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Personal Information

Full NameShikhar Dhawan
BornDecember 5, 1985 Delhi
Age35 Years, 10 Months, 11 Days
National SideIndia
Batting StyleLeft Handed
BowlingOff break
SportCricket

Ranking

TestODIT20
Batting-1630
Bowling---

Man of the Match

TestODIT20World CupCL
410430

Career Information

Teams PlayedIndia, Asia XI, India A, India B, India Blue, Indian Board Presidents XI, India Green, India Red, India Seniors, North Zone, Rest of India, Delhi Capitals, Mumbai Indians, Deccan Chargers, India Under-19, Delhi, Mumbai A, Sunrisers Hyderabad
Career Span

Shikhar Dhawan Overall Stats

Batting & Fielding Performance

MIN/ORHS100s50s4s6sAVGS/RCTSTDucksR/O
Test
345812315190 v SL753161240.6166.9428040
ODI
14514286105143 v AUS17337637245.5593.7969054
World Cup
10100537137 v SA3165953.7094.217001
T20I
68663175992 v WI0111915027.92126.3619025
CL
77022248 v CSK0024831.71120.654000
IPL
191190255748106* v PBKS24465312234.83126.948201116

Bowling Performance

IOMRWBest3s5sAVGE/RS/RMtc
Test
5921800/0 v BAN00-2.00-5
IPL
6806641/7 v DC0016.508.2512.006

Shikhar Dhawan Profile

Shikhar Dhawan first made waves at the 2004 U-19 World Cup, amassing 505 runs from seven innings to become the leading scorer, after which many prophesied good things for him and he didn’t take long to live up to his reputation with heavy runs in domestic cricket. However, unfortunately for him, it was during a time when the national team was full to the brim with world-class players and it was next to impossible to break into that team.


His patience and good performance, however, paid off in October 2010 when he was called up to the Indian team for three ODIs against Australia. As ill luck would have it, two games were abandoned due to rain and in the second match he had a nightmare of a debut by scoring a two-ball duck. The next chance for him came in mid-2011 against the West Indies but he failed to impress much in the four ODIs he played with scores of 51, 3, 4 and 11. After that many wrote him off, saying he didn’t have it in him to make it big in international cricket. However, consistent performances at the domestic level helped him keep his place in India’s second tier of players. All he needed was some rub of the green and that came during the 2013 Test series against the visiting Australians.


The out-of-form Virender Sehwag was shown the door for the third Test and Dhawan made his Test debut in Mohali. And guess what! He grabbed the opportunity with both hands, scoring 187 off 174 balls, also earning the distinction of fastest hundred by any batsman on debut – off 85 balls. In the ICC Champions Trophy in June 2013, he scored two tons in India’s triumph. He once again shone in the 2015 World Cup in Australia where he was India’s highest scorer and played a big role in the team’s semi-final appearance. His career had an up-and-down phase post that but it was once again in an ICC event that he showed that he had it in him. He was the top run-getter in the Champions Trophy 2017.


In the Indian T20 League, he began with Delhi but switched alliance to Mumbai in the following season. It was with Hyderabad though where he came really good. He was a consistent performer for them since the franchise’s inception in 2012. Shikhar was also instrumental in their title triumph in 2016. In the 2019 auction, Dhawan was again picked by Delhi and in the following season, Shikhar had a fruitful outing as he became the first batsman in the history of the League to score back-to-back hundreds.