Birth date 7 Nov 1989 (30 years)
Nationality India India
Position Batsman
Nickname Toshu
Team history
Deccan Chargers 2012 - present
Uttar Pradesh 2006 - present
Kochi Tuskers Kerala 2011
Kings XI Punjab 2008

Tanmay Manoj Srivastava is a left handed batsman representing the Uttar Pradesh team. He was an active player of the India Under-19 team that won the 2008 under 19 cricket World Cup in Malaysia.

Also known by the name, Toshu, Tanmay came into limelight in 2008 IPL when he was contracted by the team of Kings XI Punjab. He was selected by the team of Kochi Tuskers Kerala 2011 and presently, he plays for the Deccan Chargers team to play at the IPL 5 season 2012.

Srivastava was the main player of the Indian team in the Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia. In this championship, he scored 262 runs and became the highest scorer of the tournament. In the final match against South Africa, his crucial innings of 43 helped his team to win the World Cup.

Career Highlights

This left hand batsman and right arm medium bowler played in 45 First class matches, with his debut being in 2006 against the Rest of India team held in Nagpur. He scored 2546 runs at an average of 35.85 and a strike rate of 46.24. He played in 30 List A matches, scoring 1276 at an average of 45.57 and a strike rate of 76.91. His debut in List A matches was in 2006 held in Chennai.

He played in 20 Twenty20 matches, scoring 303 runs, at an average of 23.30 and a strike rate of 114.77. His debut in Twenty20 was in 2007 against the team of Railways held in Jaipur.