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Virender Sehwag ( Indian Cricketer )

Scored fastest 150, 200, 250, 300 in Tests

Virender Sehwag is an aggressive opening batsman who always provided a very quick & fast start to his team. He mostly started his game by a four or a six. He could bring down the required run rate with minutes which help other players to tackle the situation easily. Virender Sehwag urf Viru is a cricketer holding Arjun award, Padma Bhushan and many more achievements. His cricket career had many peaks and valleys as well.

Career and Achievements
Some of his important life achievements, records, & awards which he made & got through out his career are enlisted here:

  • Virender Sehwag is the only opening batsman in history who has crossed the milestone of 7500 runs in tests & ODI.
  • He has got fastest triple century of just 278 balls.
  • He struck second fastest ODI double hundred for which he took 140 balls only.
  • He has got third highest individual score in ODI of 219 against West Indies.
  • He has got second highest number of boundaries in test inning of 47. This shows his aggression in all formats of the game.
  • He is also second highest number of fours hitter in ODI too with number of 25. His mostly start in inning is with a four.
  • Sehwag has got record of scoring fastest 150,200,250,300 in Tests. That is a big record.
  • Sehwag has got record of scoring fastest 150 & 200 in ODI.
  • He has got most number of test hundreds with 6 in number.
  • He is the only Indian batsman to score 1400+ test runs in a calendar year.
  • He has got highest ever batting strike rate in Test & ODI.
  • He has got 5 times player of the series award in Tests. This is the most number of the award got by any player.
  • Sehwag is the only Indian player who has been awarded with Wisden Leading cricketer in the world award for two times.


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