Interesting facts about Avi Barot

Avi Barot Biography

Avi Barot was born on 25 June 1992 .

Avi Barot, a former India Under-19 captain and a member of the Ranji Trophy winning team in the 2019-20 season, has died after suffering a cardiac arrest at a shockingly young age of 29.

Avi Barot was an Indian cricketer who played for Saurashtra.

Barot played 38 first-class matches, 38 List A matches, and 20 Twenty20 matches during his career, including 21 matches in the Ranji Trophy, 17 List A and 11 domestic T20 matches for Saurashtra.

Avi’s father passed away at 42. He is now survived by his mother and wife who is four months pregnant.

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Avi Barot played as a right-handed wicket-keeper-batsman and scored 1,547 runs, 1,030 runs and 717 runs in first-class, List-A and T20 respectively.

Barot was a part of the Ranji Trophy winning Saurashtra team, which had defeated Bengal in the summit clash. He had scored a half century in that match.

He was also a part of the Saurashtra team that reached the Ranji Trophy final in 2015-16 and 2018-19. The Saurashtra Cricket Association issued a statement to express its condolences.

Barot idiolised batting great Sachin Tendulkar. Co-incidentally, when Barot was in the Haryana squad, Tendukar played his last Ranji Trophy game in Lahli in 2013.

Avi Barot died of Cardiac arrest on 15 October 2022