|Full name||Syed Khalid Wazir|
27 April 1936|
Jullundur, Punjab, British India
|Relations||Nazir Ali (uncle)
Wazir Ali (father)
|Test debut (cap 16)||10 June 1954 v England|
|Last Test||22 July 1954 v England|
He was selected for the 1954 tour of England after just two first-class matches in which he had made 18 runs and taken 5 wickets. In 16 first-class matches on the tour he made 253 runs at 16.86 as a middle-order batsman and took 9 wickets at 54.90. He played in the First and Third Tests, batting in the lower order and not bowling. He played no more first-class cricket after the tour, and is thus the only Test cricketer whose first-class career ended before he turned 19.
His father Wazir Ali played Test cricket for India in the 1930s.
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