Ravindra was born to Indian parents who had moved to New Zealand in the 1990s. His father, Ravi Krishnamurthy, played club-level cricket in Bengaluru before settling in New Zealand. Ravindra's grandfather, Dr. T.A Balakrishna Adiga, was a noted biology faculty who taught in Vijaya College, Bengaluru, and at BASE, Basavanagudi.
Ravindra is a private person who prefers to keep his personal life out of the spotlight. He is not known to be dating anyone.
Ravindra began playing cricket at a young age. He represented New Zealand at the Under-19 World Cup in 2016 and 2018. He made his first-class debut for Wellington in October 2018 and has since scored over 1,600 runs and taken over 25 wickets in first-class cricket.
Ravindra made his international debut for New Zealand in September 2021 in a T20I match against Bangladesh. He made his ODI debut in March 2023 against Sri Lanka and his Test debut in November 2021 against India.
Ravindra has played 10 ODIs for New Zealand, scoring 162 runs at an average of 20.25 and taking 11 wickets at an average of 23.90.
Ravindra has played 15 T20Is for New Zealand, scoring 32 runs at an average of 10.66 and taking 12 wickets at an average of 24.75.
Ravindra has played 5 Tests for New Zealand, scoring 132 runs at an average of 26.40 and taking 6 wickets at an average of 54.00.
Ravindra has not yet captained New Zealand at any level.
Ravindra has not been involved in any major controversies during his career.
Rachin Ravindra is a promising young cricketer who has the potential to become a key player for New Zealand in all three formats of the game. He is a talented all-rounder who can contribute with both the bat and the ball. Ravindra is also a very good fielder. He is still developing as a player, but he has already shown glimpses of his potential.