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Ashish Nehra Biography

Ashish Nehra is an Indian cricketer (left-arm fast bowler) from Delhi, who has represented India at the International level since 1999. He made his Test debut against Sri Lanka at Colombo in 1999, ODI debut against Zimbabwe at Harare on 24th June 2001 and T20 debut against Sri Lanka at Nagpur on 9th December 2009. He was a part of the Indian team in World Cup 2003 at South Africa and played for Cricket World Cup 2011 against South Africa. He got the Man of the Match award against Rajasthan Royals. Ashish Nehra joined Indian Premier League and signed up the Mumbai Indians Franchise in the season 2007-08. He also played for Delhi Dare Devils and was picked up by Pune Warriors India in the latest IPL player auction 2011. He is one of the few Indians bowlers who have taken 100 Wickets.

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Sunil Gavaskar questions the selection of Ashish Nehra for the New Zealand series
Sunil Gavaskar questions the selection of Ashish Nehra for the New Zealand series
The former captain said that selections should be based ‘not on emotions but simply merit’.
Mohammad Azharuddin reveals how he played a key role in Ashish Nehra's international debut
Mohammad Azharuddin reveals how he played a key role in Ashish Nehra's international debut
Nehra played for India for the first time under the captaincy of Azharuddin in 1999.
Ashish Nehra (1999-2017): The journey in pictures
Ashish Nehra (1999-2017): The journey in pictures
Despite possessing a fragile body, Nehra stuck around for 18 years. Here's revisiting his story in a picture series.
The Ashish Nehra School of Pain
The Ashish Nehra School of Pain
If I were to sum up his 18-year-long 17-Test career, it would be the translation of this quote: "Find what you love and let it kill you."
It's my own decision, says Ashish Nehra on retirement
It's my own decision, says Ashish Nehra on retirement
Nehra, who has informed the coach and captain, wants to play in the T20 match in Delhi.
Top 5 spells by Ashish Nehra in international cricket
Top 5 spells by Ashish Nehra in international cricket
As Ashish Nehra bids adieu to cricket, we look at five instances of brilliance from him at the top-most level.
Ashish Nehra announces retirement from all forms of cricket
Ashish Nehra announces retirement from all forms of cricket
In an interaction with the media ahead of the T20I at Hyderabad, the 38-year-old officially announced his retirement.
Reports: Ashish Nehra could announce international retirement soon
Reports: Ashish Nehra could announce international retirement soon
India's current T20I series, or the series against the Kiwis that follows, could be the 38-year-old's swansong.
Mitchell Johnson trolled after Twitter banter with Mitchell McClenaghan
Mitchell Johnson trolled after Twitter banter with Mitchell McClenaghan
Johnson's response to Jones' reply didn't go down too well with the Indian fans.
BCCI makes yo-yo tests compulsory criterion for Team India selection
BCCI makes yo-yo tests compulsory criterion for Team India selection
Matching the 'non-negotiable' fitness standards will be mandatory for a Team India spot, even for Test specialists.
5 bowlers who should have been tried instead of Ashish Nehra 
5 bowlers who should have been tried instead of Ashish Nehra 
At 38, Nehra is not growing any younger. Perhaps, it was time to look at some younger bowlers.
50 things that happened since Ashish Nehra's International debut
50 things that happened since Ashish Nehra's International debut
A lot of things have happened since Nehra ji, as he is fondly called by the fans, made his international debut.
Ashish Nehra: The ageless wonder
Ashish Nehra: The ageless wonder
The 38-year-old fast bowler made a return to the Indian T20I squad for the series against Australia.
Bumrah looks forward to learning from Nehra
Bumrah looks forward to learning from Nehra
The 38-year-old Nehra is making a comeback after playing T20I series against England earlier this year.
I can play for another couple of years, says Ashish Nehra
I can play for another couple of years, says Ashish Nehra
If his body responds well, why not play for two more years?
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