effective yorker among fast bowlers playing international cricket now.

– Cricket commentator and former fast bowler Wasim Akram, January 2019[18]

2016–2017: International debut[edit]

Bumrah made his ODI debut in January 2016 against Australia in the last match of the series, where he took his maiden ODI wicket – that of Steve Smith – and finished with figures of 2/40.[19] He made his T20I debut on the same tour in the first match of the series, taking his maiden T20I wicket – that of David Warner – and finished with figures of 3/23. He was the highest wicket-taker of the series with six wickets.[20] In February 2016, he took three wickets in the T20I series against Sri Lanka.[21]

Bumrah was named in India's 15-man squad for the 2016 ICC World Twenty20. He took a wicket in every single match of the tournament except against Bangladesh. In the semi-final, against West Indies, he took the important wicket of Chris Gayle but also gave away 42 runs, having an economy rate of 10.50.[22] He finished the tournament with four wickets at an average of 38.25 and an economy rate of 7.65.[23]

In India's tour of Zimbabwe in 2016, during the first match of the ODI series, Bumrah, who was playing his second ODI game, took 4 wickets for 28 runs.[24] He was the highest wicket-taker of the series with 9 wickets, including another four-wicket haul in the third match.[25][26] During the T20I series, he was the second highest wicket-taker with five wickets, including a three-wicket haul in the second match.[27][28] In the two-match T20I series against West Indies in August 2016, he became the bowler to claim the most wickets (28) in Twenty20 Internationals in one calendar year, surpassing the record of Dirk Nannes.[29] In October 2016, when New Zealand toured India, Bumrah took six wickets in the ODI series at an average of 22.00.[30]

In January 2017, in the second match of the T20I series during England's 2016–17 tour of India, Bumrah picked up two wickets, conceded 20 runs, and was awarded the Player of the Match. He emerged as the second leading wicket-taker of the series.[31][32] In the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, he went wicketless in the first two matches of the tournament. He finished the tournament as the second leading wicket-taker for India, after Bhuvneshwar Kumar.[33] During the 2017 Sri Lanka tour, Bumrah recorded the most wickets (15) taken by any fast bowler in a bilateral ODI series of five or fewer matches.[34] In February 2018, he became the highest-ranked bowler in the ICC Men's ODI player rankings, along with Afghanistani leg-spinner Rashid Khan.[35]

2018–2019: Test debut and World Cup[edit]

In November 2017, he was named in India's Test squad for their series against South Africa.[36] He made his Test debut for India against South Africa at Newlands in Cape Town on 5 January 2018.[37] In the third match of the series, at Johannesburg, Bumrah took his maiden five-wicket haul in Tests, with the figures of 5/54 from 18.5 overs.[38]

Jasprit Bumrah (fourth from left) fielding during India vs England, at Trent Bridge (August 2018)

During the 2018 Pataudi Trophy, in the third Test match, at Trent Bridge, he took his second five-wicket haul and finished with figures of 5/85 from 29 overs.[39] He was the fifth leading wicket-taker of the series with 14 wickets from three matches.[40]

On the Boxing Day Test of India Tour of Australia 2018, with career-best figures of 6/33, Bumrah became the first Asian bowler to take five-wicket hauls in Australia, England, and South Africa in the same calendar year[41] Overall, he finished the series as the joint highest wicket-taker with 21 wickets, alongside Australian bowler Nathan Lyon.[42] He concluded the year with 48 wickets, setting a record for an Indian bowler in his debut year in Test cricket.[43] For his performances in 2018, he was named in both the World Test XI and ODI XI by the ICC.[44]

In April 2019, he was named in India's squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.[45][46] The International Cricket Council (ICC) named him as one of the five exciting talents making their Cricket World Cup debut.[47] On 5 June 2019, in India's opening match of the tournament, against South Africa, Bumrah played in his 50th ODI match.[48] On 6 July 2019, in the match against Sri Lanka, Bumrah took his 100th wicket in ODIs and became the second-fastest Indian to do so after his teammate, Mohammed Shami, who is currently the fastest Indian to 100 ODI wickets.[49][50] He finished the tournament as the leading wicket-taker for India and the fifth highest overall, with eighteen dismissals in nine matches.[51] He was named in the 'Team of the Tournament' by the ICC and ESPNcricinfo.[52][53]

