Sanju Samson Stats, Net Worth, Age, Wife, Biography & More

Sanju Samson 

Sanju Viswanath Samson is an Indian international cricketer who is the captain of Kerala in domestic cricket and the Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League. He is a right-handed wicketkeeper-batter, and he was the vice captain of the Indian U-19 team for the 2014 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. He made his India debut in the 2015 T20 international away against Zimbabwe. He made his one-day international debut in 2021 against Sri Lanka. 

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Real name: Sanju Viswanath Samson
Age: 29 years 
Height : 5 Feet 7 Inch (Approx)
Date of Birth: 11 November 1994
Birth Place: Pulluvila
Profession: Cricketer 
Teams: International: India (Test, ODI, T20)
IPL: Rajasthan Royals 
Batting Style: Right-handed
Bowling Style: Right-arm off break

Family :

Martial Status: Married 
Wife: Charulatha Samson 
Child: Not Know 
Mother: Ligy Viswanath
Father: Samson Viswanath
Siblings: Saly Samson


Net Worth :

Net Worth: ₹ 82 crores+ (Approx)
Monthly Income: Not Know 
Yearly Income: Not Know 
Income Source: Cricket, Sponsorship, Brand Promotions and more

Socials :

Instagram: Click: imsanjusamson

Stats : (As of May 2024)

Indian Premier League (IPL) 

Matches: 164
Runs: 4374
Average: 31.02
Strike Rate: 139.26
Highest Score: 102* (against Sunrisers Hyderabad, 2019)
Centuries: 1
Fifties: 28
Catches: Not Know
Stumpings: Not Know

One Day Internationals (ODIs)

Matches: 16 
Runs: 510
Average: 57.77
Strike Rate: 88.13
Highest Score: 108 (against South Africa, 2023)
Centuries: 1
Fifties: 3

Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is)

Matches: 25
Runs: 374
Average: 18.94
Strike Rate: 127.63
Highest Score: 77 (against Ireland, 2022)
Fifties: 1

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Sanju Samson:

Sanju Viswanath Samson, who was born on November 11, 1994, is an Indian cricketer who has won the love of fans with his outstanding batting and brilliant wicket-keeping. His journey, from a small talent in Kerala to a player in the IPL and for the Indian national team, is because of dedication, talent, and more.

Early Life:

Sanju Samson comes from Kerala, and his love for cricket started when he was a child. In his early years, he developed his skills, and everyone was impressed by his early talent. This was the beginning of Kerala's dream debut in the prestigious Ranji Trophy at the age of 17 in the 2011–12 season.

Domestic Dominance and IPL Breakthrough

Sanju Samson's remarkable performances especially his record-breaking achievements in the Ranji Trophy. He is the one who has the most centuries by a wicketkeeper batsman in the tournament. His leadership skills also came out; thus, he became the youngest cricketer to captain a Ranji Trophy team.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) was another place where Sanju Samson showed his talent. After this, he became an important player in the Rajasthan Royals batting line-up while playing for them. He achieved a lot of things in the IPL, like being the youngest batsman to get 1,000 runs and the youngest wicketkeeper to score 2,000 runs.

International debut and team captain:

Samson's stable IPL performances made him eligible for his international debut in 2015 against Zimbabwe in a T20I match. Although he has shown some good points, he has not been able to get a permanent place on the Indian team. 

Nevertheless, his leadership skills and experience became evident when he was the captain of the Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2021. He was at the head of the team with aplomb, demonstrating his tactical skills and motivating his teammates. This great success as a captain.

Looking Ahead:

At the age of 29, Sanju Samson is at the turning point of his career. His new form, which includes a brilliant IPL 2024 season and a highly sought-after place in the T20 World Cup squad, indicates his determination and establish himself as a vital part of the Indian team. 

Sanju Samson's journey has just begun. His indisputable talent, hard work, and leadership qualities can make him a regular member of the Indian team and also give him his own unique legacy in the cricketing world.



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