VVS Laxman is a famous cricketer of the Indian cricket team, his full name is Venkat Sai Laxman. She was born on 1 November 1974 (age 46) in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. He has been a part of Indian cricket for many years, at present he has retired from the world of cricket, in today’s time he is seen among the old players of the world of cricket, he was a player of Sachin’s era, at that time players like Rahul Dravid, Nayan Mungia, Anil Kumle used to be in the Indian cricket team. (VVS Laxman )
VVS Laxman once represented the Hyderabad cricket team. Early in his life, he played hyderabad domestic cricket for Lancashire County. He is said to be the nephew of the great Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the former President of India. He has also been the captain of the Deccan Chargers team (Indian Premier League), he was considered very good in Test cricket, when he used to play Test matches, he did not get out quickly and used to play matches alone for many days.
Real Name – Venkat Sai Laxman
Present Name – V. V. S. Laxman
Born – 1 November 1974 Hyderabad
Profession – Indian Cricketer
Award – Padma Shri Award
Record – As of February 2010, he was 16 hundred
V. V. S. Laxman was born in a Niyogi Brahmin family in Andhra Pradesh. His parents Shantaram and Satyabhama are professional doctors, he received his education from Little Flower High School, Hyderabad. Later, he studied further as a medical student but instead of going ahead in medicine, he took his career forward in the world of cricket and came in front of the world as a good cricketer.
Laxman’s cricket career
Laxman made his Test debut against South Africa in Ahmedabad in 1999 and was later selected in the Indian cricket team for the tour of Australia in January 2000. In which he scored a very good run in the last Test, later he stopped playing Test matches for a few days, with time he started playing Tests again.
Interesting Information –
- First ODI 9 April 1998 v Zimbabwe
- VVS Laxman played his last match against South Africa on 3 December 2006.
- She married a computer engineer on February 16, 2004.