Name: Vikram Singh
Date of birth: 07/09/1984
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Retired
Bowling Style: Right arm medium fast
Batting Style: Right-hand
- Test debut against West Indies at St John's - June 2006.
- ODI debut versus England at Jamshedpur - April 2006.
- A product of the Under-19 system, Singh first turned heads when he played for Punjab in 2005.
- A tall, open-chested bowler who struggles to find his radar at times, but is undoubtedly a genuine fast bowler in the making.
- Picked up 34 wickets at 20.67 a piece, with a best of 7 for 75, during his maiden season in the Ranji Trophy.
- His first call-up to the India ODI squad in 2005 ended in a nightmare when failed a fitness test. He got another chance the next year and finally made his debut.
- After picking up just eight wickets in five Tests and 0 wickets in two ODIs, he quickly disappeared from the international scene.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||2006-2007||Innings Bowled:||10|
|Highest Score:||29||Best bowling in Innings:||3/48|
|Career Span:||Innings Bowled:||2|
|Highest Score:||0||Best bowling in Innings:||0/33|
Full International Career History
|May 18 2007||Bangladesh||Chittagong||1||DNB|
|Dec 26 2006||South Africa||Durban||1||4|
|Dec 15 2006||South Africa||Johannesburg||1||29|
|Jun 10 2006||West Indies||St Lucia||1||DNB|
|Jun 2 2006||West Indies||Recreation Ground, St.John's, Antigua||1||2|
|Dec 26 2006||South Africa||Durban||1||1/60|
|Dec 15 2006||South Africa||Johannesburg||1||1/8|
|Jun 10 2006||West Indies||St Lucia||1||0/23|
|Jun 2 2006||West Indies||Recreation Ground, St.John's, Antigua||1||2/61|
|Apr 15 2006||England||MPCA Stadium, Indore||1||DNB|
|Apr 13 2006||England||Keenan Stadium, Jamshedpur||1||8|
|Apr 15 2006||England||MPCA Stadium, Indore||1||0/72|
|Apr 13 2006||England||Keenan Stadium, Jamshedpur||1||0/33|
Today's Fixtures & Results
S Africa 289-3CloseW Indies
New Zealand 441In-PlaySri Lanka 138 & 90-1
Sri Lanka trail New Zealand by 213 runs with 9 wickets remaining
Australia 530CloseIndia 108-1
India trail Australia by 422 runs with 9 wickets remaining
Thunder 164-5ResultSydney Sixers 180-7
Sydney Sixers win by 16 runs