|Full name||Gade Hanuma Vihari|
|Born||13 October 1993|
Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India
|Bowling||Right-arm off break|
|Test debut (cap 292)||7 September 2018 v England|
|Last Test||14 December 2018 v Australia|
|Domestic team information|
|2013, 2015||Sunrisers Hyderabad|
Source: Cricinfo, 1 December 2018
Hanuma Vihari (born 13 October 1993) is an Indian cricketer who plays for Andhra in Indian domestic cricket. A right-handed batsman and occasional right arm off break bowler, he was a member of the India Under-19 cricket team that won the 2012 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Australia. He made his Test debut for India in September 2018.
Vihari played for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League in 2013. In one of the league matches against Royal Challengers Bangalore in Hyderabad, Vihari opened the bowling as an off-spinner and removed Chris Gayle for just 1. He also scored an unbeaten 46 in the same match while chasing. Sunrisers ultimately won this match through a super-over.
Vihari was responsible for one-third of Hyderabad's total in the innings against Andhra in 2013/14 Ranji Trophy opener at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium. He scored 75 in the first innings before being dismissed by Stephen then scored unbeaten 68 runs.
In October 2017, he scored his first triple century, making 302 not out for Andhra against Odisha in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy. He was the leading run-scorer for Andhra in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy, with 752 runs in six matches.
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