Anil Kumble

Anil Kumble

Infobox cricketer biography
playername = Anil Kumble
nickname = Jumbo


country = India
fullname = Anil Kumble
living = true
dayofbirth = 17
monthofbirth = 10
yearofbirth = 1970
placeofbirth = Bangalore
countryofbirth = India
batting = Right-handed
bowling = Right-arm leg spin
role = Bowler and Test captain
international = true
testdebutdate = 9 August
testdebutyear = 1990
testdebutagainst = England
testc

lasttestdate = 8 August
lasttestyear = 2008
lasttestagainst = Sri Lanka
odidebutdate = 25 April
odidebutyear = 1990
odidebutagainst = Sri Lanka
odic

lastodidate = 19 March
lastodiyear = 2007
lastodiagainst = Bermuda
club1 = Karnataka
year1 = 1989/90 – present
club2 = Surrey
year2 = 2006
club3 = Leicestershire
year3 = 2000
club4 = Northamptonshire
year4 = 1995
club5 = Royal Challengers Bangalore
year5 = 2008
deliveries = balls
columns = 4
column1 = Tests
matches1 = 130
runs1 = 2,456
bat avg1 = 17.66
100s/50s1 = 1/5
top score1 = 110*
deliveries1 = 40,259
wickets1 = 616
bowl avg1 = 29.33
fivefor1 = 35
tenfor1 = 8
best bowling1 = 10/74
catches/stumpings1 = 59/–
column2 = ODI
matches2 = 271
runs2 = 938
bat avg2 = 10.53
100s/50s2 = 0/0
top score2 = 26
deliveries2 = 14,496
wickets2 = 337
bowl avg2 = 30.89
fivefor2 = 2
tenfor2 = n/a
best bowling2 = 6/12
catches/stumpings2 = 85/–
column3 = FC
matches3 = 242
runs3 = 5,522
bat avg3 = 21.65
100s/50s3 = 7/17
top score3 = 154*
deliveries3 = 66,340
wickets3 = 1,133
bowl avg3 = 25.64
fivefor3 = 72
tenfor3 = 19
best bowling3 = 10/74
catches/stumpings3 = 119/–
column4 = LA
matches4 = 380
runs4 = 1,456
bat avg4 = 11.20
100s/50s4 = 0/0
top score4 = 30*
deliveries4 = 20,247
wickets4 = 514
bowl avg4 = 27.58
fivefor4 = 3
tenfor4 = n/a
best bowling4 = 6/12
catches/stumpings4 = 122/–
date = 11 October
year = 2008
source = http://www.cricketarchive.com/Archive/Players/1/1972/1972.html CricketArchive

Anil Kumble ( _kn. ಅನಿಲ್ ಕುಂಬ್ಳೆ) audio|Anil_Kumble.ogg|pronunciation (born 17 October 1970 in Bangalore, Karnataka) is an Indian cricketer. He is a right-arm leg spin (legbreak googly) bowler and a right-hand batsman. He is currently the leading wicket-taker for India in both Test and One Day International matches. At present he is the third highest wicket-taker in Test cricket and one of only three bowlers to have taken more than 600 Test wickets. Kumble has had success bowling with other spinners, notably Venkatapathy Raju and Rajesh Chauhan in the 1990s and Harbhajan Singh since 2000.

Kumble was appointed the captain of the Indian Test cricket team on 8 November 2007 [ [http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/india/content/current/story/318897.html Cricinfo - Kumble to captain in Test series against Pakistan ] ] . His first assignment as captain was the three-test home series against Pakistan that India won 1-0. Then he led the Indian Test team on its tour to Australia for the 2007-08 four-test series of The Border-Gavaskar Trophy that India lost 1-2. Kumble succeeds his state team mate Rahul Dravid, who resigned as the captain in September 2007 [http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/indvpak/content/story/310880.html] . Since his debut in international cricket in 25 April 1990, he has taken over 600 Test wickets and 330 ODI wickets. Although often criticized as not a big turner of the ballcite web|url=http://in.rediff.com/cricket/2006/mar/11deep.htm|title= A high five for Kumble's 500|work=Deepti Patavardhan|publisher=Rediff.com|accessdate=2007-08-09] , Kumble is the second highest wicket taker among leg spinners in Test cricket behind leg spinner Shane Warne of Australia and the third of all bowlers after Warne and off spinner Muttiah Muralitharan of Sri Lanka and has claimed over 600 Test wickets. He is one of only two bowlers in the history of cricket to have taken all 10 wickets in a test innings, the other being Jim Laker of England.cite web|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/cricket/other_international/4061169.stm|title= Kumble reaps reward for commitment|work=Ayanjit Sen|publisher=BBC|accessdate=2007-08-09] Kumble is currently ranked the 7th best bowler in Tests by the International Cricket Councilcite web|url=http://content-www.cricinfo.com/ci-icc/content/story/321388.html|title=Lee and Steyn among top five Test bowlers|work=Cricinfo staff|publisher=Cricinfo|accessdate=2007-12-13] . He was awarded the Padma Shri, one of India's highest civilian honours, by the Government of India in 2005.