In August 2019, Bumrah took his fourth Test five-wicket haul against West Indies in the first Test match of India tour of West Indies 2019, at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, with figures of 5/7 in the 2nd innings.[54] In the second Test match, he became the third Indian to take a hat-trick in a Test match.[55]

2020–2022: Test in India and T20 World Cup[edit]

In December 2020, Bumrah was named in the ICC Men's T20I Team of the Decade for 2011–2020.[56] He played his maiden Test match in India in the M. A. Chidambaram Stadium against England in February 2021 after playing 17 Tests overseas. His maiden Test wicket in India was of Daniel Lawrence in England Tour of India 2021.[57][58][59] Bumrah was named in India's squad for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup.[60] He was one of the only three fast bowlers in the main squad, the other two being Mohammed Shami and the white-ball specialist, Bhuvneshwar Kumar. He was conferred with The Times of India TOISA Cricketer of the Year: 2021[61]

In February 2022, Bumrah was named Vice-captain of India for the T20I and Test series against Sri Lanka owing to the unavailability of regular vice-captain KL Rahul.[62] He took his maiden Test five-wicket haul in India during the second match of the series.[63] In April 2022, Bumrah was among the Wisden Five Cricketers of the Year for that year.[64] In the last match of the series against England, Bumrah captained the Indian Test team for the first time instead of Rohit Sharma, who was ruled out due to suffering from COVID-19.[65] He scored 29 runs in an over bowled by Stuart Broad, beating the 18-year-old Test record set by Brian Lara (who had scored 28 runs in an over). The over also included six extras, meaning it cost a total of 35 runs.[66] During the 2022 India Tour of England, in the first match of the series, he took 6 wicket for 19 runs, India's best figures against England,[67] and the third best figures for India in ODIs.[68] In July 2022, Bumrah regained the number one spot in the ICC Men's ODI player rankings.[69] Bumrah featured in two of the three T20s against Australia but was pulled out on the eve of the South Africa series, India's last before the World Cup, after he complained of back pain.[70]

2023–present[edit]

On 21 August 2023, Bumrah was named in the India's squad for 2023 Asia Cup. He played his first match in this series against Pakistan scoring 16 runs in 14 balls but the match was abandoned due to rain.[71] He was replaced by Mohammed Shami for the match against Nepal because he flew back to Mumbai due to some personal reasons.[72]

In September 2023, he was named in India's 15-man squad for 2023 Cricket World Cup.[73] He started off his World Cup campaign by taking 2 wickets for 35 runs in the match against Australia.[74] In the next match against Afghanistan at Delhi, he took a four-wicket haul at an economy rate of 3.90.[75] He got 2 wickets in the matches against Pakistan and Bangladesh. He took 3/32 at Lucknow in the match against England.[76] In the final, against Australia at Ahmedabad, he took 2 wickets for 43 runs at an economy rate of 4.77.[77] He was fourth leading wicket-taker of the tournament with 20 wickets.[78]

On 3 February 2024, during England's tour of India, in the second match of the series, Bumrah became the joint third-fastest (34 matches) Indian bowler and the fastest Indian pacer to take 150 wickets in Test cricket.[79][80] He took 6 wickets for 45 runs, his third-best bowling figure in Tests, and was awarded the Player of the Match award.[81][82] He became the first Indian fast bowler to reach the number one ranking in the ICC Test player rankings and the first bowler to achieve the number one ranking in all three formats of the game.[83]

Indian Premier League[edit]

Representing MI
Indian Premier League
Winner 2013
Winner 2015
Winner 2017
Winner 2019
Winner 2020

During the 2013–14 season of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, John Wright, who was then the head coach of the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise, Mumbai Indians (MI) and scouting for the team at the time, was impressed by Bumrah's performance and invited him to sign up for the franchise.[12] Bumrah has played for the Mumbai Indians since 2013 IPL and helped the team win the title five times in 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2020.[84] He has taken 145 wickets in 120 matches in the IPL, with an average of 23.30 and an economy rate of 7.39, making him the second-highest wicket-taker for the team after Lasith Malinga.[85] He has one five-wicket haul and two four-wicket hauls in the league.[86]

