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Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin tandulkar Great Indian Players Sachin Tendulkar "the divine force of cricket; no one can supplant him.He is the best.Great Indian Players is the administrator, chief, and maker of Crickter. No question about it. He is a top run scorer in both test's and odi's -  jasiboss. For me they are god alright Thank u god for giving such regard to India he is one of the immense Indian Cricket players.
               Great Indian Players Sachin Tendulkar

Great Indian Players Sachin Tendulkar “the divine force of cricket; no one can supplant him.He is the best.Great Indian Players is the administrator, chief, and maker of Cricketer. No question about it. He is a top run scorer in both test’s and odi’s –  jasiboss. For me they are god alright Thank u god for giving such regard to India he is one of the immense Indian Cricket players.

Great Indian Players  Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is an Indian cricketer, one of the greatest batsmen in cricket. He was born on 24 April 1973 in Bombay, Maharashtra, India. His father ‘Ramesh Tendulkar’ was a Marathi novelist and his mother ‘Rajni’ worked in the insurance industry. On 24 May 1995, at the age of 22, ‘Tendulkar’ married ‘Anjali’, a pediatrician and daughter of Gujarati industrialist ‘Anand Mehta’ and British social worker ‘Annabel Mehta’. Anjali is six years his senior. They have two children, ‘Sara’ born on 12 October 1997 and ‘Arjun’ born on 24 September 1999. Arjun, a left-handed batsman, has recently been included in an under-14 probable list of Mumbai Cricket Association

Great Indian Players Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is an Indian cricketer, one of the greatest batsmen in cricket. He was born on 24 April 1973 at Bombay, Maharashtra, India. His father ‘Ramesh Tendulkar’ was a Marathi novelist and his mother ‘Rajni’ worked in the insurance industry. On 24 May 1995, at the age of 22, ‘Tendulkar’ married ‘Anjali’, a pediatrician and daughter of Gujarati industrialist ‘Anand Mehta’ and British social worker ‘Annabel Mehta’. Anjali is six years his senior. They have two children, ‘Sara’ born on 12 October 1997 and ‘Arjun’ born on 24 September 1999. Arjun, a left-handed batsman, has recently been included in the under-14 probable list of Mumbai Cricket Association.

Great Indian Players received following awards, appreciations.

  • Padma Vibhushan, India’s second highest civilian award, 2008
  • Maharashtra Bhushan Award, Maharashtra State’s highest Civilian Award in 2001
  • Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest civilian award, 1999
  • Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, India’s highest honor given for achievement in sports, 1997–98
  • Arjuna Award, by the Government of India in recognition of his outstanding achievement in sports, 1994
    Sachin’s Other honors
  • Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World: 2010
  • ICC Award-Sir Garfield Sobers trophy for cricketer of the year 2010`
  • LG People’s Choice Award: 2010ICC World Test XI: 2009, 2010, 2011
  • ICC World ODI XI: 2004, 2007, 2010
  • Great Indian Players Player of the tournament in 2003 Cricket World Cup’
  • Rajiv Gandhi Awards – Sports: 2005.
  • Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1997
  • In October 2010, he was awarded for Outstanding Achievement in Sport and the Peoples Choice Award at The Asian Awards in London
  • On 28 January 2011, he won the ‘Castrol Indian Cricketer of the Year’ award
  • BCCI Cricketer of the Year’ award on 31 May 2011
  • On 3 September 2010, he was made an Honorary Group captain by the Indian Air Force
  • On 11 June 2012, he was given Wisden India Outstanding Achievement award
  • Honorary Member of the Order of Australia, given by the Australian government on 6 November 2012

Great Indian Players his brother ‘Ajit’ introduced him to cricket in 1984. He introduced the young ‘Sachin’ to ‘Ramakant Achrekar’, a famous cricket coach and a club cricketer of repute, at Shivaji Park, Dadar. He was also coached under the guidance of ‘Achrekar’ at Shivaji Park in the mornings and evenings. Great Indian Players Tendulkar would practice for hours on end in the nets. If Great Indian Players became exhausted, Achrekar would put a one-rupee coin on the top of the stumps, and the bowler who dismissed Tendulkar would get the coin. In 1987, at the age of 14, he attended the MRF Pace Foundation in Madras (now Chennai) to train as a fast bowler, but Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee, who took a world record 355 Test wickets, was unimpressed, suggesting that Tendulkar focuses on his batting instead.

A couple of months later, former Indian batsman ‘Sunil Gavaskar’ gave him a pair of his own ultra light pads. Great Indian Players Tendulkar scored 326 (not out) in this innings and scored over a thousand runs in the tournament. This was a record partnership in any form of cricket until 2006 when it was broken by two under-13 batsmen in a match held at Hyderabad in India.

On 14 November 1987, Great Indian Players Tendulkar was selected to represent Mumbai in the ‘Ranji Trophy’, India’s premier domestic first-class cricket tournament, for the 1987–88 season. However, he was not selected for the final eleven in any of the matches. A year later, on 11 December 1988, aged just 15 years and 232 days, Tendulkar made his debut for Mumbai against Gujarat in the home and scored 100 not out in that match, making him the youngest Indian to score a century on first-class debut. Great Indian Players was handpicked to play for the team by the then Mumbai captain Dilip Vengsarkar after watching him easily negotiating India’s best fast bowler at the time, Kapil Dev, in the Wankhede Stadium nets, where the Indian team had come to play against the touring New Zealand team. He followed this by scoring a century in his first Deodhar and Duleep Trophies, which are also Indian domestic tournaments.

Great Indian Players His first double century was for Mumbai while playing against the visiting Australian team at the Brabourne Stadium in 1998. He is the only player to score a century in all three of his domestic first-class debuts.

Tendulkar career in abroad:

Great Indian Players Raj Singh Dungarpur is credited for the selection of Tendulkar for the Indian tour of Pakistan in late 1989, and that also after just one first class season. The Indian selection committee had shown interest in selecting Tendulkar for the tour of the West Indies held earlier that year, but eventually did not select him, as they did not want him to be exposed to the dominant fast bowlers of the West Indies so early in his career. Tendulkar made his Test debut against Pakistan in Karachi in November 1989 aged just 16 years and 223 days.

Great Indian Players Tendulkar further enhanced his development during the 1991–1992 tour of Australia held before the 1992 Cricket World Cup, that included an unbeaten 148 in Sydney and 114 on a fast, bouncing pitch at Perth against a world-class pace attack comprising Merv Hughes, Bruce Reid, and Craig McDermott. Hughes commented to Allan Border at the time that ‘This little prick’s going to get more runs than you, AB’.

Great Indian Players Tendulkar’s rise continued when he was the leading run scorer at the 1996 World Cup, scoring two centuries. He was the only Indian batsman to perform in the infamous semi-final against Sri Lanka. Tendulkar fell amid a batting collapse and the match referee, Clive Lloyd awarded Sri Lanka the match after the crowd began rioting and throwing litter onto the field. Great Indian Players Tendulkar single-handedly won the ICC 1998 quarterfinal at Dhaka to pave way for India’s entry into the semifinals, when he took four Australian wickets after scoring 141 runs in just 128 balls.

The worst was yet to come as Professor Ramesh Tendulkar, Tendulkar’s father died in the middle of the 1999 Cricket World Cup. Tendulkar flew back to India to attend the final rituals of his father, missing the match against Zimbabwe. However, he returned with a bang to the World cup scoring a century (unbeaten 140 off 101 balls) in his very next match against Kenya in Bristol. Great Indian Players Tendulkar dedicated this century to his father.

Great Indian Players Sachin Captain in 1996, it was with huge hopes and expectations. However, by 1997 the team was performing poorly. Azharuddin was credited with saying “Nahin jeetega! Chote ki naseeb main jeet Nahin hai!”. Tendulkar, succeeding Azharuddin as captain for his second term, then led India on a tour of Australia, where the visitors were comprehensively beaten 3–0 by the newly crowned world champions. Great Indian Players Tendulkar, however, won the player of the tournament award as well as player of the match in one of the games. After another Test series defeat, this time by a 0–2 margin at home against South Africa, Tendulkar resigned, and Sourav Ganguly took over as captain in 2000.

Great Indian Players Sachin remains an integral part of the Indian team’s strategic processes. He is often seen in discussion with the captain, at times actively involved in building strategies. Former captain Rahul Dravid publicly acknowledged that Great Indian Players Tendulkar had been suggesting moves such as the promotion of Irfan Pathan up the batting order which, although only temporary, had an immediate effect on the team’s fortunes. In 2007, Tendulkar was appointed vice-captain to captain ‘Rahul Dravid’. During the Indian team’s 2007 tour of England, Dravid’s desire to resign from the captaincy became known. The BCCI President ‘Sharad Pawar’ personally offered the captaincy to ‘Tendulkar’.

However, Great Indian Players Tendulkar asked ‘Pawar’ not to appoint him captain, instead recommending ‘Mahendra Singh Dhoni’ to take over the reins. Pawar later revealed this conversation, crediting Great Indian PlayersTendulkar for first forwarding the name of ‘Dhoni’, who since achieved much success as captain. it’s because everybody can say proudly each other Iamgreatindian

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Great Indian players- Cricket Mahendra Singh Dhoni
                  Great Indian players- Cricket Mahendra Singh Dhoni
Great Indian Players Mahendra Singh Dhoni was born in Ranchi, Bihar (now in Jharkhand) to Pan Singh and Devaki Devi. Dhoni has a sister Jayanti and a brother Narendra. Great Indian Players Dhoni married Sakshi Singh Rawat on 4th July 2010.
Dhoni had a craze for long hairs as he wanted to look like his favorite Film Star John Abraham, but now he has cut them short. Great Indian Players His love for bikes is evident from his collections of 23 High-Speed Motorcycles and to add to it a Hummer and four cars in his garage in Ranchi.
Great Indian Players is endorsing 15 brands; from clothes to cool drinks and is one of the highest Income Tax Payers in Jharkhand. Dhoni is a fan of Adam Gilchrist, and in his childhood, his idols were Cricket teammate Sachin Tendulkar, Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan and Singer Lata Mangeshkar.
Great Indian Players Dhoni studied at DAV Jawahar Vidya Mandir, Shyamali,(now the school is known as JVM, Shyamli) Ranchi, Jharkhand; where he initially excelled in badminton and football and was selected at District and Club level in these sports.
Great Indian Players  Dhoni was a goalkeeper for his football team and was sent to play cricket for a local cricket club by his football coach. Though Great Indian Players he had not played cricket, Dhoni excelled with his wicket-keeping skills and became the regular wicketkeeper at the Commando Cricket Club (1995-1998). Based on his performance at Club Cricket, he was picked for the 1997/98 season Vinoo Mankad Trophy Under-16 Championship and he performed well. Dhoni focused on cricket after his 10th standard.

