Five Facts About VVS Lakshman That Will Blow Your Mind - from Sreedhar Bevara
On the Eve of Birthday of Legendary Cricketer PadmaSri VVS Lakshman, Entrepreneur, Author, Motivational Speaker, Think Tank Sri SreeDhar Bevara Met and Presented His Best Selling Book "Moment of Signal". and Shared Few Words About Padmasri VVS Lakshman. "A passionate celebration of the leader within you, even on your lowest Day" -- VVS Lakshman.
Sreedhar Bevara, Who is well known International leadership author, motivational speaker and CEO of BMR Innovations. He’s also an advising member & mentor to the Goa State Innovation Council. Shared Few Words With Team MDN about the Legendary Cricketer. said That " I met him in 2019 to present my previous boom in which he gave a blurb. - "A passionate celebration of the leader within you, even on your lowest Day" -- VVS Lakshman."
We all know Know that the Vangipurapu Venkata Sai Lakshman, who is a former Indian international cricketer and a current cricket commentator and pundit and born on 1 November 1974. VVS Lakshman is A right-hand batsman known for his elegant stroke play, Lakshman played as a middle-order batsman in Test cricket.
Lakshman is one of the few players to have played 100 Test matches, without ever appearing in a One-Day Cricket World Cup. Despite being a relatively slow runner between the wickets, Lakshman compensated with his stroke play and fast scoring. In 2002, he was named one of Wisden's five Cricketers of the Year. In domestic cricket, Lakshman represented Hyderabad. He also played for Lancashire in county cricket.
VVS Lakshman was also the captain of the Deccan Chargers team in the Indian Premier League during its inaugural season. Later, he played for the Kochi Tuskers IPL team. VVS Lakshman is currently a mentor of the Sunrisers Hyderabad. He is popularly called the 'God of 4th Innings' for his exploits. In 2011, Lakshman was awarded the Padma Shri award, India's fourth-highest civilian award. In 2012, Lakshman retired from international cricket.
At My Knowledge, the Achievements and awards of VVS Lakshman are as follows.
Padma Shri, India's fourth-highest civilian award, 2011. Arjuna Award, by the Government of India in recognition of his outstanding achievement in sports, 2001. Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 2002. He is one of the few cricketers to score the most centuries (3) in a single ODI series.
His innings of 281 against Australia at Kolkata in 2001 was ranked sixth in Wisden's list of 100 great Test innings in the history of the game. He has the record of taking the most catches (12) by a non-wicketkeeper in a single ODI series. He shares this record with Allan Border.
He along with Rahul Dravid shares the world record for the highest partnership (376 Runs) in 3rd innings of a test match for any wicket during a winning cause. Lakshman is one of the six Indian test players in history to score 100 runs in a single session of a test match.
Lakshman is the second Indian player to score 1000 or more runs on a single ground. He scored 1217 runs at an average of 110.63 at Eden Gardens. Only Indian to score 1000 runs at a single ground with an average of more than 100. One of only 3 international players (and the only Indian player) to make an unbeaten fifty in both innings of a Test on more than one occasion (the others being Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Steve Smith). Lakshman was awarded an honorary doctorate degree on 4 February 2015 by Teri University, New Delhi