Virender Sehwag is a primal talent whose rough edges make him all the more appealing. blustering batsman from Delhi, He holds the rare feat of scoring a Test ton in his debut match. The Indian opener dominated the Test and ODI arena with his power-house batting between 2001 and 2004. Sehwag also holds the honour of leading his country in Test and ODI cricket. The Delhi born cricketer has modelled his playing style on his idol Sachin Tendulkar.is a primal talent whose rough edges make him all the more appealing. By the time he had scored his first centuries in one-day cricket (off 70 balls, against New Zealand) and Test cricket (on debut, against South Africa, from 68 for 4), he was already eliciting comparison with his idol Sachin Tendulkar. It is half true. Like Tendulkar, he is short in hide . straight drive, backfoot punch and whip off the hips identically, but leaves Tendulkar in the shade when it comes to audacity. Sehwag bowls effective, loopy offspin, and is a reliable catcher in the slips.
He also once almost split the cricket world. when he was banned for a match by the ICC referee Mike Denness on grounds of excessive appealing, the Indian board wasn't prepared to listen, and even played an unofficial Test with South Africa to prove a point. When a compromise was finally reached, Sehwag was back to his merry ways.After a string of poor scores, Sehwag was dropped from India's Test squad to Bangladesh in 2007, and was not considered for either the Test or ODI sides to England. He was a surprise pick for the Test team to tour Australia after not being named in the initial list of probables.In his next Test series against Sri Lanka in 2008, Sehwag thrived while the Indian middle-order struggled against the mystery spin of Ajantha Mendis. His double-hundred and h Find Virender Sehwag profile and stats of batting, bowling and fielding including latest updated news of Virender Sehwag, videos and images at Hamariweb.com. Also find detail Player profile and career statistics of Virender Sehwag of India.