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Team flagIND26 yrs
batting styleright-arm medium-fast Bowler
Career & Stats
Batting
Bowling

Recent Form

5 (9) vs GGW,
10 (4) *vs RCBW,
0 (5) vs MIW,
0 (0) *vs UPW,
25 (17) vs GGW,
0 (4) vs INDW-C, T20
2 (5) vs INDW-D, T20
0 (1) vs SNO, T20
1 (1) *vs ENGW, T20I
0 (1) vs SAW, T20I
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Career Stats

T20I
Matches26
Innings13
Runs73
100s0
50s0
HS22
SR80.22
Avg6.64
Fours8
Sixes0
Duck outs--
Rank--
Debut:IND WMN vs SL WMN at Katunayake - September 19, 2018

Teams played for

India A Women India Women Green India Women Supernovas India C Women Hyderabad (India) Women

About Arundhati Reddy

NameArundhati Reddy
GenderFemale
Birth4 Oct 1997
Birth PlaceHyderabad, India
Height5 ft 4 in
NationalityIndian

A young gun from Hyderabad and an aspiring wicket-keeper, Arundhati Reddy turned out to be one of the gems as a pace bowler for the Women in Blue. ... continue reading

Player Bio

A young gun from Hyderabad and an aspiring wicket-keeper, Arundhati Reddy turned out to be one of the gems as a pace bowler for the Women in Blue. 

As a youngster, she joined the Hyderabad Cricket Academy to pursue her dreams. After a couple of months in the academy, her coach sent her to the Womenโ€™s Summer Camp organised by the Hyderabad Cricket Academy. Arundhati was so good that she was directly sent to the U-19 team.

In August 2018, while practising for some local tournament, she received her maiden call-up for the Indian women teamโ€™s T20I series against Sri Lanka. On her debut, Arundhati had an eventful bowling performance as she took the all-important wicket of a well-set B Mendes but conceded 37 runs in 3 overs. Arundhati rose to the occasion in the 3rd T20, when she displayed an all-round performance. She first scalped two crucial wickets of Mendes and H Siriwardene before displaying her fielding prowess by taking a catch and inflicting a run-out.

On the back of an impressive debut series,  it was declared that Arundhati Reddy would be donning the Indian jersey at the 2018 ICC T20 Womenโ€™s World Cup. After a dismissive 2018 T20 World Championships campaign, Reddy returned with 4 wickets in 3 T20Is during the tour of New Zealand. 

Ahead of the 2020 ICC T20 Womenโ€™s World Cup, she was named in the talented 15 member squad. She displayed some fine pace bowling in the second group match against Bangladesh removing two top-order batters. 

Arundhati is an explosive pace bowler who has all kinds of variations in her arsenal. Capable of swinging the new balls both ways with a deadly bouncer, she is a blessing for the current Indian Womenโ€™s team.

(As of March 2021)