Pankaj Shaw

Indian cricket player Prithvi Pankaj Shaw led the U-19 Indian Cricket team to win in the 2018 U-19 World Cup. He played cricket since he was very young and was the captain of Rizvi Springfield High School. When he beat the world record score in school cricket, everyone thought he was a gift. Not even 14 years old when he did this, it made him famous all over town, and people often said he was like the famous Sachin Tendulkar. He quickly became a part of the India U-19 team that won the Youth Asia Cup.

Pankaj Shaw

He scored a hundred in his first Ranji Trophy match in 2017 to do it in style. After this, he got a hundred at the Duleep Trophy. The Indian under-19 team chose him as captain for the 2018 World Cup, and he led the team to win in New Zealand. He played for the Delhi Daredevils in the 2018 IPL. People think he will be the next big thing in Indian cricket, and they see a bright future for him.

Pankaj Shaw Personal Information

Full NamePrithvi Pankaj Shaw
Date of Birth09-11-1999
Age24 years
BirthplaceThane, Maharashtra
GenderMale
Height5’4″ (163 cm)
ProfessionCricket Player
FatherPankaj Shaw
Mother
Siblings
Wife
NationalityIndian
Net Worth$5 Million

 

Pankaj Shaw Career

If you want to play cricket like Pankaj Shaw, you should start early. His father put him in a cricket school in Virar. After that, he joined the Middle Income Group (MIG) Cricket Club in Mumbai and kept getting better. In 2010, a sports management company called AAP Entertainment gave him a Rs 300,000-a-year job in Mumbai so that he could keep working and move there.

Later that year, he was chosen to go to Cheadle Hulme School in Manchester for three months to study and train in different settings. He learned how to deal with the English weather and even played for Gloucestershire’s second team. He  joins a program to improve his cricket skills and attitude by the Julian Wood Cricket Academy and Bradfield College. Since then, he’s been to England several times and played for different teams.

Pankaj Shaw

In 2013, he broke the record for most runs scored in school cricket, which made news in his area. He was the leader of Rizvi Springfield School in the inter-school game and they played St. Francis D’Assisi School for the Harris Shield. In the game, he got 546 runs off of 330 balls. Shaw soon becomes Mumbai’s under-16 captain for the Vijay Merchant Trophy. which was coming up soon.

In January 2017, he played his first first-class match, which was against Tamil Nadu in the Ranji Trophy series. In the second innings, he hit a hundred, which helped his team win. He became the youngest player to score a hundred in the Duleep Trophy in September 2017. This record was  Sachin Tendulkars before. After that, Prithvi Shaw was named leader of the Indian U-19 team for the 2018 World Cup. In February 2018, he led the U-19 Indian team to victory in the World Cup. They put him up for sale in 2018 for the IPL, and Delhi Daredevils paid USD 187,500 to buy him. He got a multiyear sponsorship deal and is now managed by Baseline Ventures, a marketing and sports company based in Mumbai.

Life in General

On November 9, 1999, Prithvi Shaw was born in Thane, Maharashtra. His mother died when he was only four years old, and he turned to cricket to help him deal with it. His father, who sold clothes, shut down his business to focus on his son’s work. AAP Entertainment gave them a good deal that let them move to Santacruz in Mumbai. He is now finishing up his degree at Rizvi College of Arts, Science, and Commerce.

Pankaj Shaw Fun facts

Prithvi and his journey are shown in the 2011 cricket documentary “Beyond All Boundaries.” His father pushed him harder so that he could get to the top and play for the national team.

Prithvi Shaw Net Worth

Rising Indian cricketer Pankaj Shaw has a net worth of about ₹35 crores (US$5 million) as of 2024. His main sources of income are from his cricket career, which includes Indian Premier League (IPL) contracts, match money, and brand sponsorships.
Shaw’s primary source of income comes from his lucrative contract as a national team member with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). He also receives match monies from playing in the IPL and foreign competitions.

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