10 fact's about Suryakumar yadav

Surya Kumar Ashok Yadav (born 14 September 1990), also known by his initialism SKY

He made his First-Class debut for Mumbai against Delhi in 2010, where he scored 73 runs of 89 balls with 15 boundaries.

In Ranji Trophy 2011-12, He hammered 754 runs in 9 matches at an average of 68.54 and leading run-scorer for Mumbai. He proved that he is not just a talent ed player but a one who can perform consistently as well.

He was determined the best cricketer at the Under-22 level in the 2010-11 season and was honored with MA Chidambaram Trophy. It is notable that he had scored over 1,000 runs in his first 11 games in First-Class cricket

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In the third match of the 2011/12 Ranji season, the Mumbaikar amassed his maiden double-century against Orissa. The most prominent feature of the knock was his blistering strike-rate of 86.20 apart from his illustrious range of strokes.

After a breakthrough 2011/12 Ranji season, he suffered from slump in form in the next season. But in 2013/14, he ended up as the third leading run-scorer for his side which proved that he is not merely a one season wonder.

He was signed by the Mumbai Indians (MI) Franchise before IPL 2011.  He got to play his lone match for the side in IPL 2012 in which he remained unbeaten on 0 though he faced 4 deliveries.

In crunch situations of the game it boils down to the character of the individuals.  In high pressure situations, he thinks “what will I do after winning the game” as well as “what would an experienced player have done if he was in this situation” as quoted by a website.

In the IPL 2014 Player’s auction, Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) brought him for INR 70 Lakh. In IPL 2014, he scored 164 runs in 16 matches though it was his blistering strike-rate of 140 that made him a regular feature in the side.

In IPL 2015, he was promoted up the order at no.4 and he didn’t disappoint his team as well. The newly appointed Vice-captain of the KKR side played quite a few match-winning knocks for his team and was the cog-wheel of the side throughout the season.