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    Ajit Wadekar: The captain who led India to maiden Test series wins in West Indies and England

    Cricket News: Former India captain Ajit Wadekar, who breathed his last at the Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday, will be remembered as a leader who led India t

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    Indian skipper Ajit Wadekar and teammate BS Chandrasekhar wave to crowds at the Oval after winning the Test Series against England on August 24 1971. (Getty Images)

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    Wadekar will be remembered for leading India to maiden overseas Test series wins in WI and England

    Wadekar was confronted with a tough initiation into captaincy with his first eight Tests all away from home

    He was also India's first ODI captain, although he appeared in just two matches

    NEW DELHI: Former India captain Ajit Wadekar, who breathed his last at the Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai on Wednesday, will be remembered as a leader who led India to maiden overseas Test series wins in West Indies and England.

    READ ALSO: How a bus ride changed Ajit Wadekar's destiny

    The year 1971 was a watershed year in Indian cricket, when the team notched up historic series wins over West Indies and England away from home. The man at the helm of affairs was the soft-spoken Wadekar.

    READ ALSO: Former India Test captain Ajit Wadekar passes away

    Appointed skipper in January 1971, Wadekar was confronted with a tough initiation into captaincy with his first eight Tests all away from home. But what followed over that period went on to establish Wadekar's legacy in Indian cricket.

    While the first two Tests against England ended in draws, BS Chandrasekhar weaved his magic with 6 for 38 in the second innings of the third Test at the Oval before Wadekar himself contributed 45 useful runs in their successful pursuit of 173 runs.

    The aggressive left-handed batsman was a trailblazer in Indian cricket despite a mere 37 Test appearances. Wadekar scored 2,113 runs in his Test career, including one hundred.

    He was also India's first ODI captain, although he appeared in just two matches. Wadekar made his first class debut in 1958-59 before making his India debut in 1966-67.

    After his retirement, he also served as the manager of the national team led by Mohammed Azharuddin in the 1990s and later went on to become the chairman of selection committee.

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    The touring Indian team

    The Indian cricket team toured England in the 1932 season under the title of "All-India".[1] They were captained by the Maharaja of Porbandar. It was the national team's second tour of England following the one in 1911. India had just been granted the status of ICC Full Member and they played their inaugural Test match at Lord's in June. It was the only Test arranged on this tour and England won by 158 runs after scoring 259 and 275/8d in the two innings while India were bowled out for 189 and 187.[2]

    India played 37 matches on the tour, including 26 first-class fixtures. Because of bad weather, two of their minor fixtures were abandoned without a ball being bowled.[3] The team won nine first-class matches, drew nine and lost eight. The schedule was heavy with the team rarely out of action from the first match on 29 April to the last on 10 September. () commented on this factor as something Indian cricketers of the time were simply not used to. As a result, the team suffered badly with muscle and tendon injuries which meant they became less effective as a team in their later matches.[1]

    India's outstanding batsman was the right-handed C. K. Nayudu, who played in all the first-class matches, scoring 1,618 runs at an average of 40.45, including five centuries and a highest score of 162.[4] In the 1933 edition of , Nayudu was selected as one of the five Cricketers of the Year for 1932. India had a fine pair of opening bowlers in Amar Singh (111 wickets in first-class matches at 20.37) and Mohammad Nissar (71 wickets at 18.09). Amar Singh took ten wickets in a match three times and had a best innings return of 8/90.[5]

    Contents

    1 Indian tour squad 2 Test series 2.1 Only Test

    2.2 Teams in batting order

    3 First-class matches

    4 Other matches 5 Aftermath 6 References 7 Annual reviews 8 Further reading

    Indian tour squad[edit]

    Maharaja of Porbandar (captain)

    K. S. G. Limbdi (vice-captain)

    C. K. Nayudu (Test captain)

    Amar Singh Sorabji Colah Ghulam Mohammad Shankarrao Godambe M. Jahangir Khan Joginder Singh

    Bahadur Kapadia (wk)

    Lall Singh Nariman Marshall Mohammad Nissar Naoomal Jeoomal Janardan Navle (wk) S. Nazir Ali Phiroze Palia S. Wazir Ali

    Ramachandra Guha, commenting on the selection, said that it "nicely reflected the balance of communal interests".[6] There were seven Hindus, four Muslims, four Parsees and two Sikhs. A number of players, including Vijay Merchant, refused to participate because of unrest at home and in support of Mahatma Gandhi who had been arrested in January 1932.[7] Porbandar was the nominal captain but he played little and Nayudu was the captain.[6] In the times when only Royals used to be Captains, the Maharja of Porbandar official Captain and the official vice-captain Raja of Limbdi both stood down, in rare gesture of sportsmanship and cause of India for the Test match so that more talented Nayudu could lead the team.[8] Thus due to their sacrifice of posts, the 1st Captain to lead India in Test series is recorded as C K Nayudu[8]

    Test series[edit]

    Only Test[edit]

    25–28 June 1932 Scorecard summary

    England v India

    259 (105.1 overs) D. R. Jardine 79

    Mohammad Nissar 5/93 (26 overs)

    189 (93 overs) C. K. Nayudu 40

    W. E. Bowes 4/49 (30 overs)

    275/8d (110 overs) D. R. Jardine 85

    M. Jahangir Khan 4/60 (30 overs)

    187 (59.3 overs) L. Amar Singh 51

    W. R. Hammond 3/9 (5.3 overs)

    England won by 158 runs

    Lord's

    Umpires: F. Chester (Eng) and J. Hardstaff Sr (Eng)

    England won the toss and decided to bat

    3-day Test

    Teams in batting order[edit]

    England: P. Holmes, H. Sutcliffe, F. E. Woolley, W. R. Hammond, D. R. Jardine (captain), E. Paynter, L. E. G. Ames (wk), R. W. V. Robins, F. R. Brown, W. Voce, W. E. Bowes.

