WATCH: Hanuma Vihari bats with a broken wrist, plays one-handed shots during Ranji Trophy | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: What a deja vu on Wednesday to see Indian cricketer Hanuma Vihari bats on the 2nd day of Andhra Pradesh Ranji Cup quarterfinal match against Madhya Pradesh in Indore. Fans are reminded of his Sydney Baseball Ground (CSG) hero on India’s final tour of Australia, where he battled his hamstring, alongside R Ashwin, who was battling back strain to deny Australia victory and lead the beginning of the series.
Vihari, who broke his wrist after being shorted by the pitcher Avesh khan, retired injured on the 16th in the first inning of Andhra. When Andhra lost to 9 of their batters, Vihari was once again on the field to beat. He hits the ball left-handed and plays some one-handed shots.

Vihari has scored 27 runs but his courage and never-say-die attitude has been applauded by everyone, especially on social media.

In the Sydney Test in 2021, Vihari battled a hamstring tear, which was later diagnosed as a second-degree tear, and helped India salvage an unlikely draw in the face of defeat. impending defeat. Vihari and Ashwin made a match that saved 62 runs, facing a total of 289 deliveries between them to stop the Aussie’s fiery pace, which was like Mitchell’s starJosh Hazelwood and Pat Cummins.


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