In indian cricket team there are lots of best indian bowlers of all time here are top 5 of them bellow it include anil kumble,javagal shreenath,ajita agarkar,harbhajan singh and zaheer khan. Here we discussed their life and personal achievement in their career
Anil Kumble is a cricketer of India. It is the first player in the world after Jim Laker to take 10 wickets in an innings in Test cricket. Anil is a resident of Bangalore city of Karnataka state. In his honour, one of the main crossroads of this city has been named Anil Kumble Square.
He is the first player to take 500 wickets from India. He has also been the coach of the Indian cricket team, he recently resigned due to differences with Captain Virat Kohli.
Anil Kumble was born on 16 October 1960 in Bangalore, Karnataka to Krishna Swamy and Saroja . His surname ‘Kumble’ was named by his family after his ancestral village named Kumbla. He is also known as jumbo due to his length. After studying at his National College Basavanagudi, he took a Mechanical Engineering degree from National School College of Engineering in 1992.
For Karnataka, Kumble made his first class debut in 1989 against Hyderabad in which he took four wickets. Given his outstanding performance, he was selected in the Under 19 team against Pakistan.
Kumble made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in international cricket in April 1990. In the same year played the first Test match against England. Anil Kumble remains the most successful bowler in Team India with 619 wickets in 236 innings of 132 Tests. He also has the distinction of taking 337 wickets in 265 innings of 271 ODIs. Kumble made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in international cricket in April 1990. In the same year played the first Test match against England. Anil Kumble was also the captain of the Indian cricket team for 1 year from November 2007.
harbhajan singh is alao best indian bowlers of all time for india. India is an international cricket player. He is also the former captain of the Chennai Super Kings of the Indian Premier League and the Punjab State Cricket Team (2012-13). He is adept at spin bowling and is the second-highest wicket-taker by an off-spinner in Tests. Also they have been part of the most winning team in Indian Premier League.
Harbhajan Singh was born into a Sikh family. He is the only son of Sardar Sardev Singh Plaha. His father was a businessman. Harbhajan was ready to take over the family business, given the responsibility of the five sisters, but his father insisted that he focus on his cricketing career and represent India. Harbhajan was trended as a batsman by his first coach Charanjit Singh Bhullar, but after the untimely death of his coach, Harbhajan switched to spin bowling.
After his father’s death in 2000, Harbhajan became the head of the family and by 2001 he married his three sisters. After his performance against Australia in 2001, the Punjab government offered him Rs 5 lakh, land and a DSP in the Punjab Police, which he accepted. On 29 October 2015, Harbhajan Singh tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend actress Geeta Basra in Jalandhar. They have a daughter, Hinaya Heer Plaha, born on 27 July 2016 in Portsmouth, Hampshire.
Harbhajan Singh has taken 417 wickets in 103 Tests playing for India. Apart from this, he has also scored 2,224 runs which include two centuries and 9 fifties. Harbhajan has taken 269 from 236 ODIs. He has also scored 1,237 runs in ODI cricket. Bhajji has taken 25 wickets in 28 T20 Internationals.
Zaheer Khan (Marathi: Zaheer Khan) (born: 7 October 1949 in Shrirampur, Maharashtra) is an Indian cricketer. He is primarily known for his bowling. The right-handed batsman and the left-hander bowl medium-fast pace.
Zaheer, a left-arm fast bowler, is known for his ability to swing the ball both ways and as a batsman has also not opened up the record for the most Test runs 11. Leading the Indian fast attack for more than early 2000s after recuperating from hamstring injuries in 2003 and 2004, he was forcibly out of the team and after returning for a year, he was left again in late 2005. Strong performances in the domestic circuit have seen him miss the team as his leading fast bowler.
Zaheer Khan made his first Test and ODI matches against Bangladesh and Kenya during the ICC Knockout Trophy. Zaheer Khan has represented India’s leading teams ACC Asian XI, Baroda, Suri and Worcestershire. Zaheer Khan is a left-arm fast bowler who started fast bowling for India on many occasions. He is famous for his ability to swing the ball on both sides. He is also a skilled middle order batsman. In the illustrious cricket career of Zaheer, Bangalore’s National Cricket Academy (now Bangalore) has a huge contribution. In 2000, he made his Test cricket debut in Dhaka against Bangladesh. Despite being diagnosed with a test injury, Zaheer Khan took 134 wickets in a 45-match Test career, including 578 runs with his best innings of 5/29.
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Javagal Srinath (Javagal Srinath) is considered one of India’s best indian bowlers of all time. He is the first Indian fast bowler to take more than 300 wickets in One Day Internationals. Talking about the biography of Javagal Srinath (Javagal Srinath Biography in Hindi), Srinath was born (Javagal Srinath Birthday) on 31 August 1969 in Karnataka. Former Indian cricketer Srinath is currently an ICC match referee.
Javagal Srinath was born on 31 August 1969 in Mysore district in Karnataka. He started playing cricket at an early age. He did his early studies at Marimallappa High School in Mysore. Srinath has also taken an engineering course. He earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering (SJCE), Mysore. Srinath was first married to Jyotsna in 1999. However, both of them got divorced by mutual consent. She married journalist Madhavi Patravali in 2008 after her divorce from his first wife.
Former Indian batsman Gundappa Vishwanath was eyeing Srinath during a club match. At that time Vishwanath was the selector of the state team. Srinath made his first-class debut for Karnataka against Hyderabad in 1989–90 and took a hat-trick in the first innings. He finished the season with 25 wickets in six matches and again took 20 wickets in the following season. Srinath took more than 500 first class wickets. Srinath also played English county cricket with Leicestershire and Durham.
Javagal Srinath was selected in the Indian cricket team for the tour of Australia in late 1991. On 29 November 1991, while making his Test debut against Australia in Brisbane, Srinath took three wickets for 59 runs. He ended the tour with 10 wickets at an average of 55.30. On 18 October 1991, Srinath made his ODI debut against Pakistan. On 23 March 2003, Srinath played his last ODI against Australia.
Agarkar is an alumnus of Rural College in Matunga. He is married to Fatima Ghadli and has a son named Raj. he is also best indian bowlers of all time for india. He lives in Narayan Pujari Nagar on the Worli Seaface of South Mumbai in Maharashtra.
Whenever a young cricketer starts his career, he has the biggest dream in his mind to score a century in Test. But if this century is scored on a particular ground, then its happiness is doubled. Today is the birthday of one such cricketer of India who scored a century while batting at number 8 in the Mecca Lords of cricket. Ajit Agarkar did the work that even the great batsmen like Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting could not do.
When Ajit Agarkar started his career, everyone felt that this player is a horse of a long race. In ODIs, Agarkar played his first match against Australia in 1998. After the debut, for 13 consecutive matches, there was not a single match in which he did not get a wicket. Growing at this stormy pace, his career shattered many records. In this sequence, he also broke the world record of taking the fastest 50 wickets of Dennis Lillee of Australia. Agarkar made this record in just 23 matches. This record made in 1998 was broken by Sri Lanka’s Ajantha Mendis in 2009.
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