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Jhathavedh Subramanyan

Team flagIND24 yrs
batting styleright-arm leg-break Bowler
Career & Stats

Jhathavedh Subramanyan Recent Form


LKK vs NRK, TNPL4-21
LKK vs DD, TNPL1-32
LKK vs SMP, TNPL1-26
LKK vs SS, TNPL1-27
LKK vs DD, TNPL1-29
LKK vs TGC, TNPL0-24
LKK vs CSG, TNPL1-10
LKK vs NRK, TNPL1-34
LKK vs ITT, TNPL1-14

Jhathavedh Subramanyan Carrer Stats





Carrer Debut Information

TNPL Debut
Lyca Kovai Kings v IDream Tiruppur Tamizhans SNR College Cricket Ground, Coimbatore, 12-6-2023
Player Bio

Jhathavedh Subramanyan, a former Hong Kong leg-spinner, has a career that, while still in its nascent stages, brims with promise and perseverance. What sets him apart is his unique ability to be ambidextrous, a skill that has not only added a distinct flavour to his game but also allowed him to bowl left-arm finger-spin.

Born in 1999 in Hong Kong to Indian-origin parents, Subramanyan completed his high schooling and university education in the United Kingdom.

Subramanyan's professional cricketing journey began with the Hong Kong Under-16 team.  He also captained Hong Kong U-19s. Here, he showcased his talent early on, impressing scouts with his ability to deceive batters with his spin. A noteworthy performance came in the 2016 U-19 World Cup qualifiers, where he scalped a valuable five-wicket haul against Oman, hinting at the potency he possessed.

Taking the next step, Subramanyan received a call-up for his First-Class debut in 2018. This was not for Hong Kong but for Durham Marylebone Cricket Club against Middlesex. This opportunity to play outside of his home nation allowed him to test his skills against a different kind of competition and potentially gain valuable exposure.  However, fate had other plans. Injuries, a recurring theme in Subramanyan's early career, struck him down and forced him to withdraw from the 2018 Asia Cup Qualifiers. This setback undoubtedly hampered his progress and left him yearning for a chance to prove his mettle on the bigger stage.

Undeterred, Subramanyan finally got his shot with the Hong Kong senior team in 2019. The venue was Namibia, and the tournament was the ICC World Cricket League Division Two. This marked his List-A debut, where he took the field against Canada. 

Recognizing the need for change, Subramanyan made a significant decision in 2021. He shifted his focus and relocated to Chennai, a move that would prove to be a turning point in his career. Under the guidance of Laxman Sivaramakrishnan, who had been mentoring him since 2016 during his summer breaks in India, Subramanyan honed his skills and prepared for the challenges ahead.

In 2023, his talent caught the eye of Shahrukh Khan, the captain of the Lyca Kovai Kings, in the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) auction. Shahrukh, impressed by Subramanyan's skills, recommended him to the franchise, which led to him being picked up by the team. He had already played in the TNPL as a player for the Madurai Panthers but did not receive a single opportunity.

Subramanyan's journey in the TNPL reached its pinnacle in the final. With the spotlight on him, he delivered a stellar performance, claiming a phenomenal four wickets for a mere 21 runs in his allotted four overs. This outstanding display of control and accuracy not only helped his side secure the trophy but also catapulted him into the limelight, earning him the coveted Player of the Match award.

The leggie was a net bowler for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021, and the same franchise acquired his services for the 2024 season, handing him his maiden IPL contract for INR 20 lakh.

(As of March 2024)