Great Indian Players Dhoni began his career in 1998 by playing for Bihar U-19 team. He also played for East Zone U-19 team. In 1999-2000, he made a debut for Bihar in Ranji Trophy. Great Indian Players His brilliant performances in the Deodhar Trophy, Duleep Trophy and India ‘A’ tour of Kenya, brought him to the notice of the national team selectors. He was then selected to play for the Indian Cricket team in 2004, where he made his ODI debut against Bangladesh in Chittagong.

Since then, Great Indian Players Mahendra Singh Dhoni has come a long way in cricket. His sterling performances with the bat have rescued India from many tight positions. Great Indian Players In his illustrious career, Dhoni has played 90 Tests scoring 4876 runs with his highest being 224 against Australia at Chennai in 2013. His amazing statistics behind the stumps include 256 catches and 38 stumpings.

In the ODI scenario, Great Indian Players Dhoni has so far played 265 matches scoring 8620 runs, with his highest being a staggering 183 not-out against Sri Lanka, in Jaipur, 2005-06. His ODI wicket-keeping statistics include 246 catches and 85 stumpings. Great Indian Players Dhoni made his ICC Cricket World Cup debut in 2007 and played only three matches due to India’s early exit. India won the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 and 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, among others, under his captainship.

Great Indian Players is also the captain of the Chennai Super Kings Team in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Under his captaincy, the team has won two IPL titles and also the Champions League Twenty 20 in 2010.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni Awards:

Great Indian Players has also received the Man of the Series and the Man of the Match Awards on several occasions. He got his first Test Man of the Match Award in 2008 against Australia. It was Sri Lanka in India ODI Series in 2005-06 where he received his first Man of the Series Award. Great Indian Players, He is also a recipient of the ICC Player of the year award for consecutive years in 2008 and 2009, The Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 2007 and the Padma Shri award in 2009.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni Retirement:

Great Indian Players Dhoni announced his retirement from International Test Cricket on 30 December 2014 following the drawn test between India and Australia in Melbourne. The reason that he cited behind his immediate retirement was the strain of playing cricket in all the formats of the game and to concentrate better on ODIs and T-20 matches. However, on 04 January 2017, Great Indian Players  Dhoni stepped down from the position of captain of the Indian ODI and T20I cricket teams, though reportedly he informed the board about his availability for selection for the upcoming series against England.

Some of his Other Achievements are:

  • Great Indian Players his 10 sixes in an innings are the sixth highest in ODI cricket.
  • He broke the record of Adam Gilchrist for the highest score made by a wicketkeeper by scoring 183 runs.
  • He holds the record of maximum dismissals by an Indian wicketkeeper in an innings.
  • India reached the highest test score of 726-9, under his captaincy.
  • Great Indian Players he is the only ODI captain to have played at number seven and scored a century. He did it in December 2012 while playing against Pakistan.
  • Great Indian Players he is the first Indian wicketkeeper to reach 4000 tests runs. for more details see also.its because everybody can say proudly each other Iamgreatindian. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Dhon

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Virat Kohli

Great Indian players ever In India Virat Kohli
                          Great Indian players ever In India Virat Kohli

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Great Indian Players Born in Delhi, Virat Kohli shot into prominence as the Under-19 skipper, who led India to victory at the 2008 World Cup held in Malaysia. That accolade gained him instant recognition and made him an overnight teen sensation. Soon Great Indian Players made his ODI debut for India in Sri Lanka in August 2008 when he was thrust into the opener’s role as both Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar was ruled out due to injuries. He played two important knocks – 37 in the second ODI and 54 in the fourth – both of which resulted in India winning, thereby enabling them to win the series as well. After such an impressive showing, Great Indian Players he was slightly unlucky to remain on the bench when England visited India in December 2008, as Tendulkar and Sehwag had returned and the middle-order was strong and packed.

Great Indian Players Kohli, however, was not disappointed and he went back to the domestic scene and continued to plunder attacks playing for Delhi. When India went to Australia to compete in the 2009 Emerging Players Tournament, Kohli shone brightly as he notched up a hundred in the final against South Africa. Great Indian Players, He finished as the top run-getter in the tournament, ending up with 398 runs from seven matches which included two centuries and two fifties. Due to his tremendous batting exploits, India managed to win that tournament and a new batting star was unearthed.

The season after 2009 turned to be a proving point for both Kohli and India. Great Indian Players, he got regular chances at the No.3 slot in the ODI team and he made the position his own with a string of consistent scores. Great Indian Players, He became the first Indian to score a century on World Cup debut when he smashed a ton against Bangladesh in India’s first game of the 2011 World Cup. Great Indian Players, he went on to make a few more vital contributions – including an 83-run stand with Gautam Gambhir in the final – in India’s successful World Cup campaign.

Great Indian Players Team India didn’t enjoy a great year after the World Cup, but Kohli’s career graph went upwards rapidly in the 2011-12 season. He made his Test debut in West Indies in July 2011 but was dropped for the England Tests that followed after he had a poor debut series. However, Kohli continued his great form in ODIs and made 194 runs from five innings including a century. Great Indian Players his ODI success led to a Test recall for the home series against West Indies, and Kohli hasn’t looked back ever since. A couple of half-centuries in the final Test pushed him into the Test squad for the Australia tour which followed. Great Indian PlayersKohli failed in the first two Tests in Australia but justified the team management’s continuous support for him with a 75 in the third Test in Perth and a century – The Great Indian Players his first in Test cricket – in Adelaide. Great Indian Players Kohli went on to make centuries against New Zealand, England, and Australia when the teams visited the subcontinent in the 2012-13 season and established himself as a batting mainstay for India.

While his Great Indian Players Test career might have had its ups and downs, his ODI graph only has one direction and that is skywards. Great Indian Players he is the fastest Indian to score 1,000, 3,000 and 4,000 runs in ODIs and is also the fastest cricketer to score 10 ODI centuries. He was also the highest run-scorer for India in ODIs for three consecutive years – 2010, 2011 and 2012 and won the ICC ODI Cricketer of the year award in 2012.

Great Indian Players Kohli had a strong IPL season as the captain and led the Bangalore franchise to the fifth position in the league table. He amassed 634 runs in 16 games, finishing as the third highest run-getter in IPL 6. Kohli was also one of the most consistent batsmen in the ICC Champions Trophy in June 2013 and finished fifth in the table of top run-scorers with 176 runs. When Great Indian Players MS Dhoni was injured during the Zimbabwe ODI series in July 2013, Kohli was bestowed with the honor of leading the team for the remaining games. When Australia toured India in October 2013, Kohli became the fastest Indian to score a century. Great Indian Players Kholi achieved this feat in just 52 balls as India was successful in the second highest run chase in the history of ODI cricket. Great Indian Players Kohli amassed 344 runs in the series at an average of 114.66 and topped the ICC Batsmen rankings. In November 2013, Kohli became the joint-fastest batsman to score 5,000 runs in ODIs when he scored 86 against West Indies in the first game in Kochi. He achieved this feat in 114 innings equaling Sir Viv Richards’ record. However, the record was soon broken by South African batsman Hashim Amla, who reached the milestone in 101 innings. In the second ODI, Kohli surpassed Rohit Sharma to become the leading ODI run-scorer in 2013.

Great Indian Players Kohli has a mature head on his rather young shoulders. Known to be quite an aggressive batsman, he has a sound technique, which makes him judge the length of the ball earlier than most others. He is equally adept against pace and spin and never looks ungainly at the crease. With a penchant for using his feet against the spinners, he is known to be quite destructive when in the mood. Great Indian Players Kohli has had high expectations placed on him from the moment he picked up a bat and has shown signs that he is well on the way to fulfilling those predictions.

Great Indian Players Kohli is one of the finest fielders in an Indian side which needs more men like him to make up for the other abysmal ones. Quick on his feet and also safe with his catching, Kohli can practically field anywhere in the park. Great Indian Players, he can also roll his arm over, with some occasional medium pace and has modeled his action on Chris Harris. Kohli was made the captain of the Bangalore franchise in the Indian Premier League for the season 2013.

Great Indian Players proved his credentials right as a Test batsman on the tour of South Africa when he scored a sensational first innings hundred in Johannesburg in the first Test to bail India out of trouble and followed it up with a 96 in the second innings. Great Indian Players, he continued his good form in New Zealand as well and ended the tour on a high with an unbeaten century. When it came to the limited-overs formats, no one doubted the abilities of the right-handed batsman. Although he did not manage to score big in South Africa, Great Indian Players Kohli was back to his usual best in New Zealand and also did well in the 2014 Asia Cup. Come the 2014 World T20 in Bangladesh, Kohli not only stunned everyone with his array of shots but also ended the tournament as the leading run-getter, including four fifties. It is no wonder that Bangalore decided to retain him for the 2014 IPL.

Unfortunately, Great Indian Players Kohli lost his touch when India traveled to England in 2014 and he could score just 134 runs in 10 Test match innings. Surprisingly, his struggle with the bat continued in the ODI series that followed the Tests. However, Great Indian Players he bounced back strongly with a fifty and a hundred in India’s home ODI series against West Indies and then thrashed the Sri Lankan bowlers to all corners, with two fifties and a hundred in the five-match ODI series. In the process, he also became the fastest to record 6,000 runs in ODIs.

Great Indian Players Kohli carried his great form into the 2014-15 Border-Gavaskar Trophy Down Under, in which he smashed four hundred in four Test matches. When Dhoni was injured for the first Test, Kohli led India in his absence and then was named India’s next Test captain, after Dhoni decided to quit the Test match format after the Melbourne Test. Great Indian Players Kohli became the first player to notch up three successive hundreds as a Test captain. He scored twin hundreds on captaincy debut in Adelaide before the ton at the SCG. He scored the most runs by any visiting Indian batsman in Australia and ended the series with 692 runs. Great Indian Players his great show has silenced the critics, who called for his exclusion from the Test team, after the poor show in England.

Great Indian Players Kohli started the 2015 World Cup on a bright note, his hundred against arch-rivals, Pakistan, is one of the high points of his career. He couldn’t sustain his form though, the lowest point coming in the semi-final against Australia, where he was dismissed for just 1. Great Indian Players  Kohli though took disappointment in his stride as he looked into the future. Having been confirmed as India’s Test captain, Great Indian Players he became the first Indian captain to beat Sri Lanka in their own den, since 1993, securing the series by a 2-1 margin.

