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newscricket2 days ago

Watching 2005 Ashes videos is my solution to kill boredom, reveals Hanuma Vihari

Hanuma Vihari has talked about his time in isolation and how he has resorted to the 2005 Ashes videos to kick the boredom away from him. The Indian middle-order batsman has also revealed that he is planning on taking up yoga - something that he has been thinking of doing for over a year.
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newscricket3 days ago

Sachin Tendulkar was reason I started playing cricket, reveals Hanuma Vihari

Indian right-hand batsman Hanuma Vihari says Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar was the reason he started playing cricket and revealed that he used to cry and unplug the TV when the master blaster got out. Vihari made his Test debut for India at the Oval in the autumn of 2018 against England.
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featurecricket7 days ago

I'm very flexible in terms of accepting Ravi Shastri’s suggestions, reveals Hanuma Vihari

Hanuma Vihari revealed that Ravi Shastri is very proactive in working with youngsters and whenever the coach sees a technical flaw, he instantly points that out. Vihari further believes that he can be a handy white-ball batsman and that his recent strike rate in Test matches reveal the same.
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newscricket12 days ago

Will be taking a break for the time being, reveals Hanuma Vihari

Hanuma Vihari has stated that he is back in Hyderabad after playing Chennai League match for his company Nelson CC and will be taking a break amid the COVID-19 situation. Vihari has also added that his county paperwork is on hold due to the prevailing pandemic which has rocked the entire world.
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newscricket13 days ago

County cricket contract on hold due to COVID-19 situation, reveals Hanuma Vihari

Indian middle-order batsman Hanuma Vihari has revealed that he was supposed to play four county games later this summer, subject to smooth paperwork. He also admitted that his contract has been put on hold at the moment due to the widespread Coronavirus, which has temporarily halted cricket.
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featurecricketa month ago

IND vs NZ | Christchurch Day 3 Talking Points - India’s unpreparedness and Umesh Yadav’s betrayal

Christchurch had a Game of Thrones-esque end to the Test as after promising so much in the first two days, Day 3 ended up being boring and anti-climatic. After bundling out India within the first hour, 36 overs were all the hosts needed to hand India their first whitewash in Tests since 2011.
Anirudh Suresh
featurecricketa month ago

India lose identity in search of intent

If Opta kept track of press conferences, it would probably look something like this: “3 - The number of times Hanuma Vihari mentioned the word ‘intent’ in his press conference today. Attitude”.
Anirudh Suresh
newscricketa month ago

IND vs NZ | India can't be regarded as a great team until they win in NZ & England, says Michael Vaughan

Former England captain Michael Vaughan feels that India must win in places like New Zealand and England to prove their dominance in the longest format of the game. India are in a dire situation at the Hagley Oval having been bowled out for just 242 with Kylie Jamieson claiming his maiden fifer.
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newscricketa month ago

IND vs NZ | Our intent today definitely a positive takeaway, feels Hanuma Vihari

India batsman Hanuma Vihari pointed out that India showed greater intent in the first innings in Christchurch while sharing his disappointment on not being able to cross the 300-run mark. Vihari feels that the wicket will get better with the passage of time and which will be an advantage for India.
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newscricketa month ago

IND vs NZ | Timing of my dismissal was wrong, rues Hanuma Vihari

Hanuma Vihari, who top-scored for India on Day 1 with a well-compiled 55, admitted that his dismissal, which came on the stroke of tea, came at the worst possible time for the team. India, after losing Vihari in the 54th over, lost their next six wickets for just 48 runs, suffering a major collapse.
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