About Prithvi Shaw
Prithvi Shaw (born November 9, 1999) is an Indian Professional Cricketer and Right hand Batsman from Mumbai, India. In fact, Shaw becomes the second youngest Indian to score a century after Sachin Tendulkar. He achieved this milestone in the debut test match against West Indies in Rajkot today. Meanwhile, India’s score is 233/3. However, Prithvi loses his wicket after scoring 134 runs. He lost his wicket after giving a simple catch to Devendra Bishoo. On the other hand, a great partnership by Prithvi Shaw and Cheteshwar Pujara of 206 runs. After tea, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane are on cease and India’s score is 252/3. Now, Shaw has compared with Sachin and Shewag. Many Indian cricketers have congratulated him on his achievement.
Prithvi Shaw is not the first young Mumbai batsman to get heads turning in cricket, and most certainly won’t be the last. A precocious child prodigy, Shaw has been created a bit of a stir in the Indian cricketing fraternity with a manic display of batting in Mumbai’s Harris Shield as a mere 14-year-old – an unprecedented 546, the highest score in any competitive cricket at the time in more than a century until surpassed by one Pranav Dhanawade in 2016. Since then, he has been closely watched by several talent scouts in the Indian cricketing circuit. He hasn’t disappointed the expectant aficionados of the game either, scoring truckloads of runs in school cricket and forcing his way up the ranks of junior cricket with the sheer weight of runs.
Prithvi Shaw, the right-hand cricketer plays for Mumbai at the domestic level. In December 2017, he was named captain of India’s squad for the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. For more details check out below for Prithvi Shaw Wiki, Biography, Age, Profile, Height, Weight, Affairs, Family, and more.
||Prithvi Pankaj Shaw
||(Prithvi Shaw Age as in 2022) 22 Years
|Sun Sign/Zodiac Sign
||Virar, Maharastra, India
|Date of Birth
||9 November 1999
||A home at Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai
||Manpur, Gaya, Bihar, India
||Playing on PlayStation, Playing Billiards
||Name Not Known (Died in 2003)
Girlfriends/Affairs/ Marital Status and More
||A.V.S. Vidyamandir, Virar, Mumbai
Rizvi Springfield High School, Mumbai
||Rizvi College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Mumbai
Height, Weight, and Figure Measurements
||in centimeters- 168 cm
in meters- 1.68 m
in feet inches- 5’ 6”
||Kilograms: 60 Kg.
Pounds: 132 lbs.
||Hrithik Roshan, Govinda
|Favourite TV Shows
||Taarak Mehta ka Ooltah Chashmah
||India U19- 14 January 2018 against v Aust U19 at Mount Maunganui
Test- 4 October 2018 vs West Indies at Rajkot
ODI- 5 February 2020 vs New Zealand at Seddon Park
||# 100 (India)
# 100 (Domestic)
||Team Delhi Daredevils, Mumbai
|Favourite Cricket Ground
|Records (main ones)
||• The first schoolboy cricketer to score more than 500 runs in an official inter-school match (546 runs from 330 balls playing for Rizvi Springfield in a Harris Shield match).
• The youngest Indian cricketer to score a half-century on Test debut (after Hanif Mohammad, Jeff Stollmeyer, Tamim Iqbal and Imran Farhat).
• The first Indian cricketer to score a century on debut in the Ranji Trophy, Duleep Trophy, and Test.
• The 15th Indian cricketer to score a century on Test debut.
• The 2nd youngest Indian cricketer (after Sachin Tendulkar) to score a Test century (18 years 329 days) on debut.
• The 6th Indian cricketer to win the Player-of-the-Match award on Test debut.
|Career Turning Point
||When he scored 546 runs in a Harris Shield Cricket Tournament.
|Awards, Honours, Achievements
||2017- The ‘Best Junior-Cricketer-of-the-Year’ by the Sports Journalists’ Association of Mumbai (SJAM)
Career Turning Point When he scored 546 runs in the Harris Shield Cricket Tournament in 2013
||IPL 11- ₹1.2 crore (as in 2018)
Prithvi Pankaj Shaw was born on 9 November 1999 in Virar, Maharashtra, India. When he was just 3, Prithvi Shaw’s father enrolled him in the cricket academy in Virar, Maharashtra. He lost his mother at the age of 4. At that time, his father runs the garment business, but he stops running his business only to focus on his son Prithvi’s cricket career. Prithvi used to play cricket with his friends and father at the beach which lies near the JW Marriott. When he was 11 years old, he received a contract offer from AAP Entertainment Limited that let him shifted to Mumbai along with his father to continue his study in cricket.
Prithvi Shaw Family, Education & More
Prithvi Shaw belongs to a middle-class Hindu-Vaisya family and was born to Prithvi Shaw Father Pankaj Shaw. When he was just 4, his mother passed away, and his father then raised him single-handedly. He was born and raised in Mumbai but has his roots in Gaya, Bihar.