More success was to beckon the young Indian captain as he led a 3-0 humbling of South Africa at home. The result took India to the No. 1 spot in the ICC Test rankings, albeit for a short period of time. Great Indian Players Kohli continued to rise amongst the ranks, scoring runs by default, both in Tests and ODIs. He took his form to the shortest format as well, scoring three consecutive fifties, during the historic 3-0 whitewash of Australia in the T20I series.

Great Indian Players Kohl’s never-ending thirst for runs carried over into the 2016 World Twenty20, he batted like a man possessed, playing crucial knocks right through the tournament. Unfortunately for him, Indian bowling failed at a crucial time during the semi-final against West Indies, leaving Kohli with only the consolation of being named as the ‘Player of the tournament’, for the second successive Twenty20 World Cup.

Great Indian Players, Kohli’s thirst for runs didn’t show signs of slowing down as he looted a record high 973 runs during the 2016 edition of the Indian Premier League, the most by any batsman in the history of the tournament – as he led his Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) franchise to runners-up finish.

While no one doubted his abilities, his rather modest Test record was something that needed to be worked on. At the end of 2015, Kohli had hundreds but hadn’t quite converted it into double tons. At the end of 2016, he had three, one each against West Indies, New Zealand, and England. Kohli – the Test batsman, had finally arrived. He finished the year with 1215 runs, at a whopping average of 75.93. Great Indian Players highest average had passed fifty for the first time in his career it’s because everybody can say proudly each other Iamgreatindian also see..https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virat_Kohli

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Sourav Ganguly

Great Indian players -Cricket Sourav Ganguly
                        Great Indian players -Cricket Sourav Ganguly

Great Indian Players the Prince of Kolkata, Sourav Ganguly has been in the news recently for his comeback to the Indian cricket team, both in the ODI and Test versions. This former captain of the Indian cricket team was born on 8 July 1972 in West Bengal. Great Indian Players, he captained the one-day cricket team from 2000 to 2005 after making his one-day international debut against Australia in 1992 and Test debut versus England in 1996. Fondly called as the Bengal Tiger, Sourav hit the headlines when on India’s 1996 tour of England, he scored two centuries in two consecutive matches, including his debut match. Great Indian Players his 183 against Sri Lanka at Taunton in the 1999 World Cup, is the highest score by an Indian in the World Cup. Following a series of poor performances, he was dropped from the national side in October 2005.

Great Indian Players came back into the national Test squad in November 2006, following the poor run of the Indian team in South Africa. In January 2007, Great Indian Players he returned to the Indian ODI team also. Great Indian Players Ganguly led India to the World Cup final in 2003, where they lost to the Kangaroos. He has over 10,000 runs in One Day Internationals and over 5,000 runs in Test cricket to his credit and along with Sachin Tendulkar formed one of the most successful opening pairs in modern-day cricket.

In 2004, Great Indian Players Ganguly was awarded the Padma Shri. He is the most successful Indian captain ever in test cricket, having captained India in a record number of 49 Test matches and winning 21 of them. After his comeback to the Indian ODI team, he has played a series of spectacular knocks and was adjudged ” Man of the Series” in the series against Sri Lanka.

Great Indian Players is the second-fastest player to reach 10,000 ODI runs. Great Indian Players, he has many records to his name. Along with Mahendra Singh Dhoni, he holds the record for the second highest score by an Indian cricketer in an ODI, along with the little maestro Sachin Tendulkar, Great Indian Players Sourav held the record for the highest first wicket partnership in an ODI match, till it was broken by Jayasuriya and Tharanga. He was the 3rd batsman in international cricket to score a century on debut at Lords. The country is waiting with bated breath for him to display his amazing pyrotechnics in the current World Cup.

Interesting Facts:

  • ‘Football’ is Great Indian Players Sourav’s first love. He played for his school football team for four years.
  • The first thing Great Indian Players Saurav does after he checks into a hotel room is to place the portrait of goddess Kali and the picture of his wife Dona on his bedside table
  • For Great Indian Players Sourav Ganguly, there is nothing more relaxing than watching Dona (his wife who is a classical dancer) perform a dance routine.

Ganguly-Records

  • Great Indian Players Ganguly is the only fourth player to cross 11,000 ODI runs.
  • Virender Sehwag scored 254 against Pakistan, which is the second fastest double century in test cricket.
  • He led India to their first series win in both Test and ODI’s in Pakistan
  • Great Indian Players scored the highest number of ODI runs in the year 1997, 1999 and 2000.
  • Great Indian Players  Saurav Ganguly and Tendulkar were involved in a World Record Opening Partnership of 252.
  • In the Sahara Cup 1997, Great Indian Players Saurav Ganguly set a new World Record for 5 consecutive Man of the Match Awards.

Chappel – Ganguly Controversy
When India played against Zimbabwe in the year 2005, Great Indian Players Ganguly scored a majestic century against Zimbabwe where his form was not so good at that period. He was interviewed by the Harsha Bhogle in the later evening session after day’s match was completed talking about his century.Great Indian Players, he was interviewed many questions asking about his shots and his return from the Harsha Bhogle asked that “Some have told you to step down from captaincy” is it right? Then Ganguly answered “Ya it is true” and told it is part of a game, but that issue was stopped there later in early 2006, Greg Chappel who was coach of Indian team emailed to BCCI stating that Ganguly was unfit to lead team India. This email was leaked to out media and country. However 10 months later he was again picked by the Indian team.

Who is Sourav Ganguly- success story-
Great Indian Players Sourav Chandidas Ganguly is amongst the most successful captains of Indian cricket team with his inspiring and aggressive leadership skills. He is ambidextrous, a left-handed batsman and a right-handed bowler. With Sachin Tendulkar, Great Indian Players he formed what was arguably the most successful opening pair ever in one-day cricket. This pair has the highest number of century partnership (16) for the first wicket. They together have scored 5621 runs at an average of 49.30.He is known for hitting the “big sixes”. Great Indian Players is also a useful extra bowler as a medium pacer. Great Indian Players Ganguly’s record as captain is outstanding. More importantly, he has been credited with transforming the Indian players into a vibrant team with an excellent team spirit.

Sourav Ganguly in- IPL: Sourav Ganguly is the icon player of Kolkata Knight Riders and is looked upon as the mentor of the team. Great Indian Players, he leads the team during the first editions of the IPL and has been selected as the captain once again in the third edition. Great Indian Players his IPL record includes 26 matches scoring 538 runs, with the highest score of unbeaten 91, and also claiming 8 wickets with his medium-fast bowling. It’s because everybody can say that each other iamgreatindian.    see also .. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sourav_Ganguly

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Kapil Dev

Great Indian players -Cricket Kapil Dev.
Great Indian players -Cricket Kapil Dev.

Great Indian Player (Cricket) Kapil Dev Ramlal Nikhanj (born 6 January 1959), better known as Kapil Dev, is a former Indian cricketer. Great Indian Players, he captained the Indian cricket team which won the 1983 Cricket World Cup. Named by Wisden as the Indian Cricketer of the Century in 2002, Kapil Dev is one of the greatest all-rounders of all time. Great Indian Players, he was also India’s national cricket coach for 10 months between October 1999 and August 2000.

Kapildev career:

Great Indian Players Kapil Dev made an impressive debut for Haryana in November 1975 against Punjab with a 6 wicket haul, restricting Punjab to just 63 runs and helping Haryana to victory. Kapil finished the season with 12 wickets in 3 matches.

  • 1976–77 season: In the 1976–77 season opener against Jammu & Kashmir, he had a match haul of 8/36 to win the match for his team. While his contributions for the rest of the season was ordinary, Haryana qualified for the pre-quarterfinals. Kapil Dev achieved his then best innings haul of 7/20 in just 9 overs in the second innings to skittle Bengal for 58 runs in under 19 overs. Although Haryana lost to Bombay in the quarterfinals, his form made the nation sit up and take notice.
  • 1977–78 season: The Great Indian Player Kapil began his 1977–78 season claiming 8/38 in the first innings against Services. With 3 wickets in the second innings, he took his maiden 10-wicket haul in first-class cricket, a feat he would later achieve twice in Test cricket. With 23 wickets in 4 matches, he was selected for the Irani Trophy, Duleep Trophy and Wills Trophy matches.
  • Haryana:- 1990–91 Ranji champions: In the 1990–91 Ranji season, Haryana rode into the semi-finals on the back of the bowling performance of Chetan Sharma and the batting performance of Amarjit Kaypee. Kapil took center stage in the semi-final against Bengal, where he led his team to a Mammoth score of 605 runs by scoring 141 as well as taking 5 wickets.

The finals of the 1991 season will be remembered for the number of international cricketers who were part of the match with Kapil Dev, Chetan Sharma, Ajay Jadeja, and Vijay Yadav turning up for Haryana and Bombay cricket team represented by Sanjay Manjrekar, Vinod Kambli, Sachin Tendulkar, Dilip Vengsarkar, Chandrakant Pandit, Salil Ankola and Abey Kuruvilla. Deepak Sharma (199), Ajay Jadeja (94) and Chetan Sharma (98) helped Haryana to a score of 522 while Yogendra Bhandari (5 wickets) and Kapil Dev (3 wickets) restricted Bombay to 410 runs in the first innings. A crucial 41 from Kapil and top scorer Banerjee (60) took Haryana to 242 runs, setting Bombay a target of 355 runs. After the initial wickets, Vengsarkar (139) and Tendulkar (96) fought back for the Bombay team. After Tendulkar’s dismissal, Haryana took the final 6 wickets for 102 runs and Vengsarkar and Bombay were stranded 3 runs short of the target. Kapil won his maiden and only Ranji Trophy championship.

Merits and achievements of Kapil Dev

Test cricket Records:
  1. In early 1994, he became the highest Test wicket-taker in the world, breaking the record held by Sir Richard Hadlee. Kapil’s record was broken by Courtney Walsh in 1999.
  2. Great Indian Players Kapil is the only player to have achieved the all-rounder’s double of 4,000 Test runs and 400 Test wickets.
  3. Great Indian Players Kapil holds the record for the most innings in a complete career (184) without being run out.
  4. Great Indian Players  he is the youngest test cricketer to take 300 wickets( 27 years 2days)

ODI cricket:

  1. In 1988, Great Indian Player Kapil overtook Joel Garner to become the highest wicket-taker in ODI cricket. His final career tally of 253 wickets remained a record until it was broken by Wasim Akram in 1994.
  2. According to the ICC cricket ratings for all-rounders in ODI cricket, Kapil’s peak rating of 631 is the highest rating ever achieved. He reached this mark on 22 March 1985 after a World Series final against Pakistan in Australia.

