(Last Updated on : 26/05/2015)
Mohnish Dinesh Mishra better known as Mohnish Mishra is an Indian Cricket player and a right handed batsman and a right arm off break bowler.
Mohnish Dinesh Mishra was born on 9th February in the year 1984. He is an Indian cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler.
Mohnish Dinesh Mishra was banned from Indian cricket due to his signing with the rebel ICL. Subsequently, Mohnish Dinesh Mishra left the ICL and, following an amnesty offer from Board of Control for Cricket in India
(BCCI), returned to Indian domestic cricket scenario.
Mohnish Dinesh Mishra is a middle-order batsman. Mohnish Dinesh Mishra made his FC debut for Madhya Pradesh
against Railways in 2000-2001 at the age of 16.
However, Mohnish Dinesh Mishra played just two games in that season. He also represented India at the ICC Under-19 World Cup in 2002. But then he went through a period of four years without competitive cricket as he failed to impress the selectors of his state team.
He made a comeback during the 2005/06 season, but his domestic career was cut short after he signed up with the Delhi Giants team in the now-defunct Indian Cricket League. Eventually the BCCI revoked its ban on the ICL players and Mishra returned to playing for his state team in 2009 and has been a regular member of the playing XI ever since. He signed up for Deccan Chargers
Mohnish Dinesh Mishra went on to play 11 matches for them that season. He had a highly successful first-class season in 2010-2011 as he accumulated 718 runs in 9 matches at an average of 59.83. In 2011, he signed a contract with the new IPL franchise Pune Warriors India
Mohnish Dinesh Mishra was suspended on 15th May 2012 for spot-fixing issue, after a local news channel. The TV Channel reportedly accused him along with four other players based on a sting operation.
After the corruption probe in June, Mohnish Dinesh Mishra was handed a one-year ban for bringing the game into disrepute while his Madhya Pradesh Cricket
Team-mate TP Sudhindra was given a life-ban after he was found guilty of the charges.