Shikhar Dhawan is a left-hand opening batsman and a right-arm off-spin bowler who has represented the Indian National Cricket Team in all formats of International Cricket. He made his first-class debut for Delhi, his city of birth and the capital city of India and plays for Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League franchise. Dhawan is an outstanding batsman of all three formats Test, ODI, and T20 Cricket.
Shikhar scored his a century that is reportedly fastest by an Indian batsman and ended the innings with 187 runs off 174 balls in his Test debut against Australia 14 March 2013 v Australia. He made his List A debut for Delhi against Jammu & Kashmir in January 2006, he scored his highest individual List A runs while playing for India A team against South Africa A team at Pretoria with 248 runs off 150 balls.
Dhawan has been a regular part of the Indian team squad unless injured. He smashed seven centuries in Test matches while 17 in ODI so far. Dhawan scored 190 as his highest innings in Test while 143 runs in One Day International games. He has over 40 runs averages in Test and ODI games. He has 92 as his highest innings in Twenty20 cricket while 97* unbeaten in IPL career. Dhawan has a great strike rate in all three formats of International Cricket.
Dhawan is the only Player to get two golden bats at ICC Champions Trophy. He has most runs records from Indian players in ICC 2015 World Cup. Fastest Test century by a debutant with 187 runs off 174 balls. Most Runs in Nidahas trophy 2018 by Indian Player. Most ODI centuries by any Indian batsman in 2013. CEAT International Player of the Year 2013 ICC World ODI XI: 2013
Shikhar Dhawan Career Stats
Shikhar Dhawan Profile
|Full Name||Shikhar Dhawan|
|Date of Birth||5 December 1985 Delhi, India|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (180 cm)|
|Playing Roll||Opening batsman|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm leg spin|
|Test Debut||14 March 2013 v Australia (cap277)|
|ODI Debut||20 October 2010 v Australia (cap 188)|
|T20 Debut||4 June 2011 v West Indies (cap 36)|
|Major Teams||India, Deccan Chargers, Delhi, Delhi Capitals, Delhi Daredevils, Delhi Under-16s, India A, Mumbai Indians, Sunrisers Hyderabad|