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The Most Successful Indian Cricketers Of All Times

The Most Successful Indian Cricketers Of All Times

In India the game of cricket is no longer a battle, it is a battle within a battle. The Indian team has players of diverse talent and some of them turn out to be exceptional. Even in the next match of the Indian cricket team, you may come across a new talent emerging. In the country, there is an exceptional bunch of talented crickets and to find the top few is a difficult challenge of sorts. Let us understand the main cricketers who have turned out to be real success stories on all counts

Rohit Sharma

The current T-20 captain of the Indian cricket team is one of the most successful cricketers of all time. Having started his career as a middle-order batsman slowly he made his way into the top order. His highest one-day score of 264 runs still ranks among the top innings, and he is the only batsman in the world to have scored three double hundreds in one–day cricket. In the world of cricket, he is recognised as an all-time exceptional talent whose numbers do all the taking.

Virat Kohli

Another popular cricketer is playing currently. His passion, attitude, and fitness make him one of the best players ever to have graced the game. In cricket circles, he is known as the run machine and went on to score four consecutive double hundreds in four series. On the other hand, he is the fastest Indian player to reach 1000 T20 international runs. Referred to as “Cheeku” by his teammates, he is one of the richest cricketers of this generation. He is also in line to reach the magical figure of 100 international centuries.

MS Dhoni

A hard-hitting Indian wicketkeeper batsman, it is his leadership skills that stand out. Among a few of the Indian cricket captains who have won all the major trophies Such has been his influence that after his retirement India has failed to win a single ICC trophy. Some of his achievements are winning the ICC player of the year award on a couple of occasions in 2008 and 2009. Even in franchise cricket, he has led CSK very well and enabled them to win trophies.

Virendra Sehwag

The swash-buckling Indian opener went on to define the manner by which openers played test cricket. Rather than leaving the ball, he went after the ball, and this was a testimony to his enormous success. A destructive batsman, he still holds the record for the fastest 250 and 300 runs in international test cricket. He went on to announce his retirement on his birthday. Still, after retirement, there are a few popular countries, and Viru happens to be one of them. His handy-off spin also went on to fetch up a few wickets.

Sachin Tendulkar

Known as the “god of cricket,” he is one of the most popular and successful cricketers of all time. Among the richest and most popular cricketers after retirement, his name is right up there. His records of 49 one-day hundreds and 96 half-centuries are still a long way from being broken by anyone. Even though he is one of the youngest cricketers to reach 1,000 international test runs, His big-match temperament is enormous, and his appetite for runs is something way beyond imagination. There is no doubt about the fact that he is one of the most successful Indian cricketers of all time.

Rahul Dravid

The former Indian cricket coach is currently the coach of the Indian national team. In fact, he is the only player in the cricketing world to be involved in two partnerships of 300 runs in one day of cricket. Apart from that, he holds the record for the most runs in one day of cricket without any ducks. A no-nonsense player, he hardly got into any form of controversy during his playing days. So, if we are looking at the most successful Indian cricketers, the name of Rahul Dravid has to be there.

Saurav Ganguly

Known as Dada in Indian cricket till a few days back was the BCCI president. He was solely responsible for bringing about a change in the attitude with which Indian players played cricket. He chose his team and made sure that he backed them to the fullest. In his playing days, he went on to earn the nickname “the god on the offside,” and his “square of the  wicket” shorts were worth watching.

Anil Kumble

one of the Indian cricketers who went on to play for 18 years at a stretch. a bowler who went on to take all 10 wickets in an innings against Pakistan during a test match. His record of 619 wickets still ranks among the top five wicket-takers of all time. It is not only in test matches that he ranks among the top wicket-takers in one-day cricket. In the year 1993, he was selected as the Wisden cricketer of the year and in 2005 Indian government conferred him with the Padma Shri award.

Sunil Gavaskar

One of the greatest batsmen of all time is now a noted commentator. His record of 34 test centuries stood for a considerable period of time. Even he went on to reach the magical figure of 10000 runs and that too wearing a floppy hat against the quick pace quartered West Indies team. One of the versatile openers he was admired for his technique against pace bowling. The Indian government conferred him with the Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan, which are accolades for his brilliance.

Kapil Dev

One of the greatest all-rounders the world of cricket has ever seen, he could win the game with his bowling and batting. In addition, he is one of the few captains in world cricket who went on to win the World Cup of Cricket in 1983. In the year 1994 he retired holding several records to his name. Even in real life he is a cool and a humble human being widely respected.

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