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Full Name  T. A. Sekhar
Name  Thirumalai Sekar
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Batting style  Right-handed batsman (RHB)
Bowling style  Right-arm Medium Pace (RM)

Thirumalai Ananthanpillai Sekar  pronunciation  (born 28 March 1956, in Madras) was a medium pace bowler who represented India in Test cricket and One Day Internationals.

T A Sekhar (Cricketer) in the past

Sekar was one of the fastest bowlers in India in the early eighties. His two Test matches were in the 1982-83 season when he was flown out to Pakistan to replace the injured Madan Lal. He did not take a wicket in either match. He played a One Day International in that series and three more against England two years later.

T A Sekhar (Cricketer) family

Sekar played for Tamil Nadu between 1976/77 and 1987/88 taking 74 wickets. His career best effort was 9 for 54 against Kerala in 1981/82.[2] He played for Madhya Pradesh for two seasons before bowing out of the game.

Since then his major contribution to Indian cricket is a bowling coach at the MRF Pace Foundation in Chennai. He served as a national selector for a period of time.


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