Full name: Sunil Manohar Gavaskar
Birth Date: 10 July 1949
Batting Style: Right handed batsman
Bowling style: Right-arm medium
National side: India (Sunil Gavaskar Indian Cricketer)
Test debut: 6 March 1971 v West Indies
ODI debut: 13 July 1974 v England
Sunil Gavaskar born in 10th July in the year of 1949 in India. He is a famous Indian former cricket player who had been playing international cricket during in the year of 1970s to 1980s. At that time he played for the renowned Bombay cricket team and also Indian national cricket team. Sunil Gavaskar widely known for his excellent performance in international cricket as one of the reliable and greatest opening batsmen in the whole world cricket history. Sunil Gavaskar had done the world records for the highest Test runs scoring and most Test centuries scored by any batsman during his international cricket career. Besides he had taken the record of total 34 international Test centuries since almost two decades. After that this record was broken by Indian giant cricketer Sachin Tendulkar in the month of December, 2005. He was the first international cricketer who could score centuries in both innings of an international Test match for three times which was really incredible. Added information is that Sunil Gavaskar Indian Cricketer was the first Test batsman who could score 10,000 runs in international test cricket in a Career and now he is standing at the number of 12th position on the group of 12 cricket players of with 10,000 Test Runs in international cricket.
Sunil Gavaskar Indian Cricketer
Sunil Gavaskar Indian Cricketer was especially famous for his batting techniques against super fast pace bowling. Having especially high average score of 65.45 runs against the cricket giant West Indies, Sunil Gavaskar haunted a four-pronged fast bowling attack widely known as the most violent in international Test cricket history. His brilliant captaincy of the Indian national team was less successful. On the date of 28th March, 2014, the Supreme Court of India appointed Mr. Sunil Gavaskar as acting BCCI President.