Pravin Tambe is one of the oldest players to represent the IPL franchise in tournament history. The 42-year-old right-arm-turner made his IPL debut with Rajasthan Royals in 2013.
Although he started his career at the age when most cricketers retire, Pravin Tambe played several seasons in the IPL with decent success. He challenged his age and stunned everyone with his outstanding bowling performance.
The Maharashtra player earned a salary of Rs 60 lakh during his IPL career. His biggest IPL deal was a deal worth Rs 2 crore offered by the Gujarat Lions in 2016.
Tambe has been part of the Rajasthan Royals, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Gujarat Lions teams during his IPL career. He played a total of 33 games in the league and scored 28 wickets with an economy of 7.75. His best bowling number is 4/20.
Pravin Tambe IPL 2014 Hat Trick
The leg-spin bowler became the oldest person to score a hat-trick in the IPL in 2014 when he scored a two-goal hat-trick against the Calcutta Cavaliers. He dismissed a wide pass from Manish Pandey. In the next two deliveries, Tambe picked up ten Doeschate wickets from Yusuf Pathan and Ryan to help Rajasthan Royals win the game.
He won two competition awards in IPL 2014. One was his hat-trick against KKR, while the second was a four-wicket wicket against Royal Challengers Bengaluru at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium.
Tambe played 26 of 33 IPL matches for Rajasthan Royals. He played for the Gujarat Lions in the remaining seven games of the 2016 season, and in 2017 he was warm on the bench for the Sunrisers Hyderabad.
This Calcutta knight knight He was signed for IPL 2020, but the veteran was unavailable because he played in a foreign league.