|Stuart Terrence Roger Binny|
|Date of Birth||3 June 1984|
|Age (as in 2022)||38 Years|
|Father Name||Roger Binny|
|Wife Name||Mayanti Langer|
Former Indian cricketer Stuart Terence Roger Binny (born on 3 June 1984) played ODIs, T20Is, and Tests for his country. He was integral to the Rajasthan Royals Indian Premier League squad. Binny retired from all forms of cricket on 30 August 2021.
For the Indian team, Binny holds the record for most extraordinary bowling spell in an ODI, with 6 wickets, while giving away only 4 runs against Bangladesh in 2014.
EARLY AND PERSONAL LIFE
His father, Roger Binny, is one of the most celebrated cricket players in Indian history. He spent his middle school years in Bangalore attending The Frank Anthony Public School, located in the city where he was born. His secondary education was completed at The St. Joseph’s Indian High School, which also happened to be the school in which his father, Roger Binny, was employed as the varsity cricket coach. In addition, he trained at the International Academy of Cricket and Athletes under the tutelage of coach Imtiaz Ahmed.
Stuart Binny and Mayanti Langer became husband and wife in the year 2012. During the 2018 campaign of the Indian Premier League, he played for Rajasthan Royals as a member of that team.
Name : Stuart Terrence Roger Binny
DOB : 03 June 1984
Age : 38
Father : Roger Binny
Mother : Cynthia
Siblings : NIL
Wife : Mayanti Langer
Profession : Cricketer
Nationality : Indian
Height : 1.75 m
Weight : 71 kgs
Stuart Binny will be joining the Indian One-Day International squad in 2014. On January28,2014, he made his debut in a One Day International, bowling an over in which he allowed 8 runs and not getting into the batting lineup. The Arise Asia Cup 2014 was not his only tournament, where he went scoreless.
Binny overtook Anil Kumble as India’s greatest spinner as he took six wickets while allowing only four runs against Bangladesh on June 17. In the third game against Bangladesh, he batted solo and scored25* before weather forced the cancellation of the rest of the game. His Test debut came in the first match of the 2014 tour of England, in which he batted 1 and 78. He is one of the lucky 15 players to make the trip to Australia and New Zealand for the 2015 Cricket World Cup. Not a single match in the tournament included him.
After the Indians lost the first test to Sri Lanka in August 2015, Binny was named as a replacement for the second and third test matches. He was traded to Harbhajan Singh, and in two innings he grabbed three wickets and scored 15 and 8.
For India, he debuted in Twenty20 International play on July17,2015, against Zimbabwe.