Personal life

Anil Kumble was born in Bangalore, Karnataka to KN Krishna Swamy and Saroja.cite web|url=http://www.rediff.com/sports/1999/feb/15c.htm|title= 10 wickets -- and phone overload|work=MD Ritti|publisher=Rediff.com|accessdate=2007-08-09] His family, of Kannadiga origin, takes its name from Kumble village situated in the Kasaragod district of Kerala, close to the Karnataka border: his paternal great grandfather hailed from this village while his maternal family hails from Karnataka. He is married to Chethana Ramatheertha.cite web
title = Srinath, Kumble bowl over maidens
publisher = Rediff
author = Riti, M D
url = http://www.rediff.com/sports/1999/jul/01wed.htm
accessdate = 2007-03-28
] Anil has 3 children - daughter Aaruni (from Chethana's previous marriage), son Mayas and the youngest Svasti (daughter) [ [http://www.rediff.com/cricket/2004/apr/02kumble.htm Victory treat: Kumble gets a son ] ] [ http://content-www.cricinfo.com/india/content/image/288041.html. ]

Kumble began playing cricket on streets of Bangalore and joined a club called "Young Cricketers" when he was 13 years old. Kumble did his primary schooling at Holy Saint English School and his high schooling at National High School, Basavanagudi. He got his Pre-University College education from National College, Basavanagudi. Kumble graduated from Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering in 1991-92. Anil's studious dispensation is not without a basis in fact. Prior to his selection for the England tour, he did exceedingly well in his academics passing mechanical engineering with distinction in the top of his class. Anil was dedicated enough to be promoted at the end of each year to the next grade. Two of his college team mates, M.P. Vivek and Rashid Mohsin went on to have scintillating but short lived first class careers. Kumble has a brother by name "Dinesh". He has a nickname "Jumbo" not only because his deliveries, for a spinner, are "as fast as a Jumbo jet"., but also because his feet are quite big or "Jumbo" as observed by his team-mates.

Career

Kumble is a right-arm leg spinner with an unorthodox style, most famous for his flipper. He started his career as a medium pacer, which has given him a useful faster delivery. He relies more on accuracy, variations and bounce than spinning the ball.cite web|url=http://www.tribuneindia.com/2007/20070407/saturday/main1.htm|title= Jumbo spinner|work=Abhijit Chatterjee|publisher=The Tribune|accessdate=2007-08-09] His unique bowling style can be attributed to matting pitches in Bangalore which assist top-spin and over-spin.cite web|url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/main.jhtml?xml=/sport/2007/08/12/sckumb112.xml|title=Persistent Anil Kumble's rich harvest|work=Scyld Berry|publisher=Telegraph|accessdate=2007-08-13]

He made his first-class debut for Karnataka against Hyderabad in November 1989, taking 4 wickets and bagging a pair. He was selected for India Under-19s against Pakistan Under-19s, scoring 113 in the first test and 76 in the second. He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka at Sharjah in the Australasia Cup on 25 April 1990. He also made his Test debut in that year on India's tour of England in the second Test. It was when India toured South Africa in 1992 that he established himself as a quality international spinner, taking 8 wickets in the second Test. Later that year, when England toured India, he took 21 wickets in just 3 Test matches at an average of 19.8.

He took his first 50 Test wickets in just 10 Test matches, the fastest an Indian bowler had achieved the milestone. He went on to become the second fastest Indian bowler to reach 100 Test wickets (in 21 Test matches), after Erapalli Prasanna. On 27 November 1993, he took 6 wickets for 12 runs in an ODI against the West Indies at Calcutta, a new record for best bowling figures by an Indian, one that has remains unbeaten till date.

His performance in ODI cricket peaked in 1996, the year in which the World Cup was held in Asia, when he took 61 ODI wickets at an average of 20.24 and an economy rate of 4.06.

Kumble is one of only two bowlers ever (the other being Jim Laker) to have taken all 10 wickets in a Test innings. Kumble achieved this against Pakistan in the second Test played in Delhi between 4 February and 8 February 1999, although by failing to dismiss Pakistan's Waqar Younis in either innings, he missed out on the achievement of dismissing all 11 batsmen in a Test match. It has been said that once he had got 9 wickets his friend and teammate Javagal Srinath tried not to take a wicket so that Kumble could take the 10th.Fact|date=April 2008 The achievement was commemorated by naming a traffic circle in Bangalore after him.

