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Yashasvi Jaiswal Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Yashasvi Jaiswal Quick Info
Height 5 ft 11 in
Weight 70 kg
Date of Birth December 28, 2001
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Eye Color Hazel

Yashasvi Jaiswal is an Indian cricketer who has represented India at the under-19 level and Mumbai at the domestic level. A child prodigy, he rose to prominence after scoring a double hundred in a List A (domestic one-day) match for Mumbai in October 2019, becoming the then youngest cricketer (17 years, 292 days) in history to do so. His stunning performance garnered him enough attention to be bought by the Rajasthan Royals franchise for INR 2.4 crore (USD 340k) for the 2020 season of the IPL (Indian Premier League). Yashasvi then top-scored with 400 runs in the 2020 ICC (International Cricket Council) Under-19 Cricket World Cup and was adjudged ‘Player of the Series’ for his consistent performances which helped India reach the final of the tournament.

Born Name

Yashasvi Bhupendra Kumar Jaiswal

Nick Name


Yashasvi Jaiswal during the 2019-20 Vijay Hazare Trophy
Yashasvi Jaiswal during the 2019-20 Vijay Hazare Trophy (Dee03 / Wikipedia / CC BY-SA 4.0)

Sun Sign


Born Place

Suriyawan, Sant Ravidas Nagar (Bhadohi), Uttar Pradesh, India


Mumbai, Maharashtra, India




As of February 2020, Yashasvi was a high school student, studying in the 10th-grade.




  • Father – Bhupendra Jaiswal (Shop Owner)
  • Mother – Kanchan Jaiswal (Housewife)
  • Siblings – Tejasvi Jaiswal (Older Brother). He has 2 other older siblings and 2 younger siblings.
  • Others – Santosh (Uncle)


He is represented by Baseline Ventures, Sports Marketing, Entertainment & Brand Licensing Company, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.




Leg Break


Opening Batsman

Jersey Number

23 – Youth ODI




5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm


70 kg or 154.5 lbs

Yashasvi Jaiswal (Right) with his friend as seen in November 2019
Yashasvi Jaiswal (Right) with his friend as seen in November 2019 (Yashasvi Jaiswal / Instagram)

Race / Ethnicity

Asian (Indian)

Hair Color


Eye Color


Yashasvi Jaiswal in an Instagram post as seen in October 2019
Yashasvi Jaiswal in an Instagram post as seen in October 2019 (Yashasvi Jaiswal / Instagram)

Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

  • Lean physique
  • Affable smile
  • Tall height
  • Short-cropped hair

Brand Endorsements

Yashasvi has been sponsored by the cricket equipment manufacturer SG (Sanspareils Greenlands) Cricket.

Yashasvi Jaiswal Favorite Things

SourceLive Mint, Hindustan Times

Yashasvi Jaiswal during the Vijay Hazare Trophy in October 2019
Yashasvi Jaiswal during the Vijay Hazare Trophy in October 2019 (Dee03 / Wikipedia / CC BY-SA 4.0)

Yashasvi Jaiswal Facts

  1. He was dedicated to making a career in cricket and moved to Mumbai from his hometown at the age of 10 to receive better training and practice facilities. To practice at the iconic Azad Maidan, he took up accommodation at a dairy shop in the nearby Kalbadevi neighborhood.
  2. Due to a lack of financial resources, he used to perform some low-grade chores for the dairy shop’s owner. However, he was soon ejected from the residence as he could not help out the shopkeeper enough due to the long hours he would spend at cricket practice.
  3. Homeless, he began living in a tent with one of the groundsmen at the Azad Maidan. He would often help panipuri (street food) vendors to sell them after his daily training to make ends meet.
  4. His talent was eventually recognized in December 2013 by a cricket coach named Jwala Singh, who decided to become Yashasvi’s legal guardian and train him at his private academy in Santacruz, Mumbai.
  5. In a 2015 Giles Shield (school cricket tournament) match, he scored 319 runs and captured 13 wickets in a stunning all-round effort that was recognized by the Limca Book of Records.
  6. He was the leading run-getter (318 runs) and was subsequently adjudged as the ‘Player of the Tournament’ in India’s victorious campaign at the 2018 ACC (Asian Cricket Council) Under-19 Asia Cup.
  7. At the 2019–20 Vijay Hazare Trophy (domestic one-day tournament), his maiden appearance in the tournament, he was among the top 5 run-getters, with 564 runs in just 6 games at an average of 112.80.
  8. At the 2020 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, Yashasvi was the top scorer for India in each of the 6 games, including the quarterfinal, the semifinal, and the final. He crossed the 50-run mark in 5 of those games and scored a hundred in a ‘Player of the Match’ performance in the semi-final against arch-rivals Pakistan.
  9. In September 2022, during the Duleep Trophy 2022 final, Jaiswal was ruled out of the field by his side, West Zone’s captain Ajinkya Rahane for indiscipline (reportedly for sledging the batters). At that time, West Zone was fielding against South Zone.
  10. In May 2023, Yashasvi broke the record for scoring the fastest fifty in the history of IPL after he reached his half-century off 13 deliveries in a match against Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).
  11. In July 2023, Yashasvi faced 387 deliveries in India’s first Test match against West Indies. With this, he broke the record for facing the most number of deliveries in debut Test innings by an Indian. He broke ex-India captain Mohammed Azharuddin’s record of facing 322 balls in the debut Test. He was the “Player of the Match” as he scored 171 runs for his team.
  12. In August 2023, Yashaswi scored his highest T20I score (84 not out from 51 balls) as India beat West Indies for the first time by over 8 wickets in a T20I.
  13. In October 2023, Yashaswi became the youngest Indian batter to score a hundred in T20I cricket history after he scored 100 off 49 balls in the Asian Games 2023 quarter-final match against Nepal.
  14. In January 2024, Yashasvi bought a 1,110-square-foot house in Mumbai for Rs 5 crore.
  15. In February 2024, Yashasvi became the youngest Indian opener to score a double-century in Test cricket on Indian soil. He was aged 22 years and 37 days. He is also the 3rd youngest cricketer to score a double-century after Sunil Gavaskar and Vinod Kambli.
  16. In February 2024, he became the first-ever player to hit 20 sixes in a Test series. Before him, Rohit Sharma was the previous record holder for hitting 19 sixes.
  17. In February 2024, he also became the third-youngest batter to score 2 Test double-hundreds.

Featured Image by Dee03 / Wikipedia / CC BY-SA 4.0

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