Domestic Career of Sadagoppan Ramesh
Sadagoppan Ramesh played in national level cricketer from Indian state Tamil Nadu. He also played domestic cricket for Kerala during 2005 to 2006, 2006 to 2007 seasons. He also played for Assam in the 2007-2008 seasons.
Sadagoppan Ramesh made the standing after coming through the ranks. A string of notable performances with the India A team, culminating in a brilliant century against West Indies A pitch forked him into the national senior side. India A coach K. Srikkanth strongly advocated his inclusion and the selectors, searching around for batsmen, decided to give the left-hand opener from Tamil Nadu the big break in his hometown of Chennai against Pakistan in 1999.
International Career of Sadagoppan Ramesh
Sadagoppan Ramesh is the first Indian cricketer to take a wicket off his first ball in One Day International Cricket in Indian Cricket Team. He was discarded from Indian International Team after Indias tour of Sri Lanka when Ramesh passed 30 runs in 5 out of the 6 innings but only one innings was converted to a 50. On 13th April 1999, he received his international career first ever award of Man of the Match against Pakistan.
Batting and Fielding Averages of Sadagoppan Ramesh
The following is the batting and fielding averages of Sadagoppan Ramesh:
Bowling Averages of Sadagoppan Ramesh
The following is the bowling averages of Sadagoppan Ramesh:
Life after Cricket for Sadagoppan Ramesh
Later, Sadagoppan Ramesh showed his creative performances as a Tamil actor. He has acted in a Tamil movie, “Santosh Subramaniam” in 2008. He also played a lead actor for the first time in the movie “Potta Potti” in 2011.
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