Great Indian Player

Kapil Dev Honours and Awards:

  1. 1979–80 – Arjuna Award
  2. 1982 – Padma Shri
  3. 1983 – Wisden Cricketer of the Year
  4. 1991 – Padma Bhushan
  5. 2002 – Wisden Indian Cricketer of the Century
  6. 2010 – ICC Cricket Hall of Fame
  7. 2013 – The 25 Greatest Global Living Legends In India by NDTV
  8. 2013 – CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement award(announced)
  9. 2008- Kapil Dev Honoured as a Lieutenant Colonel.      It’s because every Indian should proudly say that Iamgreatindian. see also details of his stories of him https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kapil_Dev

Great Indian player ever

Yuvraj Singh

Great Indian player ever Yuvraj Singh
               Great Indian player ever Yuvraj Singh

Great Indian Players Amongst the cleanest hitters of a cricket ball, when Yuvraj Singh first started making waves in junior and Under-19 cricket, everyone believed that a future Indian batting star had arrived. Great Indian Players his debut, when he was not yet 19, confirmed that in spectacular fashion, as he smashed an Australian attack comprising of Glenn McGrath, Jason Gillespie, and Brett Lee to make 84 runs at better than a run-a-ball in the 2000 edition of the Champions Trophy.

However, the wheels fell off soon after, as Great Indian Players Yuvraj had to face accusations of a lack of commitment and focus. There were also whispers about his ability to play spin bowling. Great Indian Players he didn’t display his earlier form too and had to endure a spell away from the team after being dropped.

Great Indian Players made his way back to the team though and showed greater commitment and focus. His transition from fringe player to the established member was complete when he shared a match-winning partnership with Mohammad Kaif as India chased down England’s imposing total of 325 in the finals of the 2002 Natwest Series at Lord’s.

His electric fielding was an added asset to a team that had always been lethargic in the field. The added assurance of being in the thick of things in ODIs and knocking on the doors of Test cricket saw Yuvraj bloom.

Great Indian Players stroked a courageous 112 when given the opportunity in Test matches in just his third match on a difficult pitch at Lahore against Pakistan. With India’s middle-order being packed, Yuvraj had to bide his time for a regular run in Test matches, but he gradually built his reputation in the One Day arena.The year 2005 is when he started to pull his weight seriously in the limited-overs team and started assuming the mantle of the fulcrum of the middle order. In the years 2005-06, he established himself as one of the best ODI players in the World, let alone the country, and along with MS Dhoni, became one of the best finishers in the game.

With the advent of Twenty20 cricket, Yuvraj entered the record books, smashing Stuart Broad for six sixes in an over, and recording the fastest 50 in any international cricket — off just 12 balls in the inaugural World T20. His stunning show in the World T20 was a crucial factor in India’s successful campaign in the tournament.Despite being a giant in the shorter formats, Great Indian Players  Yuvraj found it difficult to seal a spot in Test cricket. He gained a more permanent place in the Test side with the retirement of Sourav Ganguly and played a mature supporting role in an emotionally charged Test match against England. The match was played just after the 26/11 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, and Yuvraj combined with Sachin Tendulkar to forge a match-winning partnership as India successfully chased down a mammoth 387 runs in the fourth innings.

Yuvraj’s biggest moment – Great Indian Players Yuvraj’s in cricket and probably his life – came in the year 2011 when his huge contributions with ball and bat helped India win the World Cup after 28 years. He was named the Man of the Tournament for scoring 362 runs and picking up 15 wickets. However, there was a harsh twist in his life soon after; Great Indian Players was diagnosed with cancer and he fought hard to win the health battle after almost a year and successfully overcame the disease getting quality treatment in the USA.

He came back in national colorsGreat Indian Players come back which inspired many cancer patients – just ahead of the 2012 T20 World Cup in Sri Lanka and has been a regular member of the T20I and ODI sides since then. He was also picked for the Tests against England but as has been the case in his Test career, Great Indian Players he couldn’t keep his spot.

IPL: Yuvraj Singh played for Kings XI Punjab for the first three years of the IPL. He then was bought by Pune Warriors in 2011.After being dropped from the squad for being unfit and constant failures, Yuvraj spent six weeks in central France with a private trainer and was raring to go. His hard work paid off as he was selected for the one-off T20I against Australia in October 2013. Great Indian Players  Yuvraj returned to the international scene all guns blazing as he smashed an unbeaten 77 off just 35 balls to lead India to a six-wicket victory over the opposition. He received his 7th Man of the Match award in T20Is – the most by an Indian player in T20Is. Alas, the same cannot be said about his return to the one-day side. Great Indian Players  Yuvraj failed to make any significant contributions against Australia and West Indies in October/November 2013. Despite his poor run in the last few games, Great Indian Players Yuvraj was retained in the ODI squad for the South Africa tour in December 2013.

However, Great Indian Players Yuvraj was dropped from the squad for the tour of New Zealand and he went back to the domestic circuit to regain his touch. Unfortunately, he couldn’t do much there and did have a fifty or a hundred to his credit in the five games that he featured in the Ranji Trophy. But as 2014 began, Yuvraj slowly started to get into the groove and got a few scores in first-class games.

Big on Hosting. Unlimited Space & Unlimited BandwidthWith his former side Pune not being a part of the 2014 IPL, Great Indian Players Yuvraj Singh went into the Auctions pool. His match-winning abilities drew a lot of competition among bidders and he was eventually sold out to Royal Challengers Bangalore for a staggering 14 crore, the highest bid for a player in 2014. The national selectors also named him in the squad for the 2014 World T20. However, the tournament was not a pleasant outing for Yuvraj. He was severely criticized for his slow knock in the final against Sri Lanka. Yuvraj was one of the five senior players who was not considered for the 2015 World Cup and was not included in India’s 30-man probable list for the tournament. However, he performed brilliantly in the 2014-15 Ranji season, finishing with 671 runs, which included three centuries.

Great Indian Players Yuvraj hit another jackpot when he once again became the costliest player in the 2015 IPL auctions. Great Indian Players, he was bought by Delhi Daredevils for a mammoth 16 crores but was not retained by the franchise for the 2016 season. He was named in the World T20 squad for India, while Sunrisers Hyderabad bought his services, where he would play a minor but vital role in the team’s victorious campaign.

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Great Indian players -Cricket

Sunil Gavaskar

Great Indian players -Cricket Sunil Gavaskar
Great Indian players -Cricket Sunil Gavaskar

Great Indian Players Sunil Gavaskar is a former Indian cricketing great who shone for India. Nicknamed ‘Sunny’, Sunil is often regarded as one of the greatest opening batsmen in Indian Test history and also has several records to his name. His full name is Sunil Manohar Gavaskar and he was born on 10th July 1949, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. His uncle is Madhav Mantri, a former Indian Test wicketkeeper. Great Indian Players, he is married to Marshaniel Gavaskar with a son Rohan, who is also a domestic level cricketer. With great cricket influences in his family.

Great Indian Players, Sunil’s interest in cricket began since his school days, where for his brilliant performances he was even named ‘India’s Best Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year’ in 1966. Since then, he has come a long way in Indian cricket, and now, although retired from the game, still plays a significant role in advising and managing affairs of the cricketing fraternity in India and as a commentator and ICC official. The major sites that Sunil Gavaskar has represented are India, Mumbai, and Somerset.

Despite his diminutive stature, he was an outstanding right-hand batsman with brilliant batting technique, noted ‘late-flicks’ and impenetrable defensive stance, especially against fast bowling. Sunil was a backbone for the team’s innings in a match, along with his ability to be a good slip fielder. It was in his era that Indian cricket realized its potential and began performing well in Tests and ODI’s. Great Indian Players Sunil made his first-class debut for Vazir Sultan Colts XI and then played on with the Bombay squad until he was selected in 1970/71 to the Indian cricket team.

Great Indian Players Sunil made his Test debut against West Indies at Port of Spain in March 1971 and helped India clinch they first ever win, as well as they’re a first-ever series victory over the West Indies. Since then he has played as many as 125 Tests, scoring 10122 runs while becoming the first batsman to reach 10,000 Test runs; with a record 34 centuries. His record was recently surpassed by Sachin Tendulkar in 2005.

Great Indian Players Gavaskar’s highest Test score was 236 not-out against West Indies at Madras in their 6th Test in 1983/84. He has also taken 108 catches in Tests, besides being a fine slip fielder.Sunil made his One Day International debut against England at Leeds in July 1974. Since then he has played as many as 108 ODI’s scoring 3092 runs, with an average of 35.13, and a strike rate of 62.26. He has also taken 22 catches in ODI, with the most memorable being 4 catches in an ODI against Pakistan in Sharjah in 1985. Great Indian Players Sunil has played in the 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1987 Cricket World Cups, playing a big role in India’s 1983 World Cup win.

Great Indian Players has played 19 World Cup matches, scoring 561 runs, with his highest ODI score being 103 not-out.Gavaskar created many records including breaking Sir Donald Bradman’s prestigious total of 29 Test centuries in 1983 and also becoming the first batsman to reach 10,000 Test runs. Despite some outstanding performances, Great Indian Players Sunil has also had his share of downs, like some controversial performances and unsuccessful stints at captaincy and at ODI games. Sunil was honored with the Padma Bhushan, the 1980 ‘Wisden Cricketer of the Year’, and the Border-Gavaskar Trophy was jointly instituted in his and Allan Border’s honor.

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Great Indian Player ever –Cricket

Virendra Sehwag

Great Indian Player ever -Cricket Virendra Sehwag
Great Indian Player ever -Cricket Virendra Sehwag

Great Indian Players Born on October 20th, 1978 in Delhi. He is the Right Handed Batsman.If there is one batsman in the Indian team who looks capable of taking on the mantle of Sachin Tendulkar’s successor, it is Virender Sehwag. It is not just the fact that two have an uncanny resemblance when dressing in Indian colors. Sehwag bats with the freedom that Tendulkar batted within his youth. Great Indian Players, he has the same ability to make the situation, the bowler and the pitch looks irrelevant. In fact, in what Sehwag himself considers to be his greatest compliment, Tendulkar has said that of the younger crop of players, it is Sehwag who most resembles his style of play.

