Hanuma Vihari returns to Hyderabad for 2021-22 India home season
India batter returns to the scene the place his profession started
Hanuma Vihari will transfer again to Hyderabad from Andhra for the upcoming home season in India. Vihari had begun his profession with Hyderabad, and represented them from his debut in 2010-11 until the 2015-16 season. From 2016-17, he had moved to Andhra, and was the designated captain when obtainable.
Vihari, who has performed 12 Checks for India, made his worldwide debut in September 2018, on India’s tour of England. The final Check he performed was in Sydney in January this yr, the place he battled a torn hamstring to assist earn a draw that had appeared unlikely at one level. Vihari batted for 161 balls, spending nearly 4 hours on the crease whereas making 23 not out, sharing in an unbroken stand with an-also injured R Ashwin, because the duo stayed collectively for 42.4 overs to thwart Australia and maintain the collection tied at 1-1 after the third Check. India would go on to earn a well-known win on the Gabba within the fourth Check to assert a second successive collection away towards Australia.
In a press release on Twitter, Vihari mentioned he was parting with Andhra on “good phrases” and expressed delight at how the group had formed up in his 5 years with them.
Vihari has performed 39 first-class matches for Hyderabad, scoring 2990 runs at a median of 56.41, with 9 centuries. He carried out even higher for Andhra, piling up 1741 runs in simply 21 matches at a median of 62.17, together with a highest rating of 302*, towards Odisha within the 2017-18 season.
Whereas profitable with Hyderabad, Vihari’s transfer to Andhra additionally coincided with an upturn in one-day type. He had performed 29 Listing A video games for Hyderabad, averaging 37.28 at a strike price of 75.46. These numbers went as much as 38.90 and 83.26 in 25 video games for Andhra. Each his Listing A a whole lot in home Listing A video games have additionally come for Andhra, with 135* towards Rajasthan in 2017, and 169 towards Mumbai in 2018.
In 27 T20 matches for Hyderabad, he had averaged 25.87 at a strike price of 118.96, whereas in 17 T20 matches for Andhra, he averaged 24.87 at a significantly larger strike price of 129.22.
Saurabh Somani is an assistant editor at ESPNcricinfo
Source:: New paper 24 – Sports