Sudhir Naik

Sudhir Naik

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Sudhir Sakharam Naik (born February 21, 1945, Mumbai, Maharashtra) is a former Indian cricketer who played in 3 Tests and 2 ODI in 1974 in the Indian cricket team. He has a much extensive and impressive career in the domestic Indian cricket in varied capacities of cricketer, coach and ground-curator.

He started his career by playing for Mumbai University and later went on to captain the Tata Oil Mills team where he was an employee. He is a rare combination of a cricketer and an organic chemist with first class in M Sc in Organic Chemistry from Ruparel College in Mumbai.

Beside playing for India, he also captained Mumbai cricket team in the Ranji Trophy for several years. He remains active in the game as the coach at his own National Cricket Club, Mumbai which has produced star cricketers for India like Zaheer Khan and Wasim Jaffer and many like Rajesh Pawar, Raju Sutar and Paras Mhambrey who are pastd and present players for Mumbai.

Since 2005 he has an added responsibility on his shoulders. He is the Ground Incharge at the Wankhede Cricket Stadium taking care of the wicket and the outfield, in preparation for cricket matches.

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  • : An article showcasing his cricketing background and his role as the ground-curator at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

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