Ravichandran Ashwin

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Ravichandran Ashwin
Ravi Ashwin.jpg
Ashwin in February 2013
Personal information
Full name Ravichandran Ashwin
Born (1986-09-17) 17 September 1986 (age 28)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Nickname Ash
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm off break
Role Bowler
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 271) 6 November 2011 v West Indies
Last Test 20 August 2015 v Sri Lanka
ODI debut (cap 185) 5 June 2010 v Sri Lanka
Last ODI 18 June 2015 v Bangladesh
ODI shirt no. 99
T20I debut (cap 30) 12 June 2010 v Zimbabwe
Last T20I 7 September 2014 v England
Domestic team information
Years Team
2006/07–present Tamil Nadu
2009–present Chennai Super Kings
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI T20I FC
Matches 28 99 26 62
Runs scored 1103 657 55 2,210
Batting average 32.44 16.84 27.50 34.00
100s/50s 2/5 0/1 0/0 4/12
Top score 124 65 1* 124
Balls bowled 8068 5429 600 16,562
Wickets 141 139 25 275
Bowling average 28.53 29.14 29.28 28.33
5 wickets in innings 12 0 0 23
10 wickets in match 3 n/a n/a 6
Best bowling 7/103 4/25 4/11 7/103
Catches/stumpings 12/0 30/0 5/– 27/–
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 24 August 2015
In this Indian name, the name Ravichandran is a patronymic, not a family name, and the person should be referred to by the given name, Ashwin.

Ravichandran Ashwin (About this sound pronunciation ; born 17 September 1986) is an Indian international cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and right-arm off break bowler. He plays for Tamil Nadu in domestic cricket and the Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League. He is the fastest Indian bowler to reach the 50- and 100-wicket mark in Test cricket.[1]

Having achieved little success as an opening batsman at junior-level cricket, Ashwin dropped down the order and turned into an off break bowler. He made his first-class debut for Tamil Nadu in December 2006, but it was not until the 2010 Indian Premier League that he came into the limelight. Playing for the Chennai Super Kings, he impressed with his economical bowling in the tournament, in which he was used to open the bowling on several occasions, and earned his maiden international call-up in the limited-overs formats. He was the leading wicket-taker and player of the tournament of the 2010 Champions League Twenty20 in South Africa. He was also part of the Indian squad that won the 2011 Cricket World Cup. Later that year, he made his Test debut against West Indies and became the seventh Indian to take a five-wicket haul on Test debut. He took two five-wicket hauls and scored a century in that series and won the player of the series award.

Ashwin continued to succeed in the subcontinent but proved to be less effective in other places. In a home Test series against Australia in 2013, he took 29 wickets, the most by any Indian bowler in a four-match Test series. The same year, he took his 100th Test wicket in his 18th match, becoming the fastest Indian bowler ito the milestone and the fastest in the world in over 80 years.[2]

Ashwin is the only bowler of recent times apart from Sri Lanka's Ajantha Mendis to bowl the carrom ball. With two centuries and three half-centuries in his Test career so far, Ashwin has earned the reputation of being a bowling all-rounder. He was a recipient of the Arjuna Award in 2014 and the BCCI's international cricketer of the year for the 2012–13 season.

Early years and personal life[edit]

Ashwin was born in a Tamil Brahmin family.[3] He lives in West Mambalam, Chennai.[3] He did his schooling from Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan and St. Bede's. He attended SSN College of Engineering and graduated with a B.Tech in Information Technology.

On 13 November 2011, Ashwin married his childhood friend Prithi Narayanan.[4] Ashwin’s father Ravichandran played competitive cricket in Tamil Nadu.[5]

Career[edit]

2000–2010: Early career[edit]

Ashwin plays as an all-rounder for Tamil Nadu cricket team and South Zone. He plays for Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. He was the highest wicket taker of the 2010 Champions League Twenty20 tournament for Chennai Super Kings in the tournament with 13 wickets and was adjudged as the player of the tournament.

