Virender Sehwag pronunciation (born 20 October 1978), affectionately known as Viru and the Nawab of Najafgarh, also called the Zen master of modern cricket, or the Viv Richards of this era by columnists, is one of the leading batsmen in the Indian cricket team. Sehwag is an aggressive right-handed opening batsman and a part-time right-arm off-spin bowler. He played his first One Day International in 1999 and joined the Indian Test cricket team in 2001. In April 2009, Sehwag became the only Indian to be honoured as the Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World for his performance in 2008, subsequently becoming the first player of any nationality to retain the award for 2009. Sehwag holds multiple records including the highest score made by an Indian in Test cricket (319), which was also the fastest triple century in the history of international cricket (reached 300 off only 278 balls) as well as the fastest 250 by any batsman (in 207 balls against Sri Lanka on 3 December 2009...
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on Apr 22, 2013 , 02:59 pm
Time for Sehwag opposers to shut up?
Virender Sehwag returned to form with a blistering unbeaten 95 to help Delhi Daredevils break the jinx of six straight defeats. He scored a magnificient 95 out of 57 balls. Is it sign enough for Sehwag opposers to shut up? more »
'Dhoni ruined Sehwag'
Geoffrey Boycott has said that Virender Sehwag may not play for India again. It saddens me to see Sehwag fade away so early in his career. And none other than so called successful captain Dhoni has screwed his career. Damn you M.S Dhoni. You have more »