At the age of 19, Bumrah grabbed instant limelight during his IPL debut, where he concluded with figures of 3/32 against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB). Despite Virat Kohli hitting him for three fours in his first four deliveries of the IPL, Bumrah managed to dismiss him on the fifth ball, with Kohli scoring 24 runs and Bumrah securing his maiden IPL wicket.[87][88] He was then benched for the remainder of the season and only played in the match against the Delhi Daredevils, where he failed to take a wicket.[89] Despite only playing 2 matches in the 2013 season, the Mumbai Indians retained him for the 2014 season.[90] He went wicketless in his first two matches of the 2014 season. However, in the match against RCB, he took two wickets for 22 runs at an economy rate of 5.50, including the crucial wicket of AB de Villiers.[91] It was his best bowling figures of the season. He played in 11 of Mumbai's 15 matches and finished as the team's fifth leading wicket-taker of the season, securing five wickets at an economy rate of 7.58 and an average of 60.20.[92] MI retained Bumrah once again ahead of the 2015 Indian Premier League.[93] Bumrah played in only four of MI’s sixteen matches and took three wickets at an economy rate of 12.26.[94]

In the 2016 Indian Premier League, Bumrah took four 3-wicket hauls in the season and was the team's second-leading wicket-taker, after Mitchell McClenaghan, with fifteen wickets.[95][96] His best figures came in the match against Delhi Daredevils at Visakhapatnam, where he took three wickets for just thirteen runs, having an economy rate of 3.25 runs per over.[97] In the 2017 season, he became the leading wicket-taker for the team and the third-leading wicket-taker of the tournament, taking 20 wickets.[98][99] Bumrah defended 12 runs in a super over in a match against the Gujarat Lions at Rajkot.[100] In the 2nd qualifier match against Kolkata Knight Riders, at Bengaluru, Bumrah finished with figures of 3/7, the second-best bowling figures for Mumbai Indians that season.[101] In the final against Rising Pune Supergiant at Hyderabad, Bumrah took two wickets, including the wicket of MS Dhoni, and helped the team lift the trophy.[102]

Let me go on record and say that he [Jasprit Bumrah] is the best bowler in the world at this stage and the best is yet to come hopefully.

Sachin Tendulkar, after Bumrah's performance in the 2019 IPL Final[103]

Bumrah began his 2018 IPL campaign with a single dismissal in the first match against the Chennai Super Kings, finishing with figures of 1/37.[104] His best performance came in the match against the Kings XI Punjab, where he took 3 wickets for 15 runs at an economy rate of 3.75 runs per over, earning him the player of the match award.[105] In the match against RCB in Mumbai, he took his 50th wicket of his IPL career, dismissing Chris Woakes.[106] Bumrah took 17 wickets in the season, making him the second leading wicket-taker for Mumbai, behind Hardik Pandya.[107] In the 2019 season of the IPL, Bumrah suffered a shoulder injury in the first match against Delhi Capitals. However, he was declared fit the next day and continued to play for the rest of the season.[108] In the match against RCB, he was awarded the player of the match for taking 3 wickets for 20 runs.[109] In the final against Chennai Super Kings at Uppal stadium, Bumrah conceded just 14 runs, took two wickets (Ambati Rayudu and Dwayne Bravo), and was awarded the player of the match. Following his performance in the final, Sachin Tendulkar called him the best bowler in the world.[103] He finished the season as the leading wicket-taker for the Mumbai Indians, taking 19 wickets in 16 matches at an average of 21.52 and an economy rate of 6.63 runs per over.[110]

In the 2020 IPL, he took his highest number of wickets in a season, with 27 wickets, making him the highest wicket-taker for the Mumbai Indians and the second-highest wicket-taker of the season behind Kagiso Rabada of Delhi Capitals.[111][112] He took two four-wicket hauls in the season.[113] During the match against RCB at Abu Dhabi, he became the 16th bowler to pick 100 wickets in the IPL with the wicket of Virat Kohli.[114] In the qualifier against Delhi Capitals, he took 4 wickets for 14 runs and won the player of the match award.[115] Bumrah was once again the leading wicket-taker for his team in the 2021 season with 21 wickets in 14 matches and was the third-highest wicket-taker of the season.[116][117] On 19 September 2021, in the match against CSK, Bumrah played in his 100th IPL match.[118] In the 2022 season, Bumrah took 15 wickets in 14 matches at an average of 25.53 and an economy rate of 7.18, making him the highest wicket-taker for Mumbai.[119] He took a five-wicket haul during the match against Kolkata Knight Riders in Navi Mumbai, finishing with figures of 5/10, the best figures of his IPL career.[120] Bumrah was ruled out of the 2023 season of the IPL due to a back injury.[121]