    India: J. G. Navle (wk), Naoomal Jeoomal, S. Wazir Ali, C. K. Nayudu (captain), S. H. M. Colah, S. Nazir Ali, P. E. Palia, Lall Singh, M. Jahangir Khan, L. Amar Singh, Mohammad Nissar.

    First-class matches[edit]

    In addition to the Lord's Test, India played in 25 first-class matches. They visited all 17 County Championship teams for 19 matches (Glamorgan and Lancashire twice). Their other six first-class opponents were Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), Cambridge University, Oxford University, Scotland (at Forthill, Dundee), an England XI (at Cheriton Road, Folkestone) and H. D. G. Leveson Gower's XI (at North Marine Road Ground, Scarborough in the Scarborough Festival).[3]

    Two Indian players who were unavailable for India played against them. These were Duleepsinhji and Iftikhar Ali Khan Pataudi who were both England players. They represented their counties, Sussex and Worcestershire respectively.[6] The third and final day of the match against MCC in May was lost to the weather and the result was a draw, but Nayudu had shown his quality with an innings of 118 not out, scoring more than half of his team's runs.[9] Guha said it was his best innings of the tour and he hit a six which sent the ball so far that it "was last seen leaving the Home of Cricket in an easterly direction".[6]

    स्रोत : en.wikipedia.org

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    Most matches as captain

    Player Span Mat Won Lost Tied Draw W/L %W %L

    V Kohli 2014-2022 68 40 17 0 11 2.35 58.82 25

    MS Dhoni 2008-2014 60 27 18 0 15 1.50 45 30

    SC Ganguly 2000-2005 49 21 13 0 15 1.61 42.85 26.53

    M Azharuddin 1990-1999 47 14 14 0 19 1.00 29.78 29.78

    SM Gavaskar 1976-1985 47 9 8 0 30 1.12 19.14 17.02

    Nawab of Pataudi 1962-1975 40 9 19 0 12 0.47 22.5 47.5

    N Kapil Dev 1983-1987 34 4 7 1 22 0.57 11.76 20.58

    R Dravid 2003-2007 25 8 6 0 11 1.33 32 24

    SR Tendulkar 1996-2000 25 4 9 0 12 0.44 16 36

    BS Bedi 1976-1978 22 6 11 0 5 0.54 27.27 50

    AL Wadekar 1971-1974 16 4 4 0 8 1.00 25 25

    L Amarnath 1947-1952 15 2 6 0 7 0.33 13.33 40

    VS Hazare 1951-1953 14 1 5 0 8 0.20 7.14 35.71

    A Kumble 2007-2008 14 3 5 0 6 0.60 21.42 35.71

    NJ Contractor 1960-1962 12 2 2 0 8 1.00 16.66 16.66

    DB Vengsarkar 1987-1989 10 2 5 0 3 0.40 20 50

    PR Umrigar 1955-1958 8 2 2 0 4 1.00 25 25

    MH Mankad 1955-1959 6 0 1 0 5 0.00 0 16.66

    AM Rahane 2017-2021 6 4 0 0 2 - 66.66 0

    GS Ramchand 1959-1960 5 1 2 0 2 0.50 20 40

    S Venkataraghavan 1974-1979 5 0 2 0 3 0.00 0 40

    DK Gaekwad 1959-1959 4 0 4 0 0 0.00 0 100

    CK Nayudu 1932-1934 4 0 3 0 1 0.00 0 75

    V Sehwag 2005-2012 4 2 1 0 1 2.00 50 25

    K Srikkanth 1989-1989 4 0 0 0 4 0.00 0 0

    Ghulam Ahmed 1955-1959 3 0 2 0 1 0.00 0 66.66

    Nawab of Pataudi 1946-1946 3 0 1 0 2 0.00 0 33.33

    Vizianagram 1936-1936 3 0 2 0 1 0.00 0 66.66

    RG Sharma 2022-2022 2 2 0 0 0 - 100 0

    GR Viswanath 1980-1980 2 0 1 0 1 0.00 0 50

    HR Adhikari 1959-1959 1 0 0 0 1 0.00 0 0

    CG Borde 1967-1967 1 0 1 0 0 0.00 0 100

    JJ Bumrah 2022-2022 1 0 1 0 0 0.00 0 100

    KL Rahul 2022-2022 1 0 1 0 0 0.00 0 100

    P Roy 1959-1959 1 0 1 0 0 0.00 0 100

    RJ Shastri 1988-1988 1 1 0 0 0 - 100 0

    By default, the shading indicates records from the past week, or failing that, the most recent entry.

    Adjust: most recent | past week | past month | past 6 months | past year | 4 years | 10 years | 25 years | post-warRecords includes the following current or recent matches:

    England v India at Birmingham, 5th Test, Jul 1-5, 2022 [Test # 2470]

    India v Sri Lanka at Bengaluru, ICC World Test Championship 2nd Test, Mar 12-14, 2022 [Test # 2456]

    India v Sri Lanka at Mohali, ICC World Test Championship 1st Test, Mar 4-6, 2022 [Test # 2452]

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