Prithvi Shaw Net Worth
According to WoodGram, Prithvi Shaw’s estimated Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & much more details has been updated below. Let’s check, How Rich is Prithvi Shaw in 2022?
|Estimated Net Worth in 2022
||$1 Million – $5 Million (Approx.)
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2021)
||$100,000 – $1 Million
||Primary Income source Cricket Player (profession).
famous Cricket Player Prithvi Shaw’s net worth is $92 Million at the age of 19 years old. He earned the money being a professional Cricket Player. He is from India.
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Shaw has shown unprecedented hunger for runs at every level of cricket he has played and has been touted as the next big thing in the Indian cricket after Virat Kohli. The immense potential and consistent performance at the first-class level, and the fact that he has remained unphased through the adulation, earned him a spot in the Indian Test squad in England for the last two Test matches.
Despite not making it through to the playing XI of either game, his wait finally came to an end as he debuted against the Windies in Rajkot on October 4th, 2018, immediately scoring a swift 99-ball hundred against a potent bowling line-up and making a seamless transition into the grueling world of Test cricket. With the correct guidance, enough chances, as well as a judicious distribution of his workload, he may well be his own batting prodigy, who could make the cricketing world bow down to him in the years to come.
Prithvi made his first-class debut in the semi-finals of the Ranji Trophy in 2016-17. He ended up scoring a century in the second innings of the match and made a permanent place in the Mumbai side.
Rise to glory
As he led the Rizvi Springfield team to a Harris Shield title in 2012, Shaw scored 155 in the semi-final and 174 in the final game. In April of the same year, he was invited to play for Cheadle Hulme School in Manchester, England. During his two-month stay there, he scored almost 1,500 runs and took 68 wickets.
In 2014, he played for the Yorkshire ECB County Premier League for the entire summer. In 2017, he scored his first century at the Under-19 level in his fifth match only. His performances over the years have led to several comparisons to Sachin Tendulkar and he is seen as a future international player for India.
Shaw plays for the Middle Income Cricket Club in Mumbai. At the 2018 IPL auctions, he was bought by Delhi Daredevils for Rs. 1.2 crores.
Prithvi Shaw was appointed the captain of the Under-19 team in December 2017 for the 2018 Under-19 World Cup. He went on to lead the team to win the competition.
IPL through the years
Prithvi Shaw for long has been touted as the next big thing in Indian cricket and judging by that Delhi bought him at an excellent price of 1.2 Crores. Initially, he wasn’t getting an opportunity to be a part of the playing eleven but the poor form of Gautam Gambhir opened the door for Shaw. He made most of his opportunities and got Delhi off to brisk starts on most occasions.
He started off well with a 10-ball 22 and a flurry of aggressive innings over the course of the season and ended up cementing his spot in the side, running riot in the powerplay, before Rishabh Pant could cut loose at the death. Shaw will look to replicate those performances when he will churn out for Delhi this year.
Shaw played an innings of 546 runs in a 2013-14 Harris Shield match for the Rizvi Springfield team from just 330 deliveries. At the time, the score was the highest in all of Indian school cricket. The record was surpassed by Pranav Dhanawade in 2016. He also shares the record of scoring a century in Ranji Trophy debut and Duleep Trophy debut with Tendulkar.
Some Lesser Known Facts About Prithvi Shaw
- Prithvi started playing cricket at the age of 3.
- When he was 4 years old, his mother passed away, which created a big void in his life, and in order to overcome it, he shifted his focus towards cricket.
- His father sacrificed a lot for his career as he shut down his flourishing garment business, where he used to purchase the garment from wholesalers and sell it in Surat and Baroda. Moreover, for around 3 years, his family survived on his father’s savings.
- Their financial crisis started fading away when Prithvi started getting scholarships, and a Shiv Sena MLA, Sanjay Potnis, provided him home in Vakola, which was close to Prithvi’s training ground in Bandra.
- His everyday practice was a daunting task itself; as he, along with his father used to do a 70-km ride between Virar and Mumbai.
- His father acted as a practice bowler by bowling at him at the Air India ground in Kalina.
- In 2011, he was selected to play for Polly Umrigar XI.
- In 2013, he hit the headlines after scoring a record 546 off 330 balls in a Mumbai based Haris Shield elite division match, at the age of 14.
- Prithvi was a part of India’s squad that won the Asia Cup Under-19 tournament, under the coaching of Rahul Dravid.
- He scored his debut first-class ton (120 runs) for Mumbai against Tamil Nadu in the 2016-17 season of Ranji Trophy.
- On 4 February 2018, under his captaincy, the U-19 Indian cricket team won the 2018 U-19 World Cup in New Zealand.
- His grandfather, Ashok Gupta, runs a cloth shop in Bihar named ‘Shri Balaji Cut Piece Centre.’
- He loves to share hilarious Dubsmash videos on social media.