Bowling style[edit]

Bumrah gained prominence with his unorthodox action, and hyperextended elbows.[122] His run-up is short, the first part of which consists of small, stuttering strides. He has an anomalous, stiff-armed action yet generates high pace, and his unusual point of release makes it difficult for the batsmen to read his bowling. Accordingly, the Indian team often uses him in death overs.[123] He bowls outside the off-stump, yorkers and short length balls frequently.[124][125] According to former international bowler Shoaib Akhtar, Bumrah's bowling action has the potential to cause back injuries. Bumrah's front-on bowling action means that bowlers like him generate speed primarily from their shoulders and back, increasing the risk of injury.[126]

I think Jasprit Bumrah is very, very interesting. He runs off a very short run-up. He jogs and then bowls with a very short run. He has got straight arms. His bowling is not textbook by any means, but it works. He is very different from other pace bowlers, which reminds me of another fast bowler of my era, who was very different from everyone else – Jeff Thomson.

– Legendary Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee, December 2018[127]

Bumrah carved himself a reputation for possessing an uncanny ability to hit the block hole,[128][129] just like his former Mumbai Indians teammate, Sri Lankan Lasith Malinga. Bumrah has grown into an asset for the Indian team in the limited-overs format.[130][131][132] He is considered one of the fastest Indian bowlers, with an average speed of 142 km/h and his fastest recorded speed being 153 km/h. He achieved this feat during the first Test match of the India Tour of Australia 2018 at the Adelaide Oval, outpacing Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins.[133][134]

"My all-time favourite bowlers are Mitchell Johnson, Wasim Akram and Brett Lee. I used to watch their videos and learn from them. I have learnt a lot from Johnson, and Malinga too. I try to learn from any senior bowlers who have played international cricket."

— Bumrah[135]

Mumbai Indians bowling coach and former New Zealand fast bowler Shane Bond said: "Boom's action, though unique, is repeatable. He has great control."[12] Former Indian fast bowler Ashish Nehra also commented on Bumrah's bowling action, stating, "What you do in 75–80% of your run-up, nothing matters. It's the last 15–20%, the last four-five steps, which is the main thing. That is bowling. Bumrah runs differently, but in his last three-four steps – he is loading, front leg, back leg, everything is in alignment, and he is quick through the air."[12]

Outside cricket[edit]

Personal life[edit]

On 15 March 2021, Bumrah married model and presenter Sanjana Ganesan in Goa.[136] Hailing from Pune, Maharashtra, Ganesan is a former Miss India finalist and was also a participant in MTV's Splitsvilla in 2014.[137] Bumrah and Ganesan first met in an interview during the 2013 Indian Premier League. They became friends after that first meeting, and after dating for two years, they finally married in 2021.[138] On 4 September 2023, the couple welcomed their son.[139]

Public image[edit]

Bumrah has nearly 25 million followers on social media, with nearly 11 million alone on Instagram, which is the highest social media following among bowlers in the world. Financial advisory firm Kroll placed Bumrah in the top 45 most valued celebrities of the country, with an estimated brand value of 100 crore (equivalent to 106 crore or US$13 million in 2023) in the year 2022. He was the only bowler in the top 50.[140] As of August 2023, he endorses brands such as Uppercase, Dream11, Unix, Thums Up, among others, and charges in the range of ₹1.5 to ₹2 crore a day for an endorsement. His brand value is estimated to increase by 25 to 30 percent in the next 12 months.[141]

Awards[edit]

Bumrah was awarded the Polly Umrigar Award for International Cricketer of the Year twice, in 2018–19 and 2021–22 at the BCCI Awards.[142] Additionally, he received the Dilip Sardesai Award for taking the highest number of wickets in Test cricket in 2018-19.[143] For his achievements during India's tour of England in 2021, he was selected by Wisden Cricketers' Almanack as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in its 2022 edition.[144]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Some sources list Bumrah as a fast-medium paced bowler[2][3]

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