Great Indian Players Sehwag’s approach to batting is based on a simple philosophy: if the ball is there to be hit, he will hit it. Of course, his idea of a ball that can be hit differs considerably from most other batsmen!

Due to his style of play, Great Indian Players Sehwag was initially typecast as a limited-overs specialist, and had to wait two years after making his ODI debut to play a Test match, but in an ironic twist of fate, it is his Test record that is far more imposing, while he has not done justice to his enormous talent in One Day Internationals.

After some middling performances when he came onto the scene initially, Great Indian Players Sehwag literally exploded off the blocks when sent in to open the innings against New Zealand in his 15th ODI match. He scored a century off 69 balls, and first displayed his big-hitting ability then.

His strike-rate in ODIs is second only to Shahid Afridi amongst batsmen who have scored at least 1000 runs, but his average of just 34 runs is far below his Test match average of 50+. In ODIs, Great Indian Players Sehwag has always threatened to take the match away from the opposition, but not done it often enough. Even so, he is the man to smash the fastest century by an Indian in ODIs, getting to the landmark off just 60 balls against a hapless New Zealand attack that didn’t know what hit them.

However, it is a different story in Test matches, where the long innings have not been sporadic. In an astonishing statistic, 13 of his 23 Test centuries have been scores in excess of 150. In what perhaps sums up his style and flair best of all, when he was batting on 295 and about to become the first Indian triple-centurion, Sehwag chose to get to the landmark by smacking the bowler for a six.

Great Indian Players, He went on to make another triple hundred, this time the visiting Proteas at Chennai March 2008 and almost got another one against Sri Lanka next year, before falling short by just seven runs. He is among only 3 men, Lara and Bradman, being the others to have scored two triple centuries in Test cricket. He is also the only Indian to have scored a triple century in Test matches.

Great Indian Players, He played a vital role in India’s success in the longest format on their way to becoming the world number 1. However, Sehwag slowly started to lose form since the 2010 season and his place in the side was being questioned. In his last 20 appearances, he managed just one score of hundred of more, a stat that reflected India’s poor run in Test cricket during the period. Great Indian Players, he was then recalled to the side for the home Test series against Australia, but the lack of performances forced to exclude him from the side for the last two Tests.

Though his ODI career is not as good as his Test record, Sehwag holds the record for the highest individual score in a match when he made 219 against West Indies at Indore in 2011, which was only the second double ton in the 50-over format, next only to Sachin Tendulkar’s 200 not out against South Africa at Gwalior. However, Great Indian Players he didn’t do anything of note after that and was dropped for the home ODI series against England after a string of poor shows.

Great Indian Players He went back to the domestic circuit in a quest to regain his spot in the national side but couldn’t quite manage eye-ball grabbing performances.

IPL: Great Indian Players  Sehwag played for Delhi Daredevils since the inception of the IPL till the 6th edition, but the franchise decided not to retain him for the 7th. He went into the auctions pool and was bought by Kings XI Punjab.

There is only one batsman in the Indian team who looks capable of taking on the mantle of Sachin Tendulkar’s successor, it is Virender Sehwag. It is not just the fact that two have an uncanny resemblance when dressing in Indian colors. Sehwag bats with the freedom that Tendulkar batted with in his youth. Great Indian Players he has the same ability to make the situation, the bowler and the pitch looks irrelevant. In fact, in what Sehwag himself considers to be his greatest compliment, Tendulkar has said that of the younger crop of players, it is Sehwag who most resembles his style of play.

Great Indian Players Sehwag’s approach to batting is based on a simple philosophy: if the ball is there to be hit, he will hit it. Of course, his idea of a ball that can be hit differs considerably from most other batsmen!

Due to his style of play, Great Indian Players Sehwag was initially typecast as a limited-overs specialist, and had to wait two years after making his ODI debut to play a Test match, but in an ironic twist of fate, it is his Test record that is far more imposing, while he has not done justice to his enormous talent in One Day Internationals.

After some middling performances when he came onto the scene initially, Great Indian Players Sehwag literally exploded off the blocks when sent in to open the innings against New Zealand in his 15th ODI match. He scored a century off 69 balls, and first displayed his big-hitting ability then.

His strike-rate in ODIs is second only to Shahid Afridi amongst batsmen who have scored at least 1000 runs, but his average of just 34 runs is far below his Test match average of 50+. In ODIs, Great Indian Players  Sehwag has always threatened to take the match away from the opposition, but not done it often enough. Even so, he is the man to smash the fastest century by an Indian in ODIs, getting to the landmark off just 60 balls against a hapless New Zealand attack that didn’t know what hit them.

However, it is a different story in Test matches, where the long innings have not been sporadic. In an astonishing statistic, 13 of his 23 Test centuries have been scores in excess of 150. In what perhaps sums up his style and flair best of all, when Great Indian Players he was batting on 295 and about to become the first Indian triple-centurion, Sehwag chose to get to the landmark by smacking the bowler for a six.

Great Indian Players, he went onto make another triple hundred, this time the visiting Proteas at Chennai March 2008 and almost got another one against Sri Lanka next year, before falling short by just seven runs. He is among only 3 men, Lara and Bradman, being the others to have scored two triple centuries in Test cricket. He is also the only Indian to have scored a triple century in Test matches.

Great Indian Players, He played a vital role in India’s success in the longest format on their way to becoming the world number 1. However, Sehwag slowly started to lose form since the 2010 season and his place in the side was being questioned. In his last 20 appearances, he managed just one score of hundred of more, a stat that reflected India’s poor run in Test cricket during the period. Great Indian Players, he was then recalled to the side for the home Test series against Australia, but the lack of performances forced to exclude him from the side for the last two Tests.

Though his ODI career is not as good as his Test record, Sehwag holds the record for the highest individual score in a match when he made 219 against West Indies at Indore in 2011, which was only the second double ton in the 50-over format, next only to Sachin Tendulkar’s 200 not out against South Africa at Gwalior. However, he didn’t do anything of note after that and was dropped for the home ODI series against England after a string of poor shows.

Great Indian Players, He went back to the domestic circuit in a quest to regain his spot in the national side but couldn’t quite manage eye-ball grabbing performances.

IPL: Great Indian Players Sehwag played for Delhi Daredevils since the inception of the IPL till the 6th edition, but the franchise decided not to retain him for the 7th. He went into the auctions pool and was bought by Kings XI Punjab.

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AGreat Indian Player-Cricket

ROHIT  SHARMA

AGreat Indian Player-Cricket ROHIT
AGreat Indian Player-Cricket ROHIT
Born on Apr 30, 1987, in Bansod, Nagpur, Maharashtra Right Handed Batsman, Right-arm off break Bowling Style Born in There are two facts about Rohit Sharma that have never been in doubt. Firstly, Great Indian Players he is one of the most talented young batsmen that India has produced. Secondly, the talent is only coming through after a frustrating wait that lasted many years. 

Hailed as the heir apparent to Sachin Tendulkar’s No.4 spot in the Test batting line-up – he even hails from the same city and played with Tendulkar for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy – Rohit’s batting has had connoisseurs and experts alike shaking their heads in wonder at his balance and the time he has to play his shots, and in bewilderment at his continued failure on the big stage.

Numbers tell the story of Rohit well: He averages over 50 in First-Class cricket and has scored an unbeaten triple hundred (something that Tendulkar is yet to do). However, he is now reaping the rewards for some dogged work, Great Indian Players Rohit has turned a new leaf ever since he was sent in as an opener in the shorter formats of the game.

Set against that are some performances that spoke undeniably about his talent – for instance against Australia in Australia, in just his third international series, Great Indian Players Rohit came up with some crucial cameos and composed fifties under pressure in the CB series in 2008. The other team in the series was Sri Lanka – who had no mean bowling attack – and Rohit impressed everyone with his batting.

That performance earned him an extended lease in the Indian team for both ODIs and Twenty20s. However, his subsequent performances didn’t match up to that level at all (his average was a pedestrian 22 and his strike rate was below 70) and he failed to cement a place in the side. His inconsistency kept him out of the 2011 World Cup squad.

What kept Great Indian Players Rohit in the minds of the public and the selectors was his performance in the IPL. In the first two editions he shone with the bat, making over 350 runs each time, and in the second one, he chipped in with some good performances with the ball too, justifying an expensive price tag of USD 750,000. He was bought by the Mumbai franchise in 2011 and has been one of their finest batsmen. He also went on to make a century for them.

Call it bad luck or irresponsible, Great Indian Players Rohit wasn’t able to establish himself on a long-term basis in the side in ample opportunities that he was given. It did not help his cause that India had a well-settled middle-order and the queue for any small opening was a pretty big one. Great Indian Players, he did get a chance to make a statement. He was named in the Test XI that was scheduled to take on South Africa in the first Test of the 2010 home series in Nagpur. Call it a quirk of fate, Rohit injured himself while playing football on the morning of the Test and was subsequently ruled out of the series.

Great Indian Players, Rohit’s success in the IPL 2011 helped him make a comeback into the ODI squad for the tour of West Indies and for a brief while, it looked like a turning point in his career. He hit three half-centuries in five matches and was the Man of the Series. Great Indian Players, he seemed to enjoy playing against the West Indies as he scored three more fifties in the home ODI series that followed and won the Man of the Series award again. However, in 2012, a string of poor scores in the CB series in Australia and a horrible tour of Sri Lanka – where he scored 5,0,0,4 and 4 in 5 ODIs – tested the patience of Indian fans. Despite the failures, the team management and the selectors backed Great Indian Players Rohit and made him open the innings in an ODI in Mohali against England, and the right-hander responded with a well made 83.

The move to put Rohit at the top of the order has paid dividends – both from a personal point of view as well as from the team’s perspective. Great Indian Players, he seems to have found a new lease of life and has also formed a robust opening combination with Shikhar Dhawan. Great Indian Players his batting has always been termed stylish and he is reputed to be one of the most talented batsmen amongst the young crop of Indians. With his place confirmed, Rohit began to open up and his delightful 209 in the 7th ODI against Australia in Bangalore in 2013 was a testimony to the fact. He became only the third player in ODI history to hit a double ton after Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag.

