Abhishek Nayar
Abhishek Nayar
Full name Abhishek Mohan Nayar 
Born October 8, 1983, Secunderabad, Hyderabad 
Major teams India, India Green, Mumbai, Mumbai Cricket Association President's XI, Mumbai Indians 
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm medium

Tall and broad shouldered, Abhishek Nayar is a useful right-arm medium-pacer who has time and again got Mumbai crucial breaktrhoughs in his young first-class career. He does not quite have the pace to be a regular attacking option, but it's with his left-hand batting that he becomes a natural selection. Capable of crease occupation as well as hitting the ball hard, Nayar chipped in with vital contributions in Mumbai's successful Ranji campaign in 2006. The first-class century narrowly eluded him for a time - he made 97 against Gujarat in 2006 - but when it came it was a big one, 152 against Karachi Urban in the Mohammad Nissar Trophy. Nayar was bought by the lucrative Indian Premier League's Mumbai franchise in early 2008 and enjoyed regular playing time as the tournament kicked off. In the final of the 2008-09 Ranji Trophy he made a vital 99 that helped set up Mumbai's 38th triumph and, after being on the fringes of the national side, was selected for ODI squad to tour West Indies in June.

Abhishek Nayar, Claim to fame: An all rounder, Abhi made his first class debut with the Mumbai team for the Ranji Trophy in 2005-2006. Scoring 206 runs for Mumbai Indians in all in the IPL 2008, he was the only player apart from Sanath Jaisurya to have played in all the matches for Mumbai Indians.

Hotness quotient: Tall and broad shouldered, this guy always leaves an impression with his performance as well as his personality. One of the most consistent players on the Mumbai circuit, the team can surely rely on this twenty something. 
Abhishek Nayar

Abhishek Nayar is an Indian cricketer, who was born on October 8, 1983 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. He is a left-handed batsman known for his long-standing and hard-hitting capabilities, and he is also a medium-paced bowler. Abhishek Nayar has a unique batting style and his ability to bat at any position of the batting has helped his team enormously. His consistent performances have gained the attention of the national selection committee and he will be included in the Indian national Test and One Day International (ODI) teams in the near future.

During the 2005-06 season, Abhishek Nayar made his First-class debut for the Mumbai team and was instrumental in the teamís success at the 2006 Ranji Trophy campaign. In 2006, he played in a match against the Gujarat state team and scored 97 runs. Abhishek Nayar went on to make his maiden First-class century in the 2007 Mohammad Nissar Trophy, when he scored a huge 152 against the Karachi Urbans team from Pakistan. In November 2007, Abhishek Nayar struck a century in the Ranji Trophy tournament, scoring 105 off just 85 deliveries playing in the Super League match against Tamil Nadu. His commendable score consisted of thirteen boundaries and two sixes and gave his team a first-inning lead of 111 over the opponents. The following month, in a match against the Maharashtra team, Abhishek Nayar showed his bowling capabilities by claiming five wickets in about thirty four overs, out of which eight were maidens.

During the 2003-04 season, he made his debut in List A matches and featured in 34 matches amassing 707 runs with one century and half-century. He represented the India A team during the 2008-09 A Team Triangular Series and on September 26, 2008 in the final match against the Australian team, Abhishek Nayar claimed two wickets.

On April 3, 2007, he made his Twenty20 (T20) debut for the Mumbai team in a match against Baroda. Early in 2008, Abhishek Nayar was purchased by the Reliance Industries owned - Mumbai Indians team to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament under the captaincy of the Indian Little Master, Sachin Tendulkar. Abhishek Nayar played in fourteen matches during the tournament and scored a maximum of 45, which was against Chennai Super Kings. He amassed 206 runs during the IPL matches and also took four catches and a wicket. 

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