He was born in Surat, but grew up in Nargol, a village which is situated near Maharashtra border in Umbergoan town in Gujarat. Arzan now resides in Valsad, which is in close proximity to Ahmedabad.
He is a left-arm medium-pacer who has a very smooth and clean action and has the ability to swing the ball both ways.
Nagwaswalla has represented Gujarat at various stages in the Under-16, U-19 and U-22 tournaments. Then in the year 2019, Arzan became the first Parsi cricketer since Mumbai’s Zubin Barucha (1992-1995) to play Ranji Trophy tournament.
Before getting the opportunity to play with a few Ranji Trophy players, Arzan was initially coached by his brother Vispi after that he got this opportunity in his hometown and that helped him develop his skill and have a career in the game.
He has recently rose to fame when he got picked as one of the four standby players in India’s Test squad for the final of the World Test Championships(WTC) to be held on 18 June and he is also named in the series against England.
The pace-friendly conditions in England will help Arzan trouble the batters. Since he has not been exposed to international cricket and in the IPL, the English players might not have much idea about his bowling exploits.
There are very less chances of his debut at WTC FInal and if something miraculous happens he might get a chance.
Arzan Nagwaswalla’s age is 23 years. His height is 5 feet 9 Inches and his weight is 71 kgs. Nagwaswalla has black eyes and Black coloured hairs. As soon as we get information about his physical details we will update it as soon as possible.
In feet- 5 feet 9 inches In centimetre- 175.25
In kilogram- 71 Kgs In Pound- 165.52 lbs
Age in 2020
Arzan Nagwaswalla’s Family
He is currently single and happy right now as he is focusing on his career rightnow.
Some Interesting Facts About Arzan Nagwaswalla
Arzan Nagwaswalla hasn’t played for any IPL team and any international game till now.
He was currently part of mumbai indian’s squad as a Net bowler.
Nagwaswalla topped the bowling charts with a total of 41 wickets for Gujarat in Ranji Trophy 2019-20.