Tuesday, October 5, 2010

சுப்ரமணியம் பத்ரிநாத்

Subramaniam Badrinath      

Full name Subramaniam Badrinath
Born August 30, 1980, Madras (now Chennai), Tamil Nadu
Current age 30 years 37 days
Major teams India, Chennai Super Kings, India Red,Indian Board President's XI, Tamil Nadu
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
Subramaniam Badrinath
Batting and fielding averages
List A968815300113441.10389077.14422420
Bowling averages
List A96830732184/434/4340.665.2946.1100
Career statistics
Test debutIndia v South Africa at Nagpur, Feb 6-9, 2010 scorecard
Last TestIndia v South Africa at Kolkata, Feb 14-18, 2010 scorecard
Test statistics
ODI debutSri Lanka v India at Dambulla, Aug 20, 2008 scorecard
Last ODISri Lanka v India at Colombo (RPS), Aug 27, 2008 scorecard
ODI statistics
First-class debut2000/01
Last First-classMumbai v Rest of India at Jaipur, Oct 1-5, 2010 scorecard
List A debut2000/01
Last List ACentral Zone v South Zone at Vadodara, Mar 6, 2010 scorecard
Twenty20 debutAndhra v Tamil Nadu at Visakhapatnam, Apr 3, 2007 scorecard
Last Twenty20Warriors v Chennai Super Kings at Johannesburg, Sep 26, 2010 scorecard
A run-hungry S Badrinath has been the mainstay of the Tamil Nadu batting since the mid-2000s, and has also captained them. Badrinath stands tall at the crease, and plays with a correct technique. He was pitchforked into the national consciousness in 2005-06 when he nearly topped the batting charts, scoring 636 runs from seven matches at almost 80, missing pole position by 36 runs to Amol Muzumdar, who played one match more. In comparison 2006-07 was not as spectacular, but Badrinath managed 436 runs at almost 50. An excellent fielder at point, and elsewhere in the circle, Badrinath began as a grafter, something quite rare at a time when strokemakers ruled, and expanded his repertoire of strokes as he gained experience. In 2007 he piled on the runs for India A on their tours to Zimbabwe and Kenya, and in the home series against South Africa A. In October he was called up to the ODI squad for the last three one-dayers against Australia, though he did not get a game. He was dropped for the series against Pakistan that followed. He shrugged off the disappointment by performing well in the 2007-08 Ranji Trophy season, scoring 659 runs at 65.90. After being ignored for ten months, he was named as Sachin Tendulkar's replacement for the Sri Lanka ODIs and impressed in his first appearance, showing sound technique against the spinners to see India through to a tense win. He made it to the Test squad for Australia's 2008-09 tour of India, but didn't get his debut. However, a series of injuries to the Indian middle order handed Badri a Test debut in Nagpur more than a year later, at the age of 29.
Anand Vasu February 2010. thanks crickinfo

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