Gautam Gambhir is a youthful left-wing opening batsman from the Indian cricket team famous for his blazing batting design and also a uniquely balanced yet competitive approach to the match. Born on the 14th of October 1981 at Delhi, Gautam Gambhir decided in the national cricketing arena at rather an early age.
Scoring runs in an average of over 50 in cricket, the turning point came with this young lad when he scored consecutive double generations in 2002 while representing Delhi and Board Presidents’ XI against Zimbabweans vacationing in India. The performance made him the Indian batsman to score a century against people and showcased his possible for a cricketer.
Following a bad show set up by Indian cricketers from the 2003 Cricket World Cup, many senior cricketers were rested that paved the way for his eventual entrance to the Indian ODI squad for TVS Cup held in Dhaka after that year.
Gautam Gambhir surfaced his Test career in the fourth and final Test match against Australia at the Border-Gavaskar Trophy held in 2004. The series turned out to be a damp squib at the first Test but at his next Test against South Africa, he led a significant 96 runs on his side. His maiden Test century came from Bangladesh in 2004. Even following his presence felt at the global cricketing arena, Gautam Gambhir’s variant was off and on with a few stripes of genius to his charge in the kind of superb batting attempts.
At 2007 Cricket World Cup too, he wasn’t in the group since the selectors chose to move in with Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and Saurav Ganguly in the very top of Indian batting order. Living upto the hopes of selectors and Indian cricket lovers, he scored his second century about the excursion making his way into the group for India’s tour to Ireland in 2007. Continuing his great shape, Gautam Gambhir created a superb unbeaten knock of 80 runs against Ireland, which once again proved his value as a global cricketer.
Gautam Gambhir’s biggest problem thus far has been an inability to convert amazing start-ups of the 20s and 30s into large scores that have, again and again, put a question mark on his own location at the Indian cricket team for both Test and ODI formats of this match.
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Gautam Gambhir exhibited exceptional batting art from the ICC Twenty20 World Cricket, also scored a Few half-centuries from New Zealand and England in September 2007. After collapsing in a couple of matches, he pitched with a blazing 75-run dip in only 54 balls at the finals against Pakistan and India went ahead to win the cliffhanger and tote that the inaugural Twenty20 trophy. Afterward, he also played at the seven-match series against Australia but failed to impress single-digit scores at the first few ODIs after he had been asked to take a seat from this sequence.
Launch the Indian innings at the only Twenty20 game against Australia on October 20, 2007, Gautam Gambhir allows his competitive side come to the fore and helped place Australia into a tight place with a breaking 63 run-knock of 52 balls.
However, to all of the expectations, Gautam Gambhir is an Indian opener with immense unexplored possible, which, if used correctly, could take India off a dreamy trip into new cricketing horizons.