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About Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh also known as Turbanator is an Indian former cricketer and cricket commentator who played for the Indian national cricket team. Harbhajan Singh is India's most successful off spin bowler.
Harbhajan Singh’s birthday is 3 July in the year 1980.Harbhajan Singh was born in Ludhiana,India. Harbhajan Singh’s age is 42 years. Harbhajan Singh’s zodiac sign is Cancer. Harbhajan Singh is a Bowler/Right-arm off break and Right-handed Batsman
Harbhajan Singh attended the Government Model Senior Secondary SchoolDoaba School for his primary education and Parvati Jain High School in Jalandhar for his high school.
Harbhajan Singh is the son of Sardar Sardev Singh Plaha, a businessman who owned a ball bearing and valve factory and a brother of 5 sisters. Harbhajan Singh married actress Geeta Basra, on 29 October 2015 in Jalandhar, they have a two kids daughter, and a son.
Harbhajan Singh was trained as a batsman by his first coach Charanjit Singh Bhullar, and later turn to the tutelage of Davinder Arora.
Harbhajan Singh took 12 wickets in his Under-16 debut for Punjab against Haryana in November 1995.
Harbhajan Singh's strong performances at various age levels prompted him to make his first-class debut in the Ranji Trophy against Services in October 1997, earning him a spot in the Indian team for the 1998 ICC U-19 World Cup. Harbhajan Singh had a solid showing in the U-19 World Cup, taking eight wickets in six matches.Harbhajan Singhs's season was cut short in January 1998 when he represented India in the Under-19 World Cup,he took eight wickets at 24.75 with a best of 3/5 against Kenya in six matches.
When Hrabhajan Singh returned to India, he played in three more Ranji Trophy matches, taking 18 wickets at an average of 22.50 and finishing outside the top 20 in wicket-taking,he finished with a total of 5/131 as North Zone lost by five wickets to East Zone.Harbhajan Singh played the entire 2009 Indian Premier League season in South Africa, taking 12 wickets at 21.33 and an economy rate of 5.81 in 13 matches.
Harbhajan Singh was one of the most economical bowlers in the competition, taking 1/9 in four overs against Punjab to win the man of the match award,he finished the season with 4/17 against Delhi, but it was not enough to prevent a four-wicket defeat.
Harbhajan Singh after ten years with the Mumbai Indians, was purchased by the Chennai Super Kings in 2018. Harbajan Singhs's contract with Chennai Super Kings expired on January 20, 2021. During the 2021 IPL auction, he was signed by Kolkata Knight Riders for a fee of 2 crore.
Harbhajan Singh a month after his Test debut, made his ODI debut against New Zealand. Harbhajan Singh had a mixed tournament at the 2003 Cricket World Cup, taking 11 wickets at 30.45 with an economy rate of 3.92 in ten matches.
In the final, Ganguly chose to field, and Harbhajan Singh was the only Indian bowler to take a wicket, taking 2/49 from eight overs.
Harbhajan played in all eight of India's round-robin matches in the Commonwealth Bank series, which also involved Sri Lanka, taking five wickets at 39.00.
Harbhajan Singh was part of the 2011 World Cup-winning squad.Harbhajan Singh was selected to tour Australia in 1999–2000 as the second spinner after getting eight wickets in his debut Ranji encounter.
Harbhajan Singh made a stunning comeback in 2001, taking 32 wickets in three tests against Australia.
Harbhajan Singh in the second innings, became the first Indian to claim a test hat-trick, which flipped the game on its head.
Harbhajan Singh and Anil Kumble developed a powerful spin combo in the following years, tormenting cricketing opponents series after series. In July 2006, his five for 13 in the fourth test in Jamaica helped India win a test series on Caribbean soil for the first time in 35 years.
Harbhajan Singh last played a Test match against Sri Lanka in 2015.
Harbhajan Singh made his T20 International debut against South Africa in 2006, and was also a member of MS Dhoni's initial T20 World Cup winning team. Harbhajan Singh also played in the 2009 T20 World Cup and the 2012 WC. Harbhajan Singh in March 2016, played his last T20I against the UAE.
Harbhajan Singh received the coveted Arjuna Award, and in 2009Harbhajan Singhs major sponsors are Reebok, PepsiCo, Hublot, I Core, GTM, MEP, and Royal Stag
Harbhajan Singh was awarded the Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian honour in 2009. Harbhajan Singh announced his retirement from all cricket in December 2021.
Other than being a cricketer, Harbhajan Singh has also made appearance in hindi, punjabi and tamil Films. Harbhajan Singh has appeared in Mujhse Shaadi Karogi, Bhaji in Problem,Second Hand Husband,Dikkiloona and Friendship
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