On 6 October 2004, Kumble became only the third spinner in the history of Test cricket (after Shane Warne and Muttiah Muralitharan) and the second Indian bowler (after Kapil Dev) to capture 400 Test wickets. Reaching the mark took him 30 fewer Test matches than it took Kapil Dev, and 7 fewer than Warne. He is one of only 2 Indian bowlers (the other being Javagal Srinath) and one of only 3 spinners (the others being Muralitharan and Sanath Jayasuriya) to have taken over 300 ODI wickets. In the India-West Indies series of 2006, Kumble took 6-78 in the second innings of the final Test in Sabina Park, Jamaica, and bowled India to a historic series victory; it had been 35 years since a similar series victory. During the first innings of the match, Kumble scored 45 and became the second player in the history of the game (after Warne) to score 2000 runs and take over 500 Test wickets.

On 10 December 2004, Kumble became India's highest wicket taker when he trapped Mohammad Rafique of Bangladesh to surpass Kapil Dev's haul of 434 wickets. On 11 March 2006, he took his 500th Test wicket. On June 11 2006, Kumble passed Courtney Walsh on 520 Test wickets to take 4th place. After returning to India from the 2007 Cricket World Cup, he announced his retirement from ODI Cricket on 30 March 2007. cite web
title = India's highest wicket-taker calls time on ODIs
publisher = Daily News & Analysis
url = http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=1087501
accessdate = 2007-03-28
]

On 10 August 2007, Kumble scored his maiden century, with an innings of 110 not out against England to help them finish with 664. He took 118 Test matches to reach his maiden Test hundred, which is a record, beating Chaminda Vaas who had held this record previously with 96 Tests. It was also the only hundred by an Indian in the 3 Test series.cite web|url=http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/main.jhtml?xml=/sport/2007/08/10/uctest110.xml|title=Anil Kumble makes England suffer|work=Andy Hooper and agencies|publisher=The Telegraph|accessdate=2007-08-10] He is the only Test cricketer to have taken all ten wickets in an innings and score a Test hundred in his career. A day after scoring his ton, Kumble dismissed Vaughn for his 900th International wicket and 563rd Test wicket, drawing him level with Glenn McGrath. Later he trapped Monty Panesar for an LBW to finish the innings and overtake McGrath in the list of all time wicket takers, only Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne have more wickets.

Anil Kumble is perhaps India's best current spinner in a side which is beginning once again to consider fast bowling a viable attacking option.

He is one of the 4 bowlers, alongside Richard Hadlee, Shane Warne and Muttiah Muralitharan, and the only Indian bowler ever, to have taken 5 wickets in a Test innings more than 30 times. He also holds the world record for the largest number of caught-and-bowled dismissals in tests, 28. His ODI bowling average, which is above 30, is considered high compared to other great bowlers, and he is known to be a much better bowler in India than elsewhere. He is also one of 4 Indian bowlers to have conceded over 250 runs in a Test match, although he took 12 wickets in that match. He is known for bowling tirelessly, having bowled 72 overs in a Test innings once. He is also remembered for his tenacity in bowling even when injured, especially after an incident in a match against West Indies where, despite having his broken jaw being heavily taped, he came back to prise out the wicket of Brian Lara.

His Test batting average is acceptable for a lower order batsmen; however, his unconvincing running in ODIs, giving him a fairly ordinary average of around 10, has prevented him from becoming an all-rounder. His fielding is considered adequate and he usually fields on the boundary or at gully.

On 17 January 2008, in the third Test against Australia at WACA, Perth, Anil Kumble became the first Indian bowler and the third in the world to reach the milestone of 600 Test wickets. Kumble achieved the record just after the tea break when he had Andrew Symonds caught by Rahul Dravid at first slip. In a friendly gesture, Adam Gilchrist shook hands with Kumble and congratulated him. Kumble would go on to lead India to its first Test victory in Perth and deny Australia a record of 17 consecutive test victories. Kumble's 600 wickets came in 124 matches at an average of 28.68. Kumble has captured most number of wickets against Australia by an Indian bowler. He has taken 104 Australian scalps in 17 matches at an average of 27.5.

Kumble is the third bowler after Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne to take 600 Test wickets. Paying tribute to Kumble on reaching this milestone, cricket analysts have provided some interesting insights to his bowling skills, specifically vis-a-vis Warne and Muralitharan. Sambit Bal, the editor of "Cricinfo", writes: cite web|url=http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/magazine/content/story/331598.html
title= The master of nuances|work=Sambit Bal|publisher=Cricinfo Magazine, January 17, 2008|accessdate=2008-01-20
]

"That he [Kumble] has been an unusual spinner has been said many times before. It has also been said, a trifle unfairly, that he is a unidimensional bowler. Palpably, he has lacked the turn of Warne and Murali, but his variety has been subtler, far more apparent to batsmen than to viewers. He has shown that not only turn and flight that can deceive the batsman but also the changes of length and pace. He has been a cultured practitioner of his unique craft and a master of nuances."

