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Yastika Bhatia

Team flagIND23 yrs
batting styleWicketKeeper Batter
#44 Batter in ODI
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Yastika Bhatia Recent Form

Batting

INDW vs BANW, T20I36 (29)
MIW vs RCBW, 19 (27)
MIW vs GGW, 49 (36)
MIW vs UPW, 9 (13)
MIW vs DCW, 6 (3)
MIW vs RCBW, 31 (15)
MIW vs UPW, 26 (22)
MIW vs GGW, 7 (7)
MIW vs DCW, 57 (45)
INDW vs AUSW, ODI6 (14)
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Yastika Bhatia Carrer Stats

Batting

FormatMatInnR100s50sHSSRAvgFoursSixesDuckRank
ODI2524582046472.3024.25691----
T20I1914214003688.4316.46242----
Test3598016660.8719.60141----

Bowling

FormatMatInnWEconAvgBest3W5WSRMaidenRank
ODI25000.000.000000.00----
T20I19000.000.000000.00----
Test3000.000.000000.00----

Carrer Debut Information

ODI Debut
India Women v Australia Women Ray Mitchell Oval, Harrup Park Mackay, 21-9-2021
T20I Debut
India Women v Australia Women Carrara Oval, Queensland, 7-10-2021
Test Debut
India Women v Australia Women Carrara Oval, Queensland, 30-9-2021

Teams played for

India

About Yastika Bhatia

NameYastika Bhatia
GenderFemale
Birth1 Nov 2000
Birth PlaceBaroda (Vadodara), Gujarat
Height5 ft 2 in
NationalityIndian

An exciting wicket-keeping batter who rose through the ranks of domestic cricket, Yastika Bhatia started playing cricket from the age of 11 and made a fifty against U-14 boys.... continue reading

Player Bio

An exciting wicket-keeping batter who rose through the ranks of domestic cricket, Yastika Bhatia started playing cricket from the age of 11 and made a fifty against U-14 boys.

Yastika was one among 25 other girls who were chosen from the nooks and corners of India for the National Cricket Academy U19 camp. Her skills didn’t go unnoticed, her sportsmanship and reliable wicket-keeping skills earned her the title of the skipper of the West Zone’s Women Cricket team.

played a major role in Baroda’s ultimate victory in the West Zone U19, a One-day tournament in 2016. She had everyone on the edge of their seats as she single-handedly scored 230 runs. In 2019, the Baroda-born made a splendid 145 against Haryana in which Baroda scored 300 plus for the first time in the U-23 Women’s One-day league.

After that in the MCA camp, against India A bowlers, she made 64 not out which was a turning point in her career. The Gujarat cricketer was selected in India A squad for Sri Lanka and Bangladesh tours. Two years down the lane, her dream of representing India came true when she was picked up for the limited-overs series against South Africa Women in February 2021, although she didn’t play.

Yastika draws her inspiration from Adam Gilchrist and Smriti Mandhana, both of whom she is a devout fan of. The young prodigy loves batting for longer periods of time and is an exciting cricketer in the making.

(As of March 2021)