Atharva Taide Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Atharva Taide is a youthful player of the Indian Under-19 group, who plays for the host group Vidarbha. He bats with the left hand and bowls slow arm standard with the left hand. He wore a 14-number shirt while playing in Under-19. Atharva had an opportunity to play for Punjab Kings without precedent for IPL 2022 and was incorporated by the group at a base cost of 20 lakhs.

Birth and Early Life Atharva Taide was born on 26 April 2000 in Akola, Maharashtra. His dad Yayati Taide says that “Atharva had many toys when he was youthful, yet Atharva loved just the plastic bat the most”. He has finished his tutoring from Bishop Cotton School and did school studies from Dr. Ambedkar College.

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Real Name Atharva Taide
Profession Cricketer
Date of Birth 26 April 2000
Age (as in 2022) 22 years
Birth Place Akola, Maharashtra, India
Nationality Indian
Home Town Akola, Maharashtra, India
Family Mother : Name Not Known
Father : Yayati Taide
Sister : 1 Elder Sister
Brother : Not Available
Wife : Not Available
Religion Hinduism
Address Nagpur, Maharashtra, India

Cricket Career Atharva has been playing cricket since adolescence, he could do without to play some other game other than cricket. He used to go to Akola Cricket Club to play cricket. His dad generally support and empower him. He played his List-A, First Class and T20 debut match for Vidarbha cricket crew.

Atharva made his 2018-19 Vijay Hazare Trophy List-A presentation on 20 September 2018 and around the same time his name was added to the Indian group’s 2018 ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup. He made his top of the line debut in the 2018-19 Ranji Trophy on 22 December 2018. Atharv played the 2018-19 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy on 21 February 2019.

Atharva Taide was born and brought up in Akola, Maharashtra. He is individual from winning group of U-23 Season 2019-20.

Atharva was skipper of Vidarbha for Under-19 Cooch Behar Trophy.


He scored triple 100 years in a match against Madhya Pradesh and played outstanding thump of 320 runs in the Under-19 Cooch Behar Trophy last. He matched Yuvraj Singh’s record for enlisting a triple 100 years in the last of a similar competition.

He loves to go in spare time.