2010–present: International career[edit]

In the back of his impressive performance in the 2010 Indian Premier League, Ashwin was selected in a second-string squad that toured Zimbabwe in May–June 2010. He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka on 5 June 2010, scoring a 32–ball 38 and taking 2/50 in that match which India lost to crash out of the tri-series.[6] His T20I debut came a week later, against Zimbabwe at Harare where he took 1/22 in four overs in an Indian win. Ashwin was selected for the tri-series against New Zealand and hosts Sri Lanka, but did not get a game with Pragyan Ojha and Ravindra Jadeja being preferred over him throughout the series.[7] In October, the selectors decided to rest first-choice players in the three-match home ODI series against Australia, enabling Ashwin to get selected in the team again. Ashwin was the most economical bowler in the only match played in the series in which he took 1/34 in nine overs, while India registered a five-wicket victory.[8]

Ashwin played in all five matches of the home series against New Zealand in November–December 2010. India completed a 5–0 whitewash and Ashwin ended up as the leading wicket-taker of the series with 11 wickets at an average of 21.90.[9] At the conclusion of the series, Ashwin earned the praise of captain Gautam Gambhir, who called him "the find" of the series and hailed his bowling during the powerplay overs.[10] Despite this success, Ashwin failed to make it to the playing eleven in any of the five ODIs on the South African tour, with the inclusion of lead spinner Harbhajan Singh in the team.[11] However, Ashwin did manage to find a place in the 15-member World Cup squad that was announced during the series, with Harbhajan and Piyush Chawla being the other two specialist spinners in the squad.[12] He played only two matches in the World Cup and made his World Cup debut in March 2011 against the West Indies with bowling figures of 10–0–41–2. He bowled 10 overs in the quarterfinal against Australia at Ahmedabad and picked 2/52. India went on to win the tournament, but Ashwin did not feature in either the semifinal or the final.

Ashwin replaced vice-captain Harbhajan for the fourth and fifth ODIs of India's tour of West Indies in June–July 2011, but picked just one wicket. Ashwin was retained in the limited-overs squad for the England tour. He emerged as India's best bowler of the series, which India lost 3–0, taking six wickets at an average of 25.16.[13] England toured India in October 2011 and were whitewashed in the ODI series 5–0. With 10 scalps at 20.20, Ashwin was as the second-highest wicket-taker of the series, only behind teammate Jadeja.[14]

In November 2011, West Indies toured India for three Tests and five ODIs. Ashwin's recent ODI success saw him being included in the Test squad for the first time. Ashwin and Ojha were the only two specialist spinners in the squad, with Harbhajan being omitted owing to his indifferent form during the England tour.[15] Ashwin made his Test debut in the first match at Delhi, earning his cap from Sachin Tendulkar. Ashwin took 3/81 in the first innings and 6/47 in the second, helping India win the match. He was awarded the man of the match and became the third Indian player to win the award on Test debut.[16][17] He picked four wickets in the second Test at Kolkata where India registered an innings victory.[18] In the third Test at Mumbai, he took 5/156 while West Indies made a total of 590 and scored his maiden international century in India's first innings (103 runs from 118 balls) to take India's total to 482. Ashwin thus became the third Indian to score a century and take a five-wicket haul in the same Test and the first since 1962.[19] West Indies were bowled out for 134 in their second innings as Ojha and Ashwin shared all ten wickets between them, with Ashwin picking 4/34. The match ended in a draw with scores level, after Ashwin took a single and was dismissed run out attempting a second run off the last ball of the match. He was awarded the man of the match as well as man of the series for his all-round performance.[20] Ashwin featured in four matches of the subsequent ODI series and took four wickets at 49.00.[21]

Ashwin was ineffective on India's 2011/12 tour of Australia. He played in three Tests on the tour taking nine wickets at an average of more than 62.[22] He also featured in the subsequent triangular CB series against Australia and Sri Lanka and took seven wickets in as many matches at 43.42. In March 2012, he took five wickets in three matches of the 2012 Asia Cup in Bangladesh. He had a quiet tour of Sri Lanka in July–August 2012 taking five wickets at 39.40 in the five-match ODI series and 1/22 in the one-off T20I.[23]

Ashwin returned to form during the two-match home Test series against New Zealand. In the first Test at Hyderabad, he claimed 6/31 and 6/54 helping India seal an innings victory and was named man of the match. His match figures of 12/85 bettered S. Venkataraghavan's 12/152 for the best figures by an Indian bowler against New Zealand in Tests.[24][25] In the second match at Bangalore his efforts of 5/69 in the second innings helped India win the match and the series 2–0.[26] He was awarded man of the series for his tally of 18 wickets at 13.11 average.[27] Ashwin played four matches in the 2012 ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka and took five wickets at an economy rate of 6 and average of 19.[28]

During the first Test of England's tour of India in late-2012, Ashwin became the fastest Indian to record 50 wickets in Test cricket as he overhauled the milestone in his ninth game.[29] India eventually lost the series 2–1 in which he struggled with the ball managing to take only 14 wickets across the four Tests at an average of 52.64. However, he scored 243 runs, averaging 60.75 per innings, including two fifties and finished as India's second best batsman of the series.[30] In the three-match ODI series against Pakistan and the five-match ODI series against England, he took three wickets at 43.33 and seven wickets at 35.71 respectively.[31][32]

