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Rahul Sanghvi

Rahul Sanghvi
INTL CAREER: 1998 - 2001
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Full Name

Rahul Laxman Sanghvi


September 03, 1974, Surat, Gujarat


48y 25d

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Bowling Style

Slow Left arm Orthodox

Playing Role


In a little under two years, Rahul Sanghvi played in 10 ODIs. He did reasonably well too, and his best bowling figures were notched up against Zimbabwe in the tri-series in India in 1998. He kept the run hungry Australian batsmen on a leash in the Coca Cola Cup final at Sharjah the same year. Then, as suddenly as he made it to the national side, he was dropped and forgotten for more than two years. However, the left-arm spinner has always adopted a never say die approach. A string of notable performances for Delhi and North Zone saw him make his debut in the first Test against Australia in 2000-01, but he was immediately dropped in the aftermath of the defeat.

An orthodox spinner of the ball, Sanghvi has come up through the ranks having toured England in 1994 with the Indian Under-19 side. He is particularly impressive on batsman friendly pitches. Sanghvi, who learnt the finer points of the art from Bishen Singh Bedi, has all the attributes - line, length, control of turn and flight and enough variety - to command a regular place in the national side.
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Career Averages
List A6833572448978/158/1525.234.3734.6130
Batting & Fielding
List A6828921244*11.1500210
Rahul Sanghvi portrait
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Recent Matches - Player
Ind Masters vs Eng Masters--1/2909-Nov-2010BridgetownOTHERT20
Ind Masters vs Eng Masters0*2/3107-Nov-2010BridgetownOTHERT20
Delhi vs UP0*0/5401-Dec-2006DelhiFC
Delhi vs Tamil Nadu--2/76 & 0/3523-Nov-2006DelhiFC
Delhi vs Bengal0 & 41/29 & 0/1601-Dec-2005DelhiFC
Rahul Sanghvi and Robin Singh keep an eye on proceedings
Rahul Sanghvi (left), RS Sodhi and Ashish Nehra at the Bangalore camp
First Test wicket for Sanghvi, they don't come better than Steve Waugh
Nayan Mongia runs across to greet the bowler Sanghvi after snapping up a catch from Yuvraj
Badani lifts Sanghvi for a six on his way to an unbeaten 64
Rahul Sanghvi, Portrait, 2000