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Venkatesh Prasad

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Birth Place  Bangalore, Karnataka
Name  Bapu Venkatesh
Awards  Arjuna Award for Cricket
Batting style  Right-hand bat
Movies  Sachin! Tendulkar Alla
Role  Bowler
Spouse  Jayanthi Prasad (m. 1996)
National team   India
Venkatesh Prasad Venkatesh Prasad

Full Name  Bapu Krishnarao Venkatesh Prasad
Born  (1969-08-05) 5 August 1969 (age 45)
Bowling style  Right-arm medium-fast

Venkatesh prasad vs aamir sohail

Bapu Krishnarao Venkatesh Prasad  pronunciation  (born 5 August 1969 in Bangalore, Karnataka) is a former Indian cricketer, who played Tests and ODIs. He made his debut in 1996. Primarily a right-arm medium-fast bowler, Prasad was noted for his bowling combination with Javagal Srinath.

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Venkatesh Prasad Venkatesh Prasad

He is the bowling coach for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League, having formerly performed the same role for the Indian cricket team from 2007 to 2009.

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India vs pakistan amir sohail vs venkatesh prasad in 1996 world cup


Personal life

Venkatesh Prasad very keen on bowling coach role denies applying

Prasad is married to his longtime partner Jayanthi Prasad. They have a son named Prithvi.

International career

Venkatesh Prasad applies for India head coachs post The Indian

Prasad took 96 wickets from 33 Tests at an average of 35, and 196 wickets from 161 ODIs at an average of 32.30. Prasad was more effective on wickets that helped seam bowling even though his best Test bowling figures of 6 for 33, achieved against Pakistan in the 1999 Test series in India, came on a docile pitch in Chennai; these figures included a spell of bowling in which he took 5 wickets for 0 runs. Notably, he once took 10 wickets in a Test match in Durban, South Africa, in December 1996. It remains his only ten wicket haul in Test cricket. Prasad also took five wicket hauls in England, in 1996, in Sri Lanka, in 2001, and in the West Indies, in 1997. In the 1996/97 season, he took 55 wickets in 15 Tests and 48 wickets in 30 ODIs. For the period, he was named the CEAT International Cricketer of the Year.

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Prasad played his final Test match in Sri Lanka in 2001. One of his finest moments came in 1996 Cricket World Cup when after being hit for a boundary and openly sledged by Pakistan batsman Aamir Sohail, Prasad clean bowled Sohail the very next ball, (which many consider the turning point of the match). Prasad was known for his slower deliveries and was one of its first proponents in world cricket.

Injury and late career

Prasad struggled with injuries and dipping form towards the end of his career. He was dropped from the Indian team after 2001 test series in Sri Lanka. Prasad tried unsuccessfully to make a come back after that before retiring from all cricket in May 2005, having secured two Ranji Trophy championships with Karnataka. He was made coach of the India Under-19 Cricket team in January. He was the coach of the U-19 team that finished runners-up in the 2006 U-19 Cricket World Cup.

Coaching career

After the disappointing performance of the Indian Team in World Cup 2007, Prasad was appointed as the bowling coach of the team for the Bangladesh Tour in May. It was his return to the Indian team after a span of 3 years. On 15 October 2009, Venkatesh Prasad and fielding coach Robin Singh were sacked by the BCCI, which did not give any reasons for the unceremonious dumping.

Honors

  • 1996/97: Ceat International Cricketer of the Year
  • 2000: Arjuna Award
  • References

    Venkatesh Prasad Wikipedia


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