Batting Legend Sunil Gavaskar Turn’s 70

Batting Legend Sunil Gavaskar Turn's 70
Batting Legend Sunil Gavaskar Turn's 70
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The Batting legend, former Indian opener Sunil Gavaskar turned 70 by July 10th. Gavaskar was better known as Sunny and Little master, was the member of 1983 World Cup-winning team.

Gavaskar made his debut for India against West Indies in 1971. The Mumbaikar showed he belongs to the highest level and smashed 771 runs in the test series in West Indies.

Gavaskar was India’s batting mainstay during the 1970s and 1980s. He was known for his greatest defense. His ability to concentrate for a long time was peerless.

Gavaskar battled with fire as he was amongst the most successful players against the top-quality pace bowlers. The way he prepares for the cricket matches made him a true professional.

India’s World Cup winner and the former captain, Kapil Dev often praises Gavaskar’s professional approach that changed the outlook of Indian cricket.

Gavaskar was the first batsman in the World Cricket to score 10,000 runs in Test Cricket and was the only person who scored double hundred in all four innings of test matches.

Gavaskar represented India in 125 tests and 108 ODI’s before 1987. Gavaskar made 10,122 runs in Tests and 3092 runs in ODI’s and hit 35 international centuries.

The legendary cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar, and many other cricketers tweeted wishing Gavaskar.

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