|Kannaur Lokesh Rahul|
|Date of Birth||April 18, 1992|
|Age (as in 2022)||30 Years|
|Father Name||KN Lokesh|
|Mother Name||Rajeshwari Lokesh|
|Girlfriend Name||Athiya Shetty|
Kannaur Lokesh Rahul is a cricket professional. He is the vice president of the Indian cricket team. He is also the captain of Lucknow Super Giants in IPL. He made his debut as captain in the test match against Africa in 2022. He started his international career in 2014. He is the first Indian cricketer to score a century in a one-day debut match. Including him, only three Indian players have scored a century in all three formats.
Early Life of KL Rahul
Rahul was born on April 18, 1992. His father and mother’s names are KN Lokesh & Rajeshwari respectively. Rahul was born in Bangalore. KN Lokesh is a professor at NIT, Karnataka. Rahul spent his childhood in Mangalore and did his schooling at NITK school. He started playing cricket at the small age of 10. He was sent to Bangalore to pursue his cricket career.
The Career of KL Rahul
Rahul started playing first-class cricket for the team Karnataka in 2010. He also played for the Indian team in the Under 19 age categories. He scored a total of 143 runs in that tournament.
Rahul started his international career in test match format in 2014. He made a total of 114 in that match. He debuted in ODI in 2016 in the match against Zimbabwe. He scored many centuries and made many records in a short period. He holds the record of being the fastest cricketer to score a century in every format.
KL Rahul Biography
Real Name: – Kannaur Lokesh Rahul
Profession: – Cricket Player
Father Name: – KN Lokesh
Mother Name: – Rajeshwari Lokesh
Girlfriend: – Athiya Shetty
Brothers: – Na
Date of Birth: – April 18, 1992
Age in 2022: – 30 Years
Place of Birth: – Bengaluru, Karnataka
Nationality: – Indian
Weight: – 75 kg
Height: – 1.8 Meters
KL Rahul & Hardik Pandya was suspended by BCCI after their controversial comments were given by them on a talk show name Koffee with Karan. This ban was imposed on them on the 11th of January 2019 and it was lifted after 13 days on 24 January. But only KL Rahul was invited back to play for the team.