Aditya Tare Bio

Aditya Prakash Tare, better known as Aditya Tare, is an Indian cricketer who was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, on November 7, 1987. He is a right-handed batsman who is known for his lusty blows down the order as well as his ability to mould his game to the situation at hand.


Career

Domestic Career

On February 27, 2008, the wicketkeeper-batsman made his List A debut against Baroda in Pune. Tare made his first-class debut for his team against Orissa on November 10th, 2009, at his home ground. Tare was also fast to adapt to the T20 format, making his T20 debut for Baroda on October 20, 2009, during the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

Tare did not play in the 2010-11 Ranji Trophy season due to recurrent injuries, but he returned with a bang the following season, recording the most dismissals by a keeper in a season and becoming Mumbai’s second highest run-getter. Tare, a regular in Mumbai’s domestic side, succeeded Suryakumar Yadav as captain of the Ranji Trophy squad in 2015. He’s also been appointed captain of Mumbai’s T20 team for the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. Tare holds the Ranji Trophy record for most dismissals (41) as a wicketkeeper (2011-12).

IPL Career

He was a member of the staff during the franchise’s championship seasons in 2013 and 2015. Tare is best known for hitting a vital six against Rajasthan Royals in IPL-7, which helped Mumbai Indians reach the final four from nowhere.

He was purchased by the Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2016 after several noteworthy results for the Mumbai Indians. He was purchased by the Delhi Daredevils ahead of the 2017 IPL season, and he returned to his hometown the following season.

Aditya Tare had to wait for his turn after suffering a thumb injury before the start of the 2018 season. The MI management turned their attention to Ishan Kishan and decided to stick with him. Tare did not appear in any of the 12th edition’s games and is still fighting for a spot in the starting XI alongside Kishan and senior pro Quinton de Kock.

Background

Tare, who was born into a fishing family in Palghar, a district on the outskirts of Mumbai, represented the city in all age groups, captaining the under-19 and under-22 squads. He is best known for hitting a six off James Faulkner’s final pitch to take the Mumbai Indians into the playoffs.

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