On October 4, 1997, Rishabh was born in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India. He will be 24 years old in 2021. He may trace his ancestry back to Roorkee, Uttarakhand, India. He attended The Indian Public School in Dehradun for his education. He attended Delhi University’s Sri Venkateswara College in New Delhi. Rishabh Pant has always wanted to play cricket and has great admiration for Australian wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist. When he was only 12 years old, he moved from Roorkee to Delhi to receive professional cricket coaching.
His childhood coach Tarak Sinha advised him to move to Rajasthan to pursue more prospects and exposure in cricket when he joined the Sonnet Club.
A Kumauni Brahmin family is Rishabh’s family. Rajendra Pant was his father.
Rishabh comes from a Kumauni Brahmin family. His mother, Saroj Pant, and father, Rajendra Pant, are both deceased. Sakshi Pant is his older sister.
At the U-14 and U-16 levels, Rajasthan was represented by Rishabh Pant. He experienced prejudice and outsider treatment while playing for the Rajasthan squad, and as a result, he was eventually expelled from the academy. After enduring all the abuse and preserving his cricket career, he left Rajasthan for Delhi. He began participating in games for Delhi at various age levels and earned his Delhi team debut in 2015.
He started playing for the Rahul Dravid-coached India-A team. Dravid spent extra time training with Rishabh to assist him in improving his batting technique.
He began playing for Delhi Daredevils in 2016 after being hired for 1.9 crores from a basic salary of 10 lakhs. A turning point in his life occurred due to his success at the U19 World Cup in 2016. He made his international test debut on August 18, 2018, against England in Nottingham, his international ODI debut on October 21, 2018, against the West Indies in Guwahati, and his international T20 debut on February 1, 2017, against England in Bengaluru.
He is the second Indian to score 267 runs or more in Bangladesh’s Under-19 World Cup (2016).
He scored the Under-19 World Cup’s quickest century (18 balls), setting a record (2016).
He is the fourth player and the third-youngest Indian to have scored a goal. By scoring 308 runs against Maharashtra in the Ranji Trophy, he became the third youngest Indian and the fourth player to record a triple century in first-class cricket (2016–17).
He set a record for the quickest century in the Ranji Trophy against Jharkhand (in 48 balls) (2016).
He is dating Isha Negi, an independent businesswoman and interior decorator by profession.