World news – Sydney Test hero Hanuma Vihari meets KT Rama Rao, discusses cricket


Going through a lean period, Vihari had a brilliant fight as he played 161 balls and formed a brilliant partnership with Ravichandran Ashwin to deny Australia a third Test win.

Published: January 18, 2021 6:00 p.m. |

Last updated: January 18, 2021 6:01 pm

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NEW DELHI: Indian cricketer Hanuma Vihari met with Labor President of Telangana Rashtra Samiti (TRS), KT Rama Rao, on Monday and discussed cricket with the Minister of State.

« It was a pleasure to meet you and have a chat about cricket sir. @KTRTRS, « Vihari tweeted along with his photo with KTR.

The player was in Australia for the current Australian tour. However, he was kicked out of the series picker after tearing a Class 2 tear on his Achilles tendon during the third test and then returned to India on Friday.

Vihari, who was going through a lean period, delivered one brilliant fight as he played 161 balls and formed a brilliant partnership with Ravichandran Ashwin to deny Australia a win in the third Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

Upon completion of the third Test it was revealed he was with a tear of class 2 was fighting to write the draw in Sydney.

In an interview with ANI, sources in the team leadership had revealed that the scan reports were in and Vihari had a class 2 rift that not only took him from the final but also cast doubt on him for the early stages of the upcoming England series. It generally takes 3 to 6 weeks to fully recover from a 2nd degree crack.

« His scan reports are in and he has a grade 2 tear which means the boy is about 3 hours has struggled with burning pain for a long time. He deserves praise for standing there holding the fort like a true champion, « the source said.

In the fourth Test underway, India needed 324 runs to complete the game on the final day to win. In the event of a win, the « injured » Indians on Australian soil will win one after the other, and in the event of a tie they will keep the Border Gavaskar trophy despite all odds.

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