With success in the shorter formats of the game, it was only a matter of time before he was to be picked up for the Test squad once again. The retirements of Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman opened up new avenues in the team and Rohit finally made his Test debut against West Indies in the first Test at Eden Gardens in November 2013. As if to make up for the lost time, Great Indian Players  Rohit began in a blazing fashion, smashing 177 in his debut innings and lifting India from a precarious situation to a position of immense strength. Great Indian Players, he followed this on with another scintillating knock of 111 not out at his home ground in Mumbai, becoming only the second Indian cricketer to score back-to-back centuries in his first two Tests – a feat which was achieved by Sourav Ganguly in 1996 in England. In ODIs, Rohit racked up more than 1,000 runs in 2013.

However, since December 2013, he couldn’t score as much as he did earlier but has managed to record the occasional fifty in both the Test and the ODI formats to keep his place on the
side. Great Indian Players his outstanding record in the IPL meant that Mumbai franchise retained him as their captain for the 2014 edition as well.

Great Indian Players  Rohit played just one Test match in the series against England in 2014 and then unfortunately injured his right middle finger in the 2nd ODI in Cardiff. The injury kept him out of action for a while, but on his return, Great Indian Players Rohit became the first player to score two double-hundreds in ODI history. In the fourth ODI at Eden Gardens, Rohit, after being dropped on four, thrashed the Sri Lankan bowlers to all corners and made a sensational 173-ball 264 – the highest ever individual score in ODIs. The selectors named him in the Test squad for the tour of Australia, but he failed to impress with the bat registering just one fifty in six innings. However, Rohit Sharma continues to play a big role for India in limited overs cricket.

Rohit was the second highest run-scorer for India in the 2015 World Cup scoring a total of 330 runs, which included a ton and two fifties. He smashed a solid 137 against Bangladesh in the quarter-final but failed to capitalize on a good start against Australia in the semi.  it’s because every Indian should proudly say himself as iamgreatindian”. Also, see details in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rohit_Sharma

Great Indian Player ever-Cricket

Anil Kumble

Bowler and Right handed Batsman Best spinner in cricket history a consistent performer nobody won more test matches for India than him.

Great Indian Player ever-Cricket Anil Kumble
Great Indian Player ever-Cricket Anil Kumble

Great Indian Players  Anil Kumble Date of birth is October 17, 1970, at Bangalore, Karnataka State Jumbo, as he is fondly called is perhaps India’s greatest ever match winner. Tall and lean built; Kumble was not the quintessential spinner. He did not produce any magic from the surface like Shane Warne did or created ripples around the batsmen as the wily old fox, Muralitharan did. Yet he ended up 619 Test wickets, just third to the duo of Warne and Murali and in the process gained enormous goodwill amongst fans and his fellow teammates. Great Indian Players Kumble did have one thing in his favor, he was a hard worker and his tough as nails attitude towards the game stood positively. Anil did not have the greatest of starts to his career, a few fleeting appearances in the Australasia Cup in 1990 and the subsequent ODI series in England gave an early indication of his accuracy.

Great Indian Players, he was surprisingly ignored for the consequent Australian tour and the 1992 World Cup. The season-opening Irani trophy match in 1992 though was an eye-opener. Kumble singlehandedly delivered a handsome victory for Rest of India by taking 13/138, also paving the way for his inclusion for the twin tours of South Africa and Zimbabwe. Kumble impressed in the Test series against South Africa, picking up 18 wickets in four Tests. The subsequent home series against England though put Kumble firmly as the lead Indian spinner. Kumble grabbed 21 wickets in the 3-match series as India whitewashed the visitors by a 3-0 margin.

There was no looking back then as Anil continued to haunt the opponents with his variations. The flipper and the googly were his most potent skills, while the yorkers led many tail-enders to their doom. AS years progressed, Kumble added the top-spinner and the slider to his arsenal, making him a formidable bowler to face. Quicker through the air and metronomic in his line and length,

Great Indian Players Kumble turned out to be a captain’s delight. Despite his outstanding record, there were snide remarks that Kumble was nothing more than just a home track bully, suited to demolish the opponents on dust bowls. While the accusations were just a figment of truth, Kumble’s overseas record did help them to sustain the theory. As years progressed, Great Indian Players Kumble put them to bed as he led India to victory across continents, from Rawalpindi to Adelaide, from Jamaica to Johannesburg and from Wellington to Nottingham. Kumble’s moment of glory was definitely the Delhi Test against Pakistan in early 1999.

In his favorite hunting ground, Great Indian Players he ran through the entire Pakistani batting line-up to finish with amazing figures of 10/74, only the second bowler after Englishman, Jim Laker to have taken all the ten wickets in an innings. Wisden Almanac, the bible of cricket rated the performance as the second best all-time bowling performance in the history of the game.

Great Indian Players Kumble rapidly became one of the go-to guys in the Indian dressing room and was also involved in the negotiations with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) when player contracts were introduced for the first time in Indian cricket. Kumble ended his ODI career after India’s disappointing exit from the 2007 World Cup, held in the Caribbean Islands. His ODI exploits were no less to that of Test cricket, and he ended up with 337 wickets in the shorter form of the game. His figures of 6/12 against West Indies in the Hero Cup in 1993 still remain as the best ever individual performance by an Indian bowler. Kumble was named as the captain of the Indian Test team following the resignation of Rahul Dravid in 2007.

Great Indian Players, He led India to a series victory against arch-rivals, Pakistan and was praised for his diplomatic handling of crises moments during India’s tour of Australia in 2007-08, particularly the ‘monkeygate’ scandal. A lean period though followed, during India’s tour to Sri Lanka, where he was well below par and the subsequent home series against Australia in October 2008. Great Indian Players Kumble announced his retirement from international cricket mid-way through the 3rd Test of that series in Delhi.

Bangalore honored its most famous son by renaming the ‘Oriental Circle’ (just behind the M Chinnaswamy stadium) after the legendary bowler. Kumble was also a part of the Bangalore franchise in the Indian Premier League and took over as the captain of the team mid-way through the 2nd season. Great Indian Players his captaincy turned out to be a major boost for the struggling franchise as they made it to the finals that season.

Great Indian Players Kumble announced his retirement from all forms of the game ahead of the 2011 IPL auctions and was immediately named as the mentor of the Bangalore franchise. Under his mentorship, Bangalore finished as the runners-up in the 2011 edition of the IPL. In 2013, Great Indian Players Kumble resigned as the mentor of the Bangalore franchise and took over in the same role for Mumbai. Kumble is also associated with a company called ‘Tenvic’ which handles sports management.

In 2010, Kumble contested for the post of the president of the Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) and comfortably beat Srikantadatta Narasimharaja Wodeyar, scion of the Mysore Royal family, by a margin of 33 votes. He also held the post of the chairman of the National Cricket Academy (NCA). However, he chose not to contest the 2013 KSCA elections. In October 2012, Great Indian Players Kumble was appointed as the new chairman of the ICC Cricket Committee.

In June 2016 then, as per the recommendation of BCCI’s three-member advisory committee, Kumble was appointed as the head coach of the Indian set-up.

Great Indian Player ever

V.V.S.Lakshman

Great Indian Player ever V.V.S.Lakshman
Great Indian Player ever V.V.S.Lakshman

Great Indian Players  V.V.S Lakshman, Born on Nov 01, 1974 (42 years) Place of Birth Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Right Handed Batsman, Right-arm off break, Bowling Style.VVS Laxman’s name will forever be associated with his finest innings in Test match cricket — a silken smooth 281 to revive India and complete a comeback-from-death victory against Steve Waugh’s all-conquering Australians at the Eden Gardens in 2001. Before that match, Great Indian Players Laxman had a stop-start career with the Indian team, debuting as a middle-order batsman then being pushed into the opener’s spot, before announcing that he would no longer open the innings.  It was courageous, and ultimately correct decision as the numbers also bear out: Laxman has averaged only 28.54 as an opener, but 48.44 in the middle order.

At his best though, Laxman makes numbers seem almost superfluous, such as the artistry he brings to batting. With the delicate touch of a surgeon, he bisects gaps that fielders never thought were there, creates angles that bowlers thought they had cut off and releases pressure that the opponents thought they had under an air-tight lid. He has often batted with the lower-middle order and the lower order, thereby being deprived of the chance to build longer innings, but whenever he has been given an opportunity he has flowered.

Great Indian Players his record against the best team of his time, Australia, has been outstanding, with most of his masterpieces being conjured against them. He has scored almost double the runs against Australia than he has against any other team. With a star-studded Indian middle order, and a host of talent waiting in the wings, Laxman has often found his place under question after merely one or two failures, but each time he has responded with an innings of the class under pressure. That he has managed to do so successfully for a decade and more was testified by the fact that he joined a select number of players who have played 100 Test matches for India.

However, Great Indian Players Laxman’s ODI figures do not do justice to his vast batting talent, though he has never been given the extended run that some less gifted players enjoyed in the shorter format. When on the song, it has not mattered whether Laxman was playing a 5-day, 1-day or 3-hour game — he has always shredded the bowling to pieces, while never playing an ugly shot. His fielding and running between the wickets were held against him though, and one of the regrets of an outstanding career remains his not being picked for a single World Cup tournament.

The disappointments fade though when put alongside his achievements. And though he might not have played in a World Cup match, he will always remain the man who played India’s greatest ever innings in any form of cricket.

Great Indian Players, he played for the Deccan Chargers since the inception of the IPL in 2008 till 2010. He was then bought by Kochi Tuskers Kerala in 2011 and never played the IPL since then.

Great Indian Players Laxman suffered a dip in form in his final season – the one in 2011/12 – where India was whitewashed in England and Australia. Great Indian Players, he was picked in the squad for the subsequent home Tests against New Zealand but surprisingly announced his retirement even without playing the first Test in Hyderabad – his home city. He then became a TV commentator apart from being the mentor of IPL franchise Sunrisers Hyderabad. The Indian Government honored him with the Padma Shri award in 2011 and was also named one of Wisden’s five Cricketers of the Year in 2002. also, see details about him at. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anil_Kumble

Great Indian Player ever -Cricket

Suresh Raina

Place of Birth  Muradnagar, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, Left hand Batsman, Bowling Style -Right-arm off break

Great Indian Player ever -Cricket Suresh Raina
       Great Indian Player ever -Cricket Suresh Raina

Great Indian Suresh Raina burst onto the international scene as a precociously talented 19-year-old during the Greg Chappell regime in 2005. He immediately impressed everyone with his ability to hit the ball cleanly, his range of shots and his temperament. Raina looked set to achieve big when the wheels of a successful debut came slightly unhinged.

