Suved Parkar is an Indian cricketer who is known for scoring a double century in his debut match in Ranji Trophy quarter-final against Uttarakhand in Alur, Bengaluru, becoming the 12th Indian to score a double century in a debut match.
Suved Vijay Parkar Good News Today was born on Friday, 6 April 2001 (age 21 years; as of 2022) in Mumbai. His zodiac sign is Aries. He attended Swami Vivekanand International School, Mumbai. He studied at Thakur College, Mumbai.
Height (approx.): 5′ 5″
Weight (approx.): 70 kg
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Body Measurements (approx.): Chest: 40 Inches, Waist: 32 Inches, Biceps: 12 Inches
Parents & Siblings
Sudev Parkar’s father’s name is Vijay, who is a banker. His mother’s name is Madhavi. His mother used to play kho-kho at the national level.
Sudev is unmarried.
Suved is a right hand batsman and right arm offbreak bowler. He made his Under-19 debut on 5 September 2019 against Kuwait at Colombo. Before playing for India, his domestic team was Mumbai. He is coached by Dinesh Lad and Amol Muzumdar. In 2022, he made a double century and bagged 252 runs in his debut match in Ranji Trophy quarter-final against Uttarakhand in Alur, Bengaluru. He played in place of Ajinkya Rahane who got injured during the IPL 2022. He did batting on No.4 in the match.
- Sudev started taking training at the age of eleven at Mandapeshwar Civic Federation under coach, Nagesh Thakur, who trained him for under-19 matches.
- In 2014, he played the Giles Shield final at Cricket Club of India (CCI) and he made a century on 211 balls in the match. In the match, he hit fifteen-fours. In an interview, he talked about this and said,
Now that I have scored a century, I hope to score a double ton and bat through the whole day tomorrow. We have wickets in hand and our target would be to take a lead of 200 runs and get them out quickly.”
- In 1994, Amol Mazumdar, who is Suved’s coach, scored 260 runs in his Ranji debut.
- His coach, Dinesh Lad told his parents to never stop Suved from playing cricket because he was sure that he would perform very well in cricket. He even suggested to his parents that studies can wait, and they should not force him to study. In an interview, his coach further said,
We always speak of attitude in cricket. Skills can be developed. With Suved, he had both. His attitude towards the game and just how he held the bat, it came naturally to him. There are not many who get the basics right even before they are coached. Since school days, once set he is used to converting those starts into big knocks. The stage he has reached today is because of dedication. He is very sincere and I have never seen him miss a training session. In fact, he keeps pushing me to conduct extra sessions.”