Washington Sundar, Former Indian Cricketer: On October 05, 1999, Washington Sundar came into the world. The nickname earned by him is Washi. He is from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Currently, Washington is 22 years old. At a very early age, Washington became part of four teams: India Under-19 team, Tamil Nadu, TUTI Patriots, and Rising Pune supergiants. The role of Sundar as Indian Cricketers transpires Batting All-rounder. Sundar follows a Left-Handed batting style. Further, he follows the Right-arm off-break bowling style.
In December 2017, Washi made his international debut representing India against Sri Lanka. However, Washington started his Indian Premier League (IPL) career in 2017, representing the Pune franchise in the league.
|Full Name||Washington Sundar|
|Nickname||Washi and Sundar|
|Date Of Birth||5 October 1995|
|Father Name||M. Sundar|
|Mother Name||Name To Known|
|Brother Name||Name To Known|
|Sister Name||Shailja ( Indian Cricketer )|
|International Test Debut||15 January 2021 Vs Australia|
|International ODI Debut||13 December 2017 Vs Sri Lanka|
|International T20 Debut||24 December 2017 Vs Sri Lanka|
|Networth||35 Crore Approx|
Washington Sundar (Washi): Profile
Washington Sundar earned the name after PD Washington. As a symbol of gratitude to his guide by his father, Sundar improved the ranks and gained the opportunity. From the age-group level to the Under-19 level and from Tamil Nadu to Rising Pune Supergiant (RPS). At an age of 18-year-old, Sundar was one amid a group of cricketers who are supposed to be one of India’s next-generation players.
A left-handed magnificent batsman who also bowls off-spin, Washington Sundar managed to keep a low-key top-quality debut – forthcoming after a startling performance for India in the Under-19 World Cup took place in Bangladesh. India ultimately landed as runner-up, losing the subtitled encounter against West Indies.
International Information: Washington Sundar
He played his first Test debut on 15th January 2021 against Australia. Washi played his last Test Debut on March 4, 2021, against England. He played his first One Day International (ODI) debut on December 13, 2017. Moreover, he played his last One Day International (ODI) debut on February 11, 2022. However, he played his first T20I debut on December 24, 2017. Also, Washi played his last T20I debut on March 20, 2021.
Batting Career Statistics: Washington Sundar
Washington Sundar played 4 Test matches and made 265 runs in the matches he played. Washi played for 6 innings. He maintained the average batting rate of 66.25 and strike rate of 52.79. His highest score in the test series as per stats appears 96 runs. Nonetheless, he got 2 no-balls in the test series. Washi scored the 50s three times. In the test series, he hit 31 times 4s and 5 times sixes.
As for The One Day International, he earned the opportunity to play 4 matches. Further, he played 2 innings in the One Day International (ODI) tournament. He maintained the Average rate of 28.5 and made 57 runs in the One Day International (ODI) matches. Thus, Washington maintained a strike rate of 76.
For instance, as per stats for T20I, He played 31 matches in 11 innings. Washington Sundar made 47 runs in T20I matches. He maintained an average rate of 6.71 and a strike rate of 146.88.
Bowling Career Statistics: Washington Sundar
Washington Sundar played 4 Test matches and 7 innings. He maintained an average bowling rate of 49.83 and an economy rate of 3.41. Washington delivered 526 balls in the test series as per stats appears 299 runs. He took 6 wickets. Washi delivered 89/3 Best Bowling in Innings (BBI). He delivered 169/4 Best bowling in the match.
As for The One Day International, he earned the opportunity to play 4 matches. Further, he played 4 innings in the One Day International (ODI) tournament. He maintained the Average rate of 28.0 and made 140 runs in the One Day International (ODI) matches. Thus, Washington maintained an economic rate of 5. He delivered 168 runs in the tournament. Washi took 5 wickets in One Day International (ODI).
For instance, as per stats for T20I, He played 31 matches in 30 innings. Washi delivered 621 balls in T20I. Washington Sundar made 750 runs in T20I matches. He maintained an average rate of 30 and an economy rate of 7.25. He took 25 wickets.
IPL Through The Years
When he ruptured into the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2017, Washington Sundar, had all the standards one would pursue from an Indian cricketer. An all-rounder who can bat wherever in the order can offer you convenient overs in the powerplay and is fetching handy in the field, Sundar is a three-dimensional cricketer, a substance that is a benefit to any team. Washington left during the 2017 season, he joined the now inoperative Rising Pune Supergiant (2017) as a substitute for the injured Ravi Ashwin. During the tournament, he gathered all the appreciation from all over the town, taking eight wickets from eleven matches. More than the number of wickets he took, he reached his true potential. His potential caught the eyes of the selector.
During the 2017 mega auctions, he was left behind. Sundar went for an enormous ₹3.2 crores in the 2018 Mega IPL Auction.
Washington Sundar earned his name after his father who was his guide in cricket. At the age of 22 years old, Washington with his dedication earned numerous opportunities. He made the fullest of the opportunities.