Ashwin was highly successful on Australia's four Test tour of India in February–March 2013. In the first Test at Chennai, his home ground, he took 7/103 and 5/95 leading India to a comfortable eight-wicket victory.[33] He had a haul of 5/63 in the second innings of the second Test at Hyderabad where India registered an innings win. He took a total of four wickets in the Mohali Test where India sealed the series with a six-wicket victory. In the last match at Delhi, he took 5/57 and 2/55 in another Indian win which completed a 4–0 whitewash of Australia. During the match, Ashwin surpassed former India captain Anil Kumble's tally of 27 wickets for most wickets by an Indian bowler in a four-Test series.[34] Ashwin finished the series as the leading wicket-taker with a tally of 29 wickets at 20.10 and won the Man of the Series award.[35] It was the the first time India won four or more Tests in a series and the first time Australia were whitewashed since 1969–70.[36] Ashwin also became the third Indian off spinner to take 25-plus wickets in a series after E. A. S. Prasanna and Harbhajan Singh.

Ashwin was a member of the Indian team that won the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy in England. His figures of 2/15 in four overs in the 20-overs-a-side final helped India restrict England to 124/8 and win the match by five runs.[37] He had a total of eight wickets from five matches at an average of 22.62, conceding 4.41 runs per over, and ended as the joint-fifth highest wicket-taker of the tournament.[38] With nine wickets in six matches, Ashwin finished as the leading wicket-taker of the home ODI series against Australia in October–November 2013 which India won 3–2.[39]

On India's tour of South Africa, Ashwin had a difficult time with the ball. He picked only one wicket across three ODIs and went wicketless in his 42 overs in the first Test at Johannesburg, following which, he lost his spot in the team to Jadeja for the second Test. In early-2014, Ashwin's overseas struggles continued during the New Zealand tour where he managed to bag a solitary wicket in the five match ODI series which India lost 4–0.[40] However, in the third ODI, coming in to bat with India at 146/5 in pursuit of 315, he scored his maiden ODI fifty of 65 runs from 46 balls. He shared a 38-run partnership with Dhoni and an 85-run seventh wicket stand with Jadeja, as the match eventually ended in a tie.[41] In the two-match Test series that followed, Jadeja was preferred over Ashwin as the lone spinner in the playing eleven.

Ashwin was back among the wickets when India went to Bangladesh for the 2014 Asia Cup and the 2014 ICC World Twenty20. He took nine wickets in four matches of the Asia Cup and finished as the joint-third highest wicket-taker of the tournament.[42] He played a vital role in India's unbeaten run to the World Twenty20 final. His tally of 11 wickets in six matches at an average of 11.27 and economy rate of 5.35 put him joint-third on the list of most wickets in the tournament.[43]

Ashwin was part of the Indian team that toured England in 2014. He played his first match on the tour in the fourth test. Ashwin was rested for West Indies' tour of India. Ashwin played two matches in the ODI series against Sri Lanka which India won 5-0. He was also selected for India's tour of Australia in 2014-15. Ashwin was selected to represent India for the second consecutive ODI World cup to be held in Australia-New Zealand in 2015.

In the 2015 three-match series against Sri Lanka, he dismissed Kumar Sangakkara, who was retiring following the second Test, four consecutive times in his final four innings.

Bowling style[edit]

Ashwin is a tall off-spinner who primarily relies on the bounce of the pitch to get his wickets. He produces a lot of variations of the ball and flights the ball thereby giving it more chance to spin and dip on the batsman. In addition to his normal off-breaks, he produces an arm ball and the carrom ball, the latter of which he uses frequently in the shorter formats. In IPL 2013, he bowled leg-breaks and googly as well.[44] However, in an interview, he has stated that he refrains from bowling the doosra as it requires him to bend and straighten his arm which he finds difficult to do.[45]

Statistics[edit]

Batting[edit]

Test centuries[edit]

No. Score Match Opponent Venue City Year Result
1 103 3  West Indies Wankhede Stadium Mumbai 2011 Drawn
2 124 17  West Indies Eden Gardens Kolkata 2013 Won

Bowling[edit]

Test 5-wicket hauls[edit]

