Vikram Rathour (Indian Blow Coach) Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, Biography and More – umang

Vikram rathour

Vikram Rathour is a former Indian cricketer appointed as a batting coach for the Indian National Cricket Team in 2019.

Wiki / biography, caste

Vikram Kumar Rathour was born on Rajput family on Wednesday, March 26, 1969 (Age: 50 years old as 2019), Jalandhar, Punjab, India. At a young age, he began playing cricket. His zodiac sign is Aries.

Physical appearance

  • Height (approx): 6 ′ 2 ″
  • Chest (about): 40 inch
  • Waist (approx): 32 inch
  • Biceps (about): 14 inch
Sourav Ganguly and Vikram Rathour

Sourav Ganguly and Vikram Rathour


Information about his parents, siblings and wife is not known.


In 1985 he made his debut as a first-class cricket representing the Punjabi cricket team to the service cricket team. From 1985 to 2003 he played 146 games, scoring 11473 with 33 tons. He was part of the Punjabi Cricket Team, which won the Ranji Trophy in 1992.

Vikram Rathour while playing shots

Vikram Rathour while playing shots

On April 15, 1996, Sharjah made an ODI debut for Pakistan and a test debut for the UK on June 6, 1996. He played six test matches and seven ODIs. He scored 131 on two half-century tests and 193 on ODI.

In 2003, he retired from first-class cricket and settled in England. Later he was called as Punjabi Cricket Team Coach. He also led the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Team. In 2011, he served as assistant coach for the IPL team Kings XI Punjab. Rathour was one of the national selectors of the Senior Committee led by Sandeep Patil until 2016. From 2017 to 2019, Rathour served as director of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association.

Favorite things

  • Stadium: Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow, India


  • He is not only a batter, but also a turnstile.
  • Rathour applied for a hit advisor post to the National Cricket Association (NCA) before becoming a hit coach for the Indian National Cricket Team. He also assisted as coach of the Indian national cricket team under 19 but his choice was postponed.
  • In 2019, Rathour replaced Sanjay Bangar with a batting coach for the Indian National Cricket Team.
  • His hobbies are listening to music, travel and more.


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