IND Vs AUS: On the last day of the Sydney Test, Team India batted brilliantly and managed to get the match to a draw. For India, the draw of the match is nothing short of a win as it has been able to do this with the help of injured players. Hanuma Vihari, who was battling hamstring injury, stayed at the crease till the end of the lunch session and drew the match by drawing it. After this match, everyone has become an admirer of Hanuma Vihari. But the personality of Hanuma Vihari has been so strong since childhood ..
Captain Virat Kohli had said in a conversation with Steve Smith before the series started that Vihari was a player whom he wanted to see during the Test series. There may be a reason for Kohli to like him and his patience.
Lost his father at the age of 10
The story of Hanuma Vihari’s life has also been similar to Kohli’s. When Kohli was 18 years old, his father died during the Ranji Trophy. Despite his father’s death, Kohli played against Karnataka in the Ranji Trophy.
Vihari also died when his father was 10 years old. Vihari also played in the school final match despite his father’s demise. Vihari’s childhood coach John Manoj said, “He is very patient. Despite his father’s demise, he played in the final of the school and scored 80 runs. His mother supported him with the help of the late father’s pension.” ”
Vihari scored 23 not out from 161 balls, which is the lowest in Test history to reach double digits. Vihari has played only one Test in India in his 12 Tests so far. The important thing is that Vihari bats according to the needs of the team.
Vihari, however, may have to pay a large price for the hamstring injury. Vihari’s injury is quite serious and now he will not be available to play cricket for a few months.