Anjum Chopra Biography, Family, Marriage, Net Worth, Records

Anjum Chopra Biography

Full NameAnjum Chopra
Marital StatusUnmarried
ProfessionFormer Indian International Cricketer & Commentator
Jersey Number2 (India Women’s Cricket Team)
Date of BirthMay 20, 1977 (Friday)
Age (as of 2023)46 years
BirthplaceNew Delhi, India
ResidenceNew Delhi, India
Zodiac SignTaurus
Food HabitsNon-Vegetarian
SchoolDelhi Public School, R.K. Puram
College/UniversitySt. Stephen’s College, Delhi University, and FORE School of Management
Educational QualificationMBA in Human Resource & Marketing
Social Media AccountsFacebook, Instagram, Twitter

Physical Stats

Height5’4” (163cm)
Weight (approx.)58 kgs
Body Measurements40-32-12
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBrown

Anjum Chopra Family Members

Anjum Chopra Family Photo
Family MemberNameRole/Profession
Maternal GrandfatherVed Prakash SahniAthlete, Cricket Commentator
FatherKrishan Bal ChopraGolfer
MotherPoonam ChopraHomemaker, Goodyear Car Rally Winner
BrotherNirvan ChopraRepresented Delhi in Cricket (Under-17, Under-19)
Maternal UncleRohit SahniFormer Cricketer, Wicket-Keeper, Opening Batsman; Captain for Hindu College and Delhi University

Anjum Chopra Net Worth

  • Net Worth: 5 Million USD (around 40 Crore INR)
Anjum Chopra Photos

Debut and Last Matches

FormatDebut Date DebutLast Match DateLast Match
TestNovember 17, 1995EnglandAugust 29, 2006England
ODIFebruary 12, 1995New ZealandMarch 16, 2012Australia
T20IAugust 05, 2006EnglandMarch 23, 2012Australia

Anjum Chopra Records

  • First Indian player to score an ODI century for India.
  • The first captain to win a Test Series abroad: Anjum led India to victory in South Africa in 2002.
  • First captain to win a home series 5–0 whitewash against England in India in 2002.
  • The first player to play 100 ODIs for India.
  • First to play 6 World Cups for India (four ODI World Cups and two T20s).
  • First player to get an international appointment when she worked with Cricket South Africa women’s team as a technical consultant in 2012–2013.
  • First female sportscaster and player to commentate on men’s cricket match: Anjum broke barriers by stepping into the world of commentary for men’s cricket.
Anjum Chopra Wining Padma Shri

Anjum Chopra Awards/Achievements

  • Padma Shri (2014): India’s fourth-highest civilian award.
  • Arjuna Award (2007): Recognizing outstanding achievements in sports.
  • Rajiv Gandhi Delhi State Award (2004): Honoring significant contributions.
  • ICC Player of the Match (2000, 2005, 2009): Acknowledgment for outstanding performances.
  • Shiromani Desh Sewa Rattan Award (2002): Presented by Shaheed memorial international Sewa society, Ludhiana.
  • Zee Astitva Award (2008): ‘Award for exemplary Women.’
  • FICCI – YFLO- Young Women Achievers Award (2009): Recognizing achievements in sports.
  • Alumni Recognition Award for Public Contribution (2012): FORE School of Management.
  • Honorary Membership of Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), Lord’s Cricket Ground, London (2016): First Indian woman cricketer to receive it.

Anjum Chopra Career Stats

Runs scored5482,8562415,521
Batting average30.4431.3817.2135.85
Top score9810037*100
Bowling average44.0046.0030.27
Best bowling1/92/93/11

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. Who is Anjum Chopra?
    • Answer: Anjum Chopra is a Cricket Commentator, former Cricketer, and former Captain of India’s National Women’s Cricket Team. She made her debut in cricket at the age of 9 and later played for the College girl’s team at the Inter-college level.
  2. How old is Anjum Chopra?
    • Answer: Anjum Chopra was born on 20 May 1977 in New Delhi, India, making her 46 years old as of 2023.
  3. Is Anjum Chopra married?
    • Answer: As of 2024, Anjum Chopra is single.
  4. Who is Anjum Chopra’s brother?
    • Answer: Anjum Chopra’s brother is Nirvan Chopra, who has represented Delhi in cricket at the Under-17 and Under-19 levels.
  5. At what age did Anjum Chopra make her debut in cricket?
    • Answer: Anjum Chopra made her debut in One Day Internationals (ODIs) at the age of 17, on 12 February 1995, against New Zealand in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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