Dhawal Kulkarni is an international Indian team cricketer. His height is 5 feet 9 inches or 5’9”. His full name is Dhawal Sunil Kulkarni.
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Dhawal Kulkarni bowling average and the latest news
In fact, his batting system is the right-handed batsman and also bowling style right-arm medium-fast. He was born on 10 December in 1988.
Basically, his bowling average is T20 cricket bowling average 23.90 and also his ODI match bowling average 26.73. Kulkarni was one of the best keys to make Mumbai the Ranji Trophy champions for the 40th time in the 2012-13 Ranji Trophy.
In 2009, he included in the Test squad for the New Zealand tour but didn’t make a debut. He was selected for the ODI team squad in England tour of quadrangular series in 2014.
On 20 June 2016, he started his first T20 international debut with Zimbabwe at Harare. Basically, Kulkhani is the elder son of Sunil Kulkarni and Pramila Kulkarni. His sister name is Dhanashree Kulkarni.
Cricketer Kulkarni has joined to play for the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL 2018 auction in January 2018. He was playing Gujarat Lions in the 2016-17 seasons. And presently, he has played in Rajasthan Royals by the paid of Retained Rs. 75 crore.
He has selected to play IPL auction 2019 in Rajasthan Royals team by the paid of Rs. 50 lakh.
From February-20 to July-20 all sports was off for Covid-19 for that IPL was stopped but, it’s new date 19 September 2020.
Dhawal Kulkarni Cricketer of career
Real name: Dhawal Sunil Kulkarni
Nickname: Kulkarni, DK
His playing teams: Rajasthan Royals, Mumbai Indians, Mumbai Cricket Association President’s XI, Mumbai, India Under-19s, India A, Gujarat Lions, and India
First test debut: Not known
Made first ODI team: 2 September 2014 with England team
And first T20I debut: 20 June 2016 against Zimbabwe.
Playing role: Bowler
His batting style: right-handed
Bowling style: right-arm medium-fast bowler