Harbhajan Singh- Former Cricketer

Harbhajan Singh- Former Cricketer (In a Nutshell)

  • Harbhajan Singh was born in India on July 3rd, 1980.
  • He was a Right-arm off-spin Bowler.
  • Playing all three formats at international level is impressive: Test, ODI, T20I.
  • He decided to retire from all forms of cricket in December, 2021.
  • “There are days where you do everything right and nothing goes in your favour.”- Harbhajan Singh
  • “Being a professional cricketer, you have to adapt to the conditions quickly. It takes time to get rhythm when you are constantly travelling from one country to another.”- Harbhajan Singh

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Ravichandran Ashwin- Cricketer

Ravichandran Ashwin- Cricketer (In a Nutshell)

  • Ravichandran Ashwin was born in India on September 17th, 1986.
  • He is a Bowling all-rounder.
  • Having played for India since 2010 is pretty impressive.
  • He has represented India in all three formats.
  • “I wanted to make myself the most valuable player by making my presence felt at the decisive moments.”
  • “Adaptability is one of the biggest strengths that I have. To make decisions on field, try and convince my captain to change fields, try and make him give that extra couple of overs.”- Ravichandran Ashwin

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Ricky Ponting- Former Cricketer

Ricky Ponting- Former Cricketer (In a Nutshell)

  • Ricky Ponting was born in Australia on December 19th, 1974.
  • He was a Right-handed batsman.
  • Remarkably, he made 41 100s and 62 50s in 168 Test matches.
  • His captaincy record was respectable; he captained 77 Test matches, with Australia winning 48 games, 13 draws and 16 losses.
  • He played for seven Domestic teams; Tasmania, Somerset, Kolkata Knight Riders, Mumbai Indians, Surrey and Antigua Hawkbills.
  • “It’s nice to put your hand up and do the big things the team requires of you.”- Ricky Ponting

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