Wriddhiman Saha


In International Cricket, Wriddhiman Prasanta Saha commonly known as Wriddhiman Saha is an Indian international cricketer who plays for the Indian National cricket team and domestically for Bengal. He is also the 1st cricketer to make a century in an Indian Premier League final. In the Indian Premier League, presently he plays for Sunrisers Hyderabad. He plays as a  wicket-keeper batsman. He is one of the youngest talented players of India.

Wriddhiman became the 1st Indian wicket-keeper to score hundreds in the home as well as outside Asia in 2017.

In February 2010, Wriddhiman played his Test match, as a professional right-handed batsman. When Wriddhiman took a fixed space in the Indian Test Match XI(Eleven) as a wicket-keeper, there were disagreements(controversy) for his place in the prospect of him replacing the expert MS Dhoni(Mahendra Singh Dhoni), who had scored closely 5000(five thousand) runs in a Test cricket match at an average of nearly 40. He made his 1st Test hundred at St. Lucia.

He played twenty-three Tests as India’s appointed wicket-keeper, and his numbers on the batting forefront compare positively to some of India’s earlier wicket-keepers. In the case of runs, only Nayan Mongia, Farokh Engineer, MS Dhoni, and Rishabh Pant had made more.

The Early Life of Wriddhiman Saha:

Wriddhiman was born in Siliguri, West Bengal, India on 24 October 1984. Flying Saha and Superman Saha are the nicknames of Wriddhiman. His father Prashanta Saha works at the Local Electricity Board. His mother’s name is Maitrayee Saha. He has an elder brother who is Anirban Saha, an engineer and he has one daughter Anvi Saha. He completed his studies at Siliguri Boy’s High School, Siliguri, West Bengal

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