- India national women's cricket team 2005 - present
Sravanthi Naidu is a member of the India Women national cricket team. Basically, she is a left arm slow bowler and right handed batsman. She is usually sent to bat in the lower middle order.
Naidu debuted in ODIs on 9th December 2005 against England Women at Kolkata (Eden Gardens). In this match, she did not get an opportunity to bat. She was offered an opportunity to bowl 4 overs, none of which were maiden, conceded 31 runs and failed to take any wicket. India Women won this match by 38 runs. During the 2009 World Cup, she played against New Zealand Women at Sydney (North Sydney Oval) on 17th March 2009. She batted at the No. 10 batting position and was run out after scoring 2 runs in 3 balls. She claimed 1 wicket in the 4 overs that she bowled while giving away 14 runs. New Zealand Women won this match by 5 wickets with 14 balls remaining.
Sravanthi Naidu has participated in 4 ODIs and in these has bowled 66 deliveries and has conceded 67 runs while taking 1 wicket. Her economy rate was 6.09, bowling average was 67 and bowling strike rate was 66. She has scored just 2 runs.
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