Marital Status: Unmarried
Age: 21 Years
|Profession||Indian Cricketer (All-rounder)|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 185 cm
in meters- 1.85 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 1”
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 74 kg
in Pounds- 163 lbs
|Body Measurements (approx.)||– Chest: 39 Inches
– Waist: 32 Inches
– Biceps: 13 Inches
|International Debut||Test– 15 January 2021 against Australia at The Gabba, Brisbane
ODI– 13 December 2017 against Sri Lanka at Mohali
T20– 24 December 2017 against Sri Lanka at Wankhede Stadium
|Jersey Number||#55 (India)
#5 (India U-19)
#555 (Rising Pune Supergiant)
|Domestic/State Teams||Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Delhi Daredevils, Kolkata Knight Riders, Rajasthan Royals, Rising Pune Supergiants, Abahani Limited|
|Batting Style||Left Handed Bat|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm off-break|
|Records/Achievements (main ones)||• In Tamil Nadu Primer League 2016, Washington took 11 wickets in 9 matches at an average of 12 and an economy rate of 5.54.
• Washington, in his debut match in 2016, scored a quick 40 as an opener in the second innings.
• As of May 2017, the best bowling figure that Sundar could produce in one of his first-class matches is, ‘3 wickets off just 23 runs.’
• While playing the first qualifier match against Mumbai Indians in May 2017, he claimed 3 wickets by conceding just 16 runs helping Pune to get into the finals of IPL 2017 after a tremendous 20 runs win over the opposition.
|Career Turning Point||His furious bowling performance at the RPS trials 2017 stunned the selectors after him taking the wicket of skipper Steve Smith.|
|Date of Birth||5 October 1999|
|Age (as of 2020)||21 Years|
|Birthplace||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|Hometown||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|School||St Bede’s school, Chennai|
|Educational Qualification||Currently pursuing 10+2 standard|
|Family||Father– M. Sundar
Mother– Name Not Known
Brother– Not Known
Sister– Shailja (Indian Cricketer)
|Hobbies||Listening to music|
|Girls, Family & More|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Washington Sundar
- Washington’s father was a Ranji level cricketer and dreamt of making his son a cricketer one day. His father had a godfather, Mr. Washington, who used to pay his fees and buy him bats. The former was named by his father as Washinton in order to pay tribute to the latter’s godfather.
- He was initially a batsman but later moulded himself into an off-spinner with the time.
- Washington replaced spinner R. Ashwin for the 10th edition of the Indian Primer League.