Tuesday, October 5, 2010

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Ashish Nehra      

Full name Ashish Nehra
Born April 29, 1979, Delhi
Current age 31 years 160 days
Major teams India, Asia XI, Delhi, Delhi Daredevils,Mumbai Indians
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Left-arm medium-fast
Ashish Nehra
Batting and fielding averages
List A1646931333248.7600240
Bowling averages
List A164795065112076/236/2331.454.9138.4720
Career statistics
Test debutSri Lanka v India at Colombo (SSC), Feb 24-28, 1999 scorecard
Last TestPakistan v India at Rawalpindi, Apr 13-16, 2004 scorecard
Test statistics
ODI debutZimbabwe v India at Harare, Jun 24, 2001 scorecard
Last ODISri Lanka v India at Dambulla, Aug 28, 2010 scorecard
ODI statistics
T20I debutIndia v Sri Lanka at Nagpur, Dec 9, 2009 scorecard
Last T20IIndia v Sri Lanka at Gros Islet, May 11, 2010 scorecard
T20I statistics
First-class debut1997/98
Last First-classHyderabad (India) v Delhi at Hyderabad (Deccan), Nov 10-13, 2008scorecard
List A debut1997/98
Last List ASri Lanka v India at Dambulla, Aug 28, 2010 scorecard
Twenty20 debutMumbai Indians v Royal Challengers Bangalore at Mumbai, Apr 20, 2008scorecard
Last Twenty20India v Sri Lanka at Gros Islet, May 11, 2010 scorecard
Ashish Nehra brings to the popping-crease most of the virtues of a classical left-arm fast bowler - pace, accuracy, subtle variations of line and length, an ability to move the ball off the wicket and a devastating late inswinger that can harass the best. He came out of his first full tour - to Zimbabwe in 2000-01 - with his reputation as one of the most promising new-ball bowlers on the international circuit vastly enhanced, and his performance at Bulawayo played a key role in India's winning a Test outside the subcontinent for the first time in 15 years. He struggled to establish himself thereafter, as inconsistency and injuries saw him slip down the pace bowling list. The high point of that difficult period came in the 2003 World Cup against England, where he scalped 6-23 and then threw up by the side of the pitch. Surgery on a troublesome ankle, and an indifferent tour of Australia followed, but having ceased to be an automatic pick, he performed creditably in Pakistan. His injury battles returned to haunt him when he pulled out midway through the 2005 Zimbabwe tour and he had a succession of operations on his ankle that slowed down his career. He hit the headlines with creditable showings in the IPL, particularly in the second season, and was recalled to the ODI squad for the tour of West Indies in June 2009.
Dileep Premachandran June 2009. thanks crickinfo

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