Rishabh Pant (Cricketer)
Rishabh Rajendra Pant (Born 4 October 1997) is an Indian international cricketer Who has been playing for the Indian team for the last few years as a wicket-keeper-batter. He is most well-known for his reliability while scoring runs in Test cricket. Additionally, he represents Delhi Capital in the Indian Premier League and served as its captain. Pant participates in the Delhi Cricket team as well. He was the captain of the Indian T20 team and received numerous trophies for his superior hitting abilities. He also served as the Indian Under-19 team’s vice-captain at the under-19 World Cup in 2016. In April 2017, Rishabh’s father passed away as a result of a cardiac arrest. Pant was engaged in a nearly catastrophic car accident on a motorway close to Roorkee in December 2022.
Pant was born on 4 October 1997 in Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India. Leaving Pant, he has an elder sister and parents living in his house. In which elder sister’s name is Sakshi Pant, and parents’ names are Rajendra Pant and Saroj Pant.
|Name||Rishabh Rajendra Pant|
|Born||4 October 1997 in Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India.|
|Height||5 ft 7 in|
|Parent’s||Rajendra Pant, Saroj Pant|
Career in Cricket
Since he was little, Rishabh Pant has enjoyed playing cricket a lot. When he was just 12 years old, he began taking cricket lessons. Every weekend, he and his mother would make the trip to Delhi to train at the Sonnet Cricket Academy, where Tarak Sinha served as the head coach. He and his mother used to reside at a Gurdwara in Moti Bagh because they lacked a suitable home of their own in Delhi.
Pant’s coach urged him to represent Rajasthan in cricket at the Under-13 and Under-15 levels, but for some reason this was not possible. After that, his coach gave him some advice on how to develop into a great batsman in the future. He was given the opportunity to play for the Delhi under-19 squad against Assam due to his improved performance, and he seized it by impressing everyone with his batting by scoring 35 runs in the first innings and 150 runs in the second.