Thursday, August 10, 2017

Tamim Iqbal Biography

One of the most terrific left-handed batsmen, Tamim Iqbal contains the quality to make the team win through his performance. Tamim is one of the most assured batting stars of Bangladesh team and still performing as an opening batsman. He is considered as the most exciting views of Bangladesh National team along with a hard hitter batsman as well. He is well played with straight drive and off side shots as his favorite ones.

Tamim Iqbal Short Biodata


Full name: Tamim Iqbal Khan

Born: 20 March 1989

Height: 1.80 m

Batting style: Left-hand bat

Bowling style: Right arm off break

Tamim Iqbal wife name: Ayesha Siddiqa

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Cricket Career of Tamim Iqbal

 

He started his carrier from 2005 Under-19s and showed his sparkle with 112 runs from only 71 balls in the first match.

Tamim Iqbal was debutant in 2007 in ODI cricket against Zimbabwe, T20 debut against Kenya and Test debut against New Zealand in 2008.

Tamim was the 3rd youngest player who scored 1000 Test runs after Mohammad Ashraful and Sachin Tendulkar reported on the Wisden Cricket Magazine. He was awarded in 2010 as the best player. He is the most experience batsman in the current Bangladesh team and he is the highest run scorer in all formats of crickets, including Test, ODI and T20.

Batting & fielding performances of Tamim Iqbal


He is one of the consistent openers in Bangladesh cricket team. He played unbeaten opening in many matches making highest scores in the eleven players. He also awarded for the best player “Man of the Match” for brilliant performances in many international matches. Here is the statistics of Batting & fielding performances of Tamim Iqbal:


Matches
Innings
NO
Runs
Highest Score
Average
Tests-
42
80
1
3118
206
39.46
ODIs-
153
152
3
4713
154
31.63
T20Is-
47
47
4
942
88*
21.90
First-class-
72
132
7
5428
206
43.42
List A-
180
179
5
5691
154
32.70
Twenty20-
114
113
9
3017
130
29.00

BF
SR
100s
50s
4s
6s
Ct
St
5628
55.40
7
18
388
27
11
0
6029
78.17
6
32
536
62
35
0
858
109.79
0
4
107
16
12
0


13
31


25
0
7015
81.12
8
37


44
0
2572
117.30
1
20
306
85
30
0

 

Bowling performances of Tamim Iqbal


Tamim Iqbal is dependable batsman of Bangladesh cricket. But, his bowling figure is not well. Here is the Bowling performance of Tamim Iqbal:


Matches
Innings
Balls
Runs
Wickets
BBI
Tests-
42
5
30
20
0
-
ODIs-
153
2
6
13
0
-
T20Is-
47
-
-
-
-
-
First-class-
72

252
193
0
-
List A-
180

12
19
0
-
Twenty20-
114
2
13
18
0
-


BBM
Ave
Econ
SR
4w
5w
10
-
-
4.00
-
0
0
0
-
-
13.00
-
0
0
0
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
4.59
-
0
0
0
-
-
9.50
-
0
0
0
-
-
8.30
-
0
0
0

Tamim Iqbal has become a name of dependability, consistency and adaptability of Bangladesh cricket team. Thanks to the selectors who were with him at his off-form by continuing inclusion of him in the team regularly. And, now Bangladesh team totally dependable for batting on few cricketers, Tamim is in the number one of them.

Tamim Iqbal is a Bangladesh National Cricket Team player. He is known for his big hitting. Aggressive yet classy and consistent, that's how you can describe Tamim's batting. He is Bangladesh's highest run-scorer in Test and ODI, 2nd highest run-scorer in T20. That shows how good he is with the bat. When Tamim is on song, His batting is a treat to watch. He is equally good on both sides of the wicket. Tamim is regarded as one of the finest talents Bangladesh has ever produced. Tamim has a huge fan following  all over the world.

Tamim Iqbal played for Bangladesh U-19 team in 2006 U-19 cricket world cup. Bangladesh National Cricket Team selector's were quick to recognize his talent, therefore, he made his ODI debut against  Zimbabwe in 2007. Tamim was picked for 2007 cricket world cup. He showed a glimpse of promise in his first world cup appearance. Bangladesh played their first match of the tournament against top favorite  India. Tamim played a gem of an innings, scoring 51 of 53 balls which ensure a fantastic win for his team. His fearless batting caught many eyes. And that was only the start of a great career.

Tamim Iqbal made his test debut against New Zealand in 2008. In his first appearance, he scored fifty in both innings. Tamim made his maiden test century  against West Indies in 2009. Tamim's career best moment came in 2010 when Bangladesh visited England. Tamim scored back to back hundred in that 2 match test series. He was the first Bangladeshi batsman to score a century at Lords, which got his name on the Lord's honours board. He was named one of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack's four cricketers in 2011.

In December 2010, Tamim was made vice-captain of the Bangladesh team. But, after 2011 cricket world cup, Bangladesh had a disastrous Zimbabwe tour.  As a result of this, Tamim Iqbal was axed from the vice-captaincy role.  Ahead of Asia cup 2012, Tamim was dropped from the team. That ensued controversy and selectors were forced to include him in the squad. Tamim Iqbal scored four consecutive half-centuries in the tournament.

In 2015, Tamim becomes only the second Bangladeshi batsman to score a double hundred in a test match, which he scored against Pakistan.

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Apart from Bangladesh National Team, Tamim played for different teams in domestic leagues all over the world. He played for Chittagong Kings, Duronto Rajshahi, Wayamba United, Nottinghamshire, Wellington Firebirds, St Lucia Zouks.

Tamim Iqbal and his wife


Tamim and his wife Ayesha Siddiqa were childhood sweetheart. They fall in love with each other at a very small age. Ayesha went to Malaysia for higher studies. Tamim went to Malaysia several times only to meet her. In 2013, Tamim married Ayesha with a grand ceremony. Several VIPs Attended The Function.

Tamim Iqbal family


Tamim Iqbal was born in a prestigious family at Chittagong. Tamim's father late Iqbal Khan was a cricket lover, and he used inspire Tamim to play cricket. Tamim's uncle Akram Khan was former Bangladesh National Team captain. his elder brother Nafees Iqbal also played cricket for Bangladesh.
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