No. Figures Match Opponent Venue City Year Result
1 6/47 1  West Indies Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi 2011 Won
2 5/156 3  West Indies Wankhede Stadium Mumbai 2011 Drawn
3 6/31 7  New Zealand Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium Hyderabad 2012 Won
4 6/54 7  New Zealand Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium Hyderabad 2012 Won
5 5/69 8  New Zealand M Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore 2012 Won
6 7/103 13  Australia M.A. Chidambaram Stadium Chennai 2013 Won
7 5/95 13  Australia M.A. Chidambaram Stadium Chennai 2013 Won
8 6/63 14  Australia Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium Hyderabad 2013 Won
9 5/57 16  Australia Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi 2013 Won
10 5/87 25  Bangladesh Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium Fatullah 2015 Drawn
11 6/46 26  Sri Lanka Galle International Stadium Galle 2015 Lost
12 5/42 27  Sri Lanka P Sara Oval Colombo 2015 Won

Test 10-wicket hauls[edit]

No. Figures Match Opponent Venue City Year Result
1 12/85 7  New Zealand Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium Hyderabad 2012 Won
2 12/198 13  Australia M.A. Chidambaram Stadium Chennai 2013 Won
3 10/160 26  Sri Lanka Galle International Stadium Galle 2015 Lost

Achievements[edit]

Ashwin became the fastest Indian bowler to reach 100 test wickets as he got to the milestone in his 18th Test match. The previous record holder was legendary Indian spinner Erapalli Prasanna who got there in his 20th test. Ashwin also became the 5th fastest bowler in the world to reach 100 Test wickets after G Lohmann (Eng in 16 matches), CTB Turner (Aus in 17 matches), S F Barnes (Eng in 17 matches) and C Grimmett (Aus in 17 matches). Ashwin became the first Indian cricketer to score a century and take five wickets in same test match on 2 separate instances.[46] He achieved this double for the first time in his third Test against West Indies in 2011 when he made 103 and took 5/156 in the first innings. He repeated the same feat in the Kolkata test against West Indies in November 2013 where he took 2/52 in the 1st innings and 3/46 in the 2nd innings and scored 124 in India's 1st innings. Other Indians to have done this once are Vinoo Mankad in 1952 and Polly Umrigar in 1962. This feat had only been achieved 26 times previously in world cricket, the last occasion being by Jacques Kallis in 2002.

Ashwin scored a hundred and took nine wickets when India played against West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium in 2011. Only four other India players have hit a hundred and taken five or more wickets for the match. Ashwin is the only one to do it twice. The 280-run partnership between Rohit Sharma and Ashwin was India's highest in Tests for the seventh wicket, beating the unbeaten 259-run partnership between VVS Laxman and MS Dhoni against South Africa at the same venue in 2010. This was also the second-highest partnership for India against West Indies for any wicket in Tests.

In December 2012, Ashwin completed 500 runs in his 11th Test cricket match. With this, he shares the record of becoming the fastest player along with Australia’s Jack Gregory and England’s Ian Botham, who also took 11 Tests to reach the mark of completing the all-round double of 500 runs and 50 wickets.

Ashwin is also the third Indian cricketer to be awarded the Man of the Match (MoM) on debut. Other Indians to have done this before him were Narendra Hirwani, Pravin Amre, R.P. Singh. Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan achieved this feat after Ashwin. Ashwin registered the 2nd best bowling on debut by an Indian bowler with 9/128, behind Hirwani’s 16-wicket world record debut performance. Ashwin became the fastest Indian to record 50 wickets in Test matches as he overhauled the milestone in his ninth game. He achieved it when he dismissed the England opener Nick Compton on 16 November 2012 during the second day of the first Test at Ahmedabad. The previous record holder was the legendary Anil Kumble, who had reached the milestone in his tenth Test. On 8 December 2012, Ashwin completed 500 runs in his 11th Test cricket match when batting against England scoring 91*. With this he shares the record of becoming the fastest player along with Australia’s Jack Gregory and England’s Ian Botham, who also took 11 Tests to reach the mark of completing the all-round double of 500 runs and 50 wickets. Incidentally the quickest Indian to reach 500 runs and 50 wickets before Ashwin was Salim Durani, who did so in his 14th Test, followed by Vinoo Mankad in 15 tests and Kapil Dev in 16.

Ashwin has surpassed former India captain Anil Kumble as the leading wicket-taker for India in a four-Test series. Ashwin claimed his 28th wicket of Border-Gavaskar Trophy (2012–13) at the Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi. The previous record of 27 had been achieved by Kumble against Australia too, during the 2004–05 edition of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Ashwin and Rohit Sharma together put on a record 7th partnership of 280 Runs for India in the first test against West Indies.

Awards[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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