Columnist and former cricketer Peter Roebuck interestingly argues that in a bowling method that relies more on precision rather than big turns, Kumble is closer to fast bowler Glenn McGrath rather than his fellow spinners Warne and Muralitharan: cite web|url=http://www.smh.com.au/news/cricket/one-of-the-games-greats-finally-being-recognised/2008/01/19/1200620273098.html|title= One of the game's greats finally being recognised|work=Peter Roebuck|publisher=The Sydney Morning Herald, January 20, 2008|accessdate=2008-01-20]

"Curiously, Kumble has little in common with his two great contemporaries, Shane Warne and Muttiah Muralitharan. They relied on excess, spinning the ball ferociously and able, by sleight of hand, to fool batsmen into playing at thin air. They created error by destroying hope.

Kumble more closely resembles Glenn McGrath because he does not so much baffle batsmen as torture them with precisely-pitched deliveries. Like the Australian, he does not tear opponents apart, just works away methodically till the deed has been done. Apparently he is an engineer, but he belongs in the courts of law as an inquisitor."

During the 4th test against Australia at the Adelaide Oval on 25 January 2008, Kumble was only 13 runs short of his 2nd test hundred by scoring 87 runs off 205 balls, with 9 fours in India's first innings of 526. Only Sachin Tendulkar scored more than him, with a masterful 153 runs off 205 balls.

Awards and honours

*Arjuna award, a sports award from the Government of India, in 1995cite web
title = Arjuna awardees - Cricket
publisher = Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, India
url = http://yas.nic.in/yasroot/awards/arjuna.htm#Cricket
accessdate = 2007-03-28
]
* One of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year, in 1996
* Among the 16 cricketers shortlisted for the Wisden Indian Cricketer of the 20th Century, in 2002cite web
title = 16 cricketers shortlisted
publisher = The Tribune, Chandigarh
url = http://www.tribuneindia.com/2002/20020516/sports.htm#4
accessdate = 2007-03-28
] (Kapil Dev won)
* Padma Shri, a civilian award from the Government of India, in 2005
* A prominent intersection in M. G. Road, Bangalore has been named after Anil Kumble.

Man of the Series awards

4 Awards in Test cricket

:

Test wicket milestones

*1st: Allan Lamb (England)
*50th: David Houghton (Zimbabwe)
*100th: Martin Crowe (New Zealand)
*150th: Sherwin Campbell (West Indies)
*200th: Pommie Mbangwa (Zimbabwe)
*250th: Dion Nash (New Zealand)
*300th: Matthew Hoggard (England)
*350th: Jacob Oram (New Zealand)
*400th: Darren Lehmann (Australia)
*450th: Mohammad Sami (Pakistan)
*500th. Stephen Harmison (England)
*550th: Khaled Mashud (Bangladesh)
*600th: Andrew Symonds (Australia)

Endorsements

* Manipal Educationcite web
title = Kumble to endorse brand Manipal
publisher = Deccan Herald, Wednesday, November 21, 2007
author =
url = http://www.deccanherald.com/Content/Nov212007/sports2007112136979.asp?section=updatenews
accessdate = 2007-11-21
]
* ING Vysyacite web
title = Kumble spins magic for brand value
publisher = Economic Times, Wednesday, November 27, 2007
author =
url = http://publication.samachar.com/pub_article.php?id=742702&navname=Business%20&moreurl=http://publication.samachar.com/economictimes/business/business.php&homeurl=http://business.samachar.com
accessdate = 2007-12-27
]

External links

*cricinfo|ref=db/PLAYERS/IND/K/KUMBLE_A_06001973/
* [http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3471412105570621556&q=kumble+10+wickets 10 wicket haul for Kumble at Google Video]
* [http://www.rediff.com/sports/1999/feb/07score.htm The Score board of the second Test in Delhi - the ten wicket haul for Kumble]
* [http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/ci/content/story/142218.html India's greatest bowler] - Cricinfo.com article dated 6 October 2004
* [http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/ci/content/records/93276.html Most wickets in Test cricket] Cricinfo.com (updated after each match)
* [http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/ci/content/records/283354.html Most 5 wickets in an innings in Test matches] - Cricinfo.com (updated after each match)
* [http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/ci/content/records/283193.html Most wickets in ODI cricket] - Cricinfo.com (updated after each match)

References

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