Instead, in 2006, he struggled. He had a below-par average of 27.77 and a poor strike rate of 69.63. And this was across 26 ODIs he played for India that year. After a poor showing against South Africa towards the end of the year, he was dropped from the team.

The next year was to be a test of endurance for the still-young Raina, and it was not helped by the fact that he injured himself and was out of cricket for a few months. As he was to later say, it was a very difficult time. Raina was bed-ridden for close to six months and after recovering, Raina took his time to get his touchback.

The turnaround happened for Raina during the IPL 2008, in which he was bought by the Chennai (CSK) for a high price of USD 650,000. He delivered on his investment, bringing a handsome return of 421 runs at a strike rate of 142.71 with three fifties for his team. That performance helped him get back into the Indian team, and this time around, Raina made much better use of the opportunity he got.

As the year progressed, Raina slowly crystallized his position in the Indian team for the ODIs, coming up with vital cameos towards the end of the innings or shoring up the innings if wickets had fallen early. He did get a few opportunities up the order too, but with India’s top-order comprising of Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir and Yuvraj Singh, Raina’s main role were always going to be in the lower middle-order.

  • Raina may not have had the big numbers in ODIs, but his contributions to the team are tough to be measured by mere stats. For example, his knocks of 34 not out against Australia and 36 not out against Pakistan, in the quarter-final and semi-final of the World Cup 2011, were invaluable to the team. Gary Kirsten, a the-then coach of India, said ‘Raina won us the World Cup with the knock against Australia’.
  • Raina’s success in the ODIs led to a spot on the Test team, but he could not produce consistent scores in the longer format. He started his Test career with a bang, by scoring a century on debut against Sri Lanka, but in the 16 Tests that he played after that, he averaged only around 28.
  1. The 2011 Test series against England exposed Raina’s weakness against pace and swing and his failure as a batsman saw him being dropped from the Indian Test squad. However, in the shorter formats of the game, his ability to garner quick runs in death overs and his impeccable fielding has made him a vital member of the ODI and T20 teams. After having an average England tour in 2011, his match-winning knocks against Sri Lanka in 2012 and England in 2013 earned him praise and admiration from many fans. During the home series against England in 2013, Raina smashed 277 runs at an amazing average of 92.33 with four consecutive half-centuries. He also became the 13th Indian batsman to cross 4,000 runs in ODIs and went on to win his first Man of the Series award in this format.
  2. Raina delivered consistent performances in the IPL for Chennai. CSK retained him in 2011 and he went on to become the only player in IPL history to cross 400 runs in every season. He continued to do well in 2012 as well and became the first player in the history of IPL to cross the mark of 2,000 runs. The same could be said about 2013 in which he accumulated 548 runs and scored his maiden IPL ton against Punja
  3. Raina’s form in ODIs since 2013 has not been that great. On the other hand, Raina has been a useful part-time bowler, helpful in providing breakthroughs in the middle overs or keeping things tight at one end and supporting the main bowlers in the team. In the first ODI against West Indies in November 2013, Raina was responsible for picking up three important wickets and restricting the opposition to a modest total. He was given a ticket to tour both South Africa and New Zealand, but he failed to put up an impressive show. Eventually, he was dropped from the squad for the Asia Cu
  4. However, after an impressive run in the 2014 IPL, Raina made it back to the ODI side for the tour of Bangladesh in June 2014 and was also named the captain as MS Dhoni was rested. Though he failed with the bat, he was very good as captain and led India to a series win.
  5. Raina then traveled to England and scored a match-changing 75-ball 100 in Cardiff to help India beat England in the first ODI. The knock drew so much praise that former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly said: ‘That was the best knock played by an Indian in overseas conditions.’ Eventually, Raina’s innings set the tone for the rest of the series and India thumped England by a margin of 3-1.
  6. When it comes to the T20 format though, Raina is a class apart. Being the highest run-getter in the history of the IPL, Raina is a player that every franchise wants in their side and he was rightly retained by Chennai for the 2014 edition as well. He also had an excellent 2014 Champions League T20, where he scored a scintillating hundred in the final to help CSK win the title for the second time.
  7. Having had a good run with the bat in the ODI format, India took Raina to Australia with the Test team. He was given an opportunity in the final Test at the SCG but failed to grab the opportunity as he bagged a pair.
  8. Suresh Raina had a decent 2015 World Cup. In the opening game against Pakistan, as Kohli was setting the innings up, Raina provided the impetus it needed by blasting 74 off 56 deliveries. Against Zimbabwe, in the last match of the first round, he delivered a century to keep India’s record clean and in the quarter-final against Bangladesh, he seized the initiative, yet again, with his 65 runs. He was the fourth highest scorer for India in the tournament.
  9. There is no gainsaying the fact that Raina has a serious problem with short deliveries and over the years in the limited overs format he has worked out a way to tackle them. In the Tests, the opposition employed the short ball technique and got the better of the UP lad but in the shorter formats with only a bouncer being permitted, Raina could work his way around it. But ever since the two bouncer rule has come into play even in the ODIs, Raina seems to be facing the heat, reluctant to come on the front foot, where his primary game is. The series of the poor run has continued for long with a few decent scores in between. He has been an important cog in the Indian middle order and without he being in touch, it looks a bit dodgy.

His run of poor scores finally resulted in his axing from the Indian ODI team, after a poor showing during the ODI series at home against South Africa, in October 2015. Raina was then named as the captain of the new IPL franchise, Gujarat Lions, and led the new team to a third-place finish in their first ever IPL appearance. also, see about in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suresh_Raina

Great Indian Player –ATHLETE

P.T. USHA

Great Indian Player -ATHLETE P.T. USHA
Great Indian Player -ATHLETE P.T. USHA

Great Indian Players P. T. Usha was one of India’s best-known ladies competitors. She remained the ruler of Olympic style sports for right around two decades. P.T. Usha was affectionately called the “Payyoli Express” and the brilliant young lady on account of her marvelous speed on the track.

Accomplishments  and Records:

All through her renowned bearer, Great Indian Players Usha won numerous national and also worldwide awards. P. T. Usha has won 33 universal decorations incorporating 13 Gold awards in the Asian Games and Asian Championships. Altogether, Usha has won thirty International Awards, for her brilliance in Athletics. P. T. Usha got the Arjuna Award in 1984.

The following year Great Indian Players she was pronounced the best ladies competitor the Jakarta Asian Athlete Meet. She was additionally granted the Padma Shree in 1984. In the Seoul Asian recreations of 1986, Usha won the Adidas brilliant Shoe grant for the best competitor. P. T. Usha was named the ‘Sportsperson of the Century’ by the Indian Olympic Association.

Defining moment

As a kid, Great Indian Players Usha demonstrated an early inclination for sports. This won her a grant of Rs. 250 from the Kerala government and drove Usha to an exceptional games school at Cannore. In 1979 Usha taken an interest in the National School Games. It was here that O. M. Nambiar (who instructed her all through the vast majority of her profession) detected her. He understood that this young lady had an extraordinary potential. This demonstrated the defining moment of her renowned bearer.

P.T.Usha Biography

  • Payyoli Tevaraparampil Great Indian Players Usha was conceived in a poor family in Meladi-Payyoli town, close Calicut (Kozhikode), Kerala on June 27, 1964, Kerala. Usha needed to confront sick well-being and destitution as a young lady. The initials in Usha’s name remain for Payyoli Tevaraparampil, her family names, as per the conventional naming framework in South India. Great Indian Players Usha started her worldwide bearer at the Moscow Olympics in 1980, however, Great Indian Players she demonstrated her genuine grit in the 1982 Asian Games in New Delhi, winning the silver in the 100 m and 200 m occasion.
  • The Jakarta Asian Meet in 1985 Usha raised her to the position of the dash ruler as she won five gold awards (in the 100m, 200m, 400m, 400m obstacles and the 4x400m transfer) and a bronze in the 100m hand-off.
  • The Seoul Asian diversions demonstrated a what tops off an already good thing her sports transporter, where Usha indented up four Gold awards and silver. In 1991, Usha wedded V. Srinivasan and brought forth a child, Ujjwal. Afterward, P.T Usha began a sports school at Koyilandi close Kozhikode, Kerala to bestow preparing to young ladies from everywhere throughout the nation. This school initiates youngsters in the 10-12 age gathering.
  • The celebrated transporter of P.T Usha represents itself with no issue. She has been the finest ladies competitor India has ever created. All through her transporter Usha never thought back. Truth be told, at one purpose of the time she returned back to the track following a crevice of 4 years and won a silver decoration at the Hiroshima Asiad! Be that as it may, the biggest dissatisfaction came at the Los Angeles Olympics, where Usha missed the bronze decoration by only 1/100th for a moment. This was a heartbreak for the entire nation. it’s because every Indian should proudly say each other that “iamgreatindian” also see about her in.

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GREAT INDIAN- TENNIS PLAYER-EVER 

SANIA MIRZA

GREAT INDIAN- TENNIS PLAYER-EVER  SANIA MIRZA
          GREAT INDIAN- TENNIS PLAYER-EVER  SANIA MIRZA

Sania Mirza is an Indian tennis star and one of the top doubles tennis players in the world. She is the most successful Indian female tennis player. Mirza burst onto the scene as a prodigiously talented teenage tennis star and won several of tournaments in the Indian local circuit before breaking into the big time when she won the Girls’ Doubles title at Wimbledon. Mirza won a number of singles championships in the local circuit and also fared credibly in the Grand Slam singles circuit but she could not make the sort of progress that she would have liked. A wrist injury was also one of the reasons why her career went through a rough phase but post that injury she started concentrating on doubles and mixed doubles tournaments more than the singles events which led to her success in the Grand Slam tournaments. She had a very fruitful partnership with fellow Indian tennis star Mahesh Bhupathi in the mixed doubles and with Swiss great Martina Hingis at a later date. She is regarded as one of the finest doubles players in the world and without doubts one of the finest tennis players to have ever represented India.

  • Sania Mirza was conceived in Mumbai, Maharashtra on 15 November 1986 to Imran Mirza and his better half Naseema Mirza. Her dad was occupied with the development business while her mom was in the printing business. She has a more youthful sister.
  • The family moved from Mumbai to Hyderabad not long after Sania Mirza’s introduction to the world and it was in Hyderabad that she began taking in yard tennis from her dad from the time she was just six years old. Mirza went to Nasr School in Hyderabad.

Great Indian Players moved on from St. Mary’s College yet her genuine objective was to end up noticeably an expert tennis player and with that in mind, she began participating in competitions in India. In 2001, she began playing in the ITF competitions and the next year she won three titles to concrete her certifications as an up and coming player. The next year she won a Bronze Medal at the Busan Asian Games in the blended pairs.

