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Aditya Tare

Date of Birth 07/11/1987
Age 32
NationalityIndian
Player Status Available
Playing Role Wicket-Keeper
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style Right-hand
Entry Route Tier 5
Major Teams India A, Mumbai Indians, Delhi Daredevils, Sunrisers, Mumbai, West Zone

Aditya Tare is an accomplished wicket-keeper batsman playing for, and skippering, Indian powerhouse Mumbai in Ranji Trophy cricket. A Mumbai stalwart, Tare has spent his entire career with the State and has played alongside some of the biggest names in the game.

Since his domestic debut in 2008, Tare has played over 240 matches across the 3 formats, to include 9 seasons in the IPL (Delhi Daredevils, Sunrisers and Mumbai Indians). He boasts an impressive record, compiling neigh on 8,000 runs with 9 centuries and a highest score of 222. During his career, Tare has been on the national radar, featuring for West Zone and India A on several occasions.

The keeper/batsman has been a stand-out and incredibly reliable performer in all forms of cricket. With the exception of the 2017/18 summer (237 runs at 23.70), Tare hasn’t averaged less than 33 in a Ranji Trophy season, regularly scoring upwards of 600 runs. His best season came in 2012/13, the season he notched up his career-best double century (222) en-route to 859 runs at 45.21.

In white-ball cricket, he averages late-20's in both List-A and T20 cricket. In recent seasons, Tare has starred the shortest format, averaging 30.50 (2014/15), 51.83 (2015/16), 41.33 (2016/17) and 24.16 (2017/18). In List A during the 2016/17 season, he also churned out 258 runs at 64.50 for Mumbai, followed by 186 at 26.57 (2017/18), 114 runs at 38.00 (2018/19), and 413 runs at 68.83 (2019/20), respectively.

The talented wicket-keeper batsman announced himself on the Indian scene in 2010, when he was picked up at auction by IPL franchise Mumbai Indians. He was a part of the squad during MI’s title-winning campaigns in 2013 and 2015 - though the presence of Parthiv Patel in the squad often denied him a place in the XI in 2015 - and famously smashed a six off Australian all-rounder James Faulkner to take the side past Rajasthan Royals into the playoffs on net run rate in 2015. In the 2016 auction, Tare was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 1.2 crore.

On the first-class front, Tare, a permanent fixture in Mumbai's domestic side, took over the captaincy of the Ranji Trophy team from Suryakumar Yadav in 2015 and continue to lead from the front, across all formats. He has been in fine form this summer - striking another Ranji century (154 v Tamil Nadu), following his strong white-ball campaigns (List A - 413 runs at 68.83; T20 - 355 runs at 39.44).

Tare is a high-class cricketer who is now eager to spend a season playing cricket abroad, post IPL, in June 2020 onwards.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 07/11/1987
Age 32
NationalityIndian
Player StatusAvailable
Playing RoleWicket-Keeper
Player Status Available
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style Right-hand
Entry Route Tier 5
Major Teams India A, Mumbai Indians, Delhi Daredevils, Sunrisers, Mumbai, West Zone

Aditya Tare is an accomplished wicket-keeper batsman playing for, and skippering, Indian powerhouse Mumbai in Ranji Trophy cricket. A Mumbai stalwart, Tare has spent his entire career with the State and has played alongside some of the biggest names in the game.

Since his domestic debut in 2008, Tare has played over 240 matches across the 3 formats, to include 9 seasons in the IPL (Delhi Daredevils, Sunrisers and Mumbai Indians). He boasts an impressive record, compiling neigh on 8,000 runs with 9 centuries and a highest score of 222. During his career, Tare has been on the national radar, featuring for West Zone and India A on several occasions.

The keeper/batsman has been a stand-out and incredibly reliable performer in all forms of cricket. With the exception of the 2017/18 summer (237 runs at 23.70), Tare hasn’t averaged less than 33 in a Ranji Trophy season, regularly scoring upwards of 600 runs. His best season came in 2012/13, the season he notched up his career-best double century (222) en-route to 859 runs at 45.21.

In white-ball cricket, he averages late-20's in both List-A and T20 cricket. In recent seasons, Tare has starred the shortest format, averaging 30.50 (2014/15), 51.83 (2015/16), 41.33 (2016/17) and 24.16 (2017/18). In List A during the 2016/17 season, he also churned out 258 runs at 64.50 for Mumbai, followed by 186 at 26.57 (2017/18), 114 runs at 38.00 (2018/19), and 413 runs at 68.83 (2019/20), respectively.

The talented wicket-keeper batsman announced himself on the Indian scene in 2010, when he was picked up at auction by IPL franchise Mumbai Indians. He was a part of the squad during MI’s title-winning campaigns in 2013 and 2015 - though the presence of Parthiv Patel in the squad often denied him a place in the XI in 2015 - and famously smashed a six off Australian all-rounder James Faulkner to take the side past Rajasthan Royals into the playoffs on net run rate in 2015. In the 2016 auction, Tare was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 1.2 crore.

On the first-class front, Tare, a permanent fixture in Mumbai's domestic side, took over the captaincy of the Ranji Trophy team from Suryakumar Yadav in 2015 and continue to lead from the front, across all formats. He has been in fine form this summer - striking another Ranji century (154 v Tamil Nadu), following his strong white-ball campaigns (List A - 413 runs at 68.83; T20 - 355 runs at 39.44).

Tare is a high-class cricketer who is now eager to spend a season playing cricket abroad, post IPL, in June 2020 onwards.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.