V. R. V. Singh

V. R. V. Singh

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V. R. V. Singh

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Vikram Raj Vir Singh, commonly known as V. R. V. Singh (born 17 September 1984), is an Indian cricketer who has been a member of the Indian cricket team since April 2006. He is a right-arm medium fast bowler. He is considered as one of the few genuine fast bowlers India has produced over the last decade. After being called into the Indian squad to play Sri Lanka in 2005, he failed a fitness test and was promptly dropped. He finally played his first One Day International against England at Jamshedpur. He debuted in Tests against the West Indies in June 2006.

Early life

Singh was born in Chandigarh in Punjab, India. He has always been a fast bowler and has compromised his accuracy for extra pace. He debuted for the Punjab cricket team in the 2003/04 Ranji Trophy season and continues to play first class cricket for the Punjab cricket team. According to former coach of Punjab, Bhupinder Singh Senior, "All he wants to do is bowl fast, nothing else matters to him". He played for India in the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in 2004 but disappointed with the ball, going for an expensive 44 runs in five overs in his only match. He later received the Border-Gavaskar scholarship which allowed him to train in cricket academies in Australia. His fellow scholarship holder, R. P. Singh, also later went on to play for India.

Domestic career

Singh began his domestic career with the Punjab...
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