Profession:

  1. Great Indian Players, she transformed into an expert in 2003 and began playing in real competitions. In this way, she won the Young ladies’ Copies title at the Wimbledon Titles and the US Open Young ladies’ Duplicates semifinals that year. That year, she additionally won 4 gold decorations in the Afro-Asian diversions held in Hyderabad.
  2. From 2004 onwards, she began to taste achievement in the WTA circuit and won a duplicated title at the AP Tourism Hyderabad Open. Furthermore, she won 6 singles titles on the ITF circuit too. Be that as it may, the next year, she performed especially well in the Great Pummels as she achieved the third round of the Australian Open ladies’ singles competition, second round at Wimbledon and fourth round at the US Open. She was pronounced the ‘WTA Newcomer of the Year’ for the season.
  3. In 2006, Great Indian Players she turned into the primary female from India to be seeded at a Fantastic Pummel when she was seeded at the Australian Open, yet she couldn’t go far in the competition. Other than a couple of outstanding wins, she couldn’t proceed in singles occasion however at the US Open the next year she achieved the quarterfinals of both the ladies’ copies and additionally the blended pairs occasions.
  4. 2008 was every year in which Great Indian Players Sania Mirza endured wrist damage and her diversion endured, as she hauled out of French Open and US Open competitions. She didn’t take an interest in the Beijing Olympics also yet the next year she won her first Fabulous Pummel, ‘Australian Open Blended Pairs Title’ with Mahesh Bhupathi. Throughout the following couple of years, she continued battling with the wrist damage because of which Great Indian Players amusement endured.
  5. Following a long string of poor outcomes and first-round ways out in singles occasions, Mirza began focusing more on copies occasions in 2011 and that year, she and her accomplice Elena Vesnina achieved the last of the French Open. The next year, the team of Mirza and Vesnina achieved the semifinals at the Australian Open and won the French Open blended copies title with Mahesh Bhupathi.
  6. In 2013, Great Indian Players Mirza and Mattek-Sands won the Dubai Obligation Free Tennis Titles, however, couldn’t make a stamp at the Fabulous Pummels and Mirza began playing with another accomplice, Cara Dark. The match was sufficiently fruitful in achieving the propelled rounds of a few competitions the next year.
  7. Great Indian Players Mirza and Cara Dark achieved the semi-finals of the US Open in 2014, yet won the Blended Duplicates title with Bruno Soares. That year, Mirza partook in the Universal Head Tennis Association and helped her group ‘Indian Experts’ in winning the alliance.
  8. Great Indian Players Mirza collaborated with Chinese player Hsieh Su-Wei in 2015 and after that with Bethanie Mattek Sands, however, her association with Martina Hingis ended up being a motivated choice and they won in Indian Wells and at the 2015 Miami Open.
  9. In 2015 Great Indian Players Mirza joined forces with Hingis to win at Wimbledon in straight sets and that constituted her first Stupendous Hammer win in ladies’ duplicates. They additionally won the 2015 WTA Finals and lined it up with the US Open around the same time. The next year, the Mirza-Hingis couple won the Australian Open Ladies’ copies title. Honors and Accomplishments:
  10. Great Indian Players Sania Mirza was locked in to be hitched to a rich business person named Sohrab Mirza in 2009, however, the wedding was wiped out that year.
  11. On April 12, 2010, Mirza got married to Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik. The couple has no kids.

Great Indian Players Sania Mirza was granted the Arjuna Honor from the Administration of India in 2004.

In 2006, Great Indian Players Mirza was granted the Padma Shri by the Administration of India. It is the fourth most noteworthy regular citizen respect in India.

In 2015, Great Indian Player was respected with Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Honor and after a year she was granted the Padma Bhushan, India’s third most elevated nonmilitary personnel respect. it’s because every Indian should say each other iamgreatindian.

also, see details about her.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sania_Mirza

Great Indian Players ever -Badminton

P.V.Sindhu

India’s most recent badminton heartthrob, Pusarla Venkata Sindhu (PV. Sindhu) added another plume to India’s magnificence as of late by turning into the principal Indian lady to win a silver decoration at Rio Olympics 2016.

Great Indian Players ever -Badminton P.V.Sindhu
    Great Indian Players ever -Badminton P.V.Sindhu

Her accomplishments:

  1. Great Indian Player P.V. Sindhu is the main ever Indian ladies single player to win a decoration at the Badminton Big showdowns
  2. In the first place Indian shuttler to achieve the last of an Olympics badminton occasion
  3. Most youthful Great Indian Player to make a platform complete in an individual occasion at the Olympics. It is because every Indian should say about themselves iamgreatindian.
  4. see also about her….https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P._V._Sindhu

Great Indian -Badminton Player –

Saina Nehwal

Great Indian Players Saina Nehwal is One of the best female shuttlers created by India,  Saina began her badminton preparing under the direction of S.M. Arif, who was a Dronacharya awardee.

Her accomplishments:

Great Indian -Badminton Player - Saina Nehwal
           Great Indian -Badminton Player – Saina Nehwal

Spoken to India three times in the Olympics, winning-

  • bronze decoration in her second appearance.
  • To start with Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Titles
  • To start with Indian to win a Super Arrangement competition, by securing the Indonesia Open on 21 June 2009
  • Saina turned into the principal player to win the Asian Satellite Badminton competition twice, once in 2005 and afterward again in 2006. it’s because we can say our self iamgreatindian. see also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saina_Nehwal

Great Indian Player -Chess Champion ever

Viswanadh Anand

Great Indian Player -Chess Champion ever Viswanadh Anand
Great Indian Player -Chess Champion ever Viswanadh Anand

Great Indian Players Anand  Five-time victor of the World Chess Championship, Indian chess Grandmaster Viswanathan Anand overwhelmed the universe of chess for a long time from 2007 to 2013. The previous World Chess Champion is among the main two people to have won the Classical, Rapid, and Blitz big showdowns and the just a single to have won the big showdown playing in Match, Tournament and Knockout configurations. Great Indian Players Anand was first acquainted with chess by his mom who was a major chess enthusiast. He was a decent player, however, was never connected with any club. The young man acquired his mom’s adoration for chess and began playing the amusement as a six-year-old.

Great Indian Players Anand mom’s inspiration and consolation went far in forming him up into the colossal player he, in the long run, moved toward becoming. He turned proficient at an opportune time and turned into the National Sub-Junior Chess Champion at 14 years old. More achievement took after when at 15 years old he won the title of International Master and turned into the most youthful Indian to do as such. At 18 years old, Anand turned into India’s first Grandmaster. He won his first World Championship in 2000; Great Indian Players Anand would win the title four more circumstances. He is known to be an unassuming and straightforward individual who is preferred by all, including his previous opponents

Adolescence and Early Life:

  • Great Indian Players Anand was conceived in Tamil Nadu into a Brahmin family. His dad, Viswanathan Iyer worked with the Southern Railways while his mom Susheela was a housewife. Anand is the most youthful of three kin.
  • Great Indian Players Anand  His mom was a major aficionado of chess and showed him to play the amusement when he was only five or six years of age. She energized and inspired him a great deal and this constructs the establishment for his future vocation as a chess player.
  • In 1983 he won the National Sub-Junior Chess Championship at 14 years old. When he was 16 he had turned into the national chess champion.
  • Great Indian Players Anand won the World Junior Chess Championship in 1987 and turned into the main Indian to do as such. He turned into India’s first Grandmaster in 1988 when he was only 18.
  • Great Indian Players Anand finished his tutoring from Don Bosco Matriculation Higher Secondary School before selecting at the Loyola College, Chennai.Profession.
  • Great Indian Players Anand won the Reggio Emilia competition in 1991. It is Italy’s most eminent competition, and Anand at only 22 won it in front of the greats like Garry Kasparov and Anatoly Karpov.
  • Great Indian Players Anand attempted to secure a place in the World Chess Championship 1993 where he met all requirements for his initially Candidates Tournament. He, in any case, lost the quarter last match to Karpov.
  • In the PCA World Chess Championship 1995, he won the matches against Oleg Romanishin, Michael Adams and Gata Kamsky in the Candidates last. He played the finals against Garry Kasparov which he eventually lost to the Russian legend.
  • Again in 1998, Anand cleared the competitors round by vanquishing Michael Adams in the past and confronted the supreme champion Karpov in the World Chess Championship finals. Karpov had a mental preferred standpoint over Anand and effectively guarded his title.
  • The year 2000 was a decent one for Great Indian Players Anand. He played in the World Chess Championship and won his initial title following quite a while of close hits. He beat Alexei Shirov to secure the World Chess Championship.
  • Great Indian Players anticipated guard his title in 2002 however he lost in the elimination rounds to Russia’s Vassily Ivanchuk.
  • It would be numerous prior years Great Indian Players Anand would win the World Championship once more. Playing for the title in Mexico City in 2007, he won the twofold round-robin competition to rise as the main undefeated player in the competition and won the title.
  • Playing in the 2008 World Championship, he effectively guarded his title against Kramnik, along these lines winning high acclaim from the unbelievable Garry Kasparov.
  • In the World Chess Championship 2010, Great Indian Players was tested by Veselin Topalov for the title of the World Chess Champion. Notwithstanding certain disturbances in the calendar, Anand went ahead to win the match and protect his title.
  • Great Indian Players confronted Boris Gelfand, the victor of the 2011 Candidates Matches in the finals of the World Chess Championship 2012. Amid the finals, Anand won the last match in just 17 moves and held his title.
  • In 2013 the safeguarding champion Great Indian Players Anand confronted 22-year-old Magnus Carlsen who was the victor of the 2013 Candidates Tournament. Carlsen vanquished Anand to end up noticeably the new World Chess Champion.
    Awards and Achievements:
  • Great Indian Players Anand is viewed as one of the best contemporary chess players on the planet, particularly famous for his flexibility. He is a five-time victor of the World Chess Championship and was the undisputed World No.1 from 2007 to 2013.
  • Great Indian Players Anand is the pleased beneficiary of a few esteemed honors. He won the primary ever Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award—India’s most elevated wearing honor—in 1991-92.
  • In 2007 he was given the Padma Vibhushan, India’s second most elevated non-military personnel grant for his accomplishments in chess. He was the main ever sportsperson in India to get this honor.It is the time to say everybody them self iamgreatindian. also, see details about him.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viswanathan_Anand




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