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A strong but then an assaulting left-gave opener, Shikhar Dhawan has been one of the stones of the Delhi top-request. Alongside Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag, he has been one of the reliable run-getters in the local circuit. He is evaluated very by specialists for his capacity to delve in and play the huge innings. His first huge accomplishment was his 505 keeps running in the Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh in 2004 for which he was named the player of the competition. Having every one of the shots in the book, Dhawan is solid on the cut and is a heavenly driver of the ball. His most loved shots are the off-drive and the straight drive, and is entirely solid off his cushions as well.
In the course of the last couple of years, Dhawan’s ascent has been entirely mind blowing. He was grabbed by the Delhi establishment at the IPL’s inaugural closeout and in the following season he was exchanged off to Mumbai as Delhi swapped him with Ashish Nehra. At the point when the following arrangement of barters occurred, Hyderabad lifted him up for $300,000. Dhawan ended up being a solitary warrior for Hyderabad in the 2012 season frequently and he went ahead to best the batting diagrams for his side with 569 keeps running in 15 recreations at a normal of 40.64, despite the fact that he needed backing from his mates at the flip side.
Shikhar Dhawan Cricinfo Profile Biography Highlights Records List
Full name Shikhar Dhawan
Born December 5, 1985, Delhi
Current age 30 years 84 days
Major teams India, Deccan Chargers, Delhi, Delhi Daredevils, Delhi Under-16s, India A, Mumbai Indians, Sunrisers Hyderabad
Playing role Top-order batsman
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
He made his India debut in October 2010 however fell for a duck in his opening ODI against Australia. After an unbelievable 2011 IPL season, he was picked as the opener for the West Indies ODI arrangement and again disillusioned, scoring only 58 keeps running in three amusements. In spite of the fact that he didn’t perform well for India, his staggering local season with the bat in the 2012 season, where he scored three centuries, made him the following opener in sitting tight for the national side and he supplanted an out-of-structure Gambhir in the squad for the Tests against the meeting Australians.
Dhawan’s introduction against the Australians in March 2013 was nothing not exactly remarkable. He scored the quickest century by a Test debutant off only 85 balls furthermore broke the long-held record of most noteworthy score by an Indian Test debutant held by Gundappa Viswanath by hammering 187.
Dhawan proceeded with his incredible structure in the ODIs and developed as the player of the competition in the ICC Champions Trophy in June 2013. He scored 363 keeps running in only five diversions, including two centuries and a fifty. At the point when Australia visited India in October 2013, Dhawan was persistent in his quest for keeps running as he hammered a ton and two fifties, completing with 284 keeps running in six matches. He proceeded with his great keep running in the home arrangement against West Indies too.
Shikhar Dhawan (conceived 5 December 1985) is an Indian universal cricketer. He is a left-given opening batsman and intermittent right-arm off break bowler. He played for the Indian Under-17 and Under-19 groups and was the main run-scorer at the 2004 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup. He made his five star presentation for Delhi in November 2004.
Dhawan made his One Day International (ODI) debut against Australia on October 20, 2010 at Visakhapatnam. His Test debut came against the same resistance in March 2013 at Mohali where he scored the quickest century by any batsman on Test debut (85 balls). He finished his innings with 187 keeps running from 174 balls. He was the main run-scorer and the Man of the Tournament of 2013 ICC Champions Trophy in England, which India won. In August 2013, he recorded the then second most astounding individual score in a List A match when he scored 248 keeps running off 150 balls for India An against South Africa An at Pretoria. In November 2014, he turned into the quickest Indian batsman to achieve the 2000-run mark in ODIs. He was the main run-scorer for India at the 2015 Cricket World Cup.
Dhawan had a troubling Test arrangement against England in 2014, with a best of 37 in six innings. Be that as it may, he scored well in the ensuing ODI arrangement and scored vigorously in the home arrangement against Sri Lanka. His battle with the bat in the longest arrangement of the amusement proceeded and notwithstanding a 81 in the second innings of the Brisbane Test, Dhawan did not get any huge scores in the 2014-15 Border-Gavaskar Trophy. He lost his place to youthful Lokesh Rahul, who scored a heavenly hundred in the last Test. Be that as it may, he has been an alternate player in constrained overs cricket.