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About Zaheer Khan

Zaheer Khan is an Indian cricketer. He is a left-arm pacer. Zaheer Khan plays in test, ODI and Twenty20 formats for the Indian National team.

Professional Biography


Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni praised Zaheer Khan saying that he is the Sachin Tendulkar of Indian bowling. On 22 September 2012, during the 2012 Twenty20 World Cup in Sri Lanka, Zaheer Khan said, "It's easier to go after a bowler when is not doing well. For me, Zaheer is the Sachin Tendulkar of the Indian bowling attack. He has been the leader of the bowling unit for a number of years now,"

Zaheer Khan in News

Inauguration of Indian Sports Academy - Cricket on 8th December 2015
Business Wire IndiaIndian Sports Academy – Cricket (ISA Cricket) was inaugurated on Tuesday 8th December 2015 at Wilson College Gymkhana, Marine Drive, Mumbai by the hands of India’s finest cricket celebrities Zaheer Khan, Ajit Agarkar, Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane. It was inaugurated with a night match of Ranji Trophy players and few Indian Team Players

Cricket Stars Call Chakan Hotel Home During India in Pune
The Indian Premier League's (IPL) 8th season is underway, and as the excitement builds to see who will come out on top, teams are playing matches across the country. During the Pune leg of the tournament, the Kings XI Punjabi, as well as visiting teams the Rajasthan Royals, Delhi Daredevils and Kolkata Knightriders, made their home at the Courtyard Pune Chakan.

Sher Singh Launches Revolutionary User Interface
Sher Singh, India’s first brand bringing the Classic Cricket Lifestyle to a global audience, unveils a new look for their website. After the social networking sites like Pinterest, Facebook, and more recently Instagram and Medium, Sher Singh too has innovated to optimize the user's experience all from the homepage

BEASPORT- Each Click makes a Difference, India's first Global lifestyle brand along with India's leading NGO Magic Bus have launched a unique social media program called #BEASPORT. The campaign aims at keeping India’s most impoverished children in school by harnessing the support of Internet users around the world

Now Own Part of your Favourite Cricketing Star on Tata Sky
In a country where cricket is nothing short of a religion, Tata Sky in association with Universal Collectabillia Private Limited (UCPL) is auctioning four exclusive and unique cricketing memorabilia autographed by India’s top and favourite cricketers namely Sachin Tendulkar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Zaheer Khan and Yuvraj Singh on its power on channel “Channel 100”

Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh makes comeback to Indian squad
Indian squad for New Zealand tour selected

Yuvraj and Harbhajan named in probables for World Twenty20 Championships
Yuvraj Singh is making a comeback after recovering from a rare germ cell cancer, while Harbhajan Singh was dropped earlier for poor form

Tino Best hopes record-breaking innings at Edgbaston would mark 'rebirth' as international cricketer
West Indies' Tino Best is hoping that his record-breaking 95 against England on the fourth day of the third Test at Edgbaston would mark his rebirth as an international cricketer.

'Fire in Babylon' inspired Best to make highest Test score by a No. 11 batsman
'Fire in Babylon' inspired West Indies tailender Tino Best to make the highest score by a number 11 batsman in Test history.

Oz pushes India to 4th position in Test rankings after Windies series win
Australia has pushed India to fourth place in the ICC Test championship table after winning the three-match series against the West Indies 2-0.

Defeated Indian cricketers return home from Australia
After completing a disastrous tour of Australia, the Indian cricket team, barring a couple of players, returned to India this morning.

Asia cup squad announced, Sehwag dropped, Kohli made vice captain
Mumbai, Feb 29: The Board of Committee for Cricket in India's (BCCI) selection committee on Wednesday announced the team for Asia Cup tournament to be played in Bangladesh from March 12, dropping opener Virender Sehwag's name from the squad and deputing the Vice captaincy of the team to Virat Kolhi.

Clarke says Oz deserves to be ODI favourites ahead of triangular series against India, Sri Lanka
Australian captain Michael Clarke has said his team deserves to be regarded as favourites, ahead of the triangular one-day series against Sri Lanka and India.

Australia send India on leather hunt in Adelaide Test
Skipper Michael Clarke and Ricky Ponting sent India on a leather hunt on day one of the fourth and final Test being played at the Adelaide Oval here on Tuesday, taking Australia to an imposing 335 for the loss of three wickets at the close.

Indians need new fast bowlers to rebuild reputation: Jones
Former Australian batsman Dean Jones believes that the Indian cricket team needs a fresh batch of fast bowlers if it wants to rebuild its reputation as world cricket's top side in all formats of the game.

India pounded by innings defeat in Perth, Oz wins series
The humiliation continued for India as Australia thrashed the visiting side by an innings and 37 runs on the third day of the match at the WACA ground in Perth on Sunday.

Australia in command of Perth Test
Day two of the third test match between India and Australia saw the hosts further tightening their hold over the game by first establishing a 208 first innings lead and then knocking over four Indian batsmen, including Sachin Tendulkar, in the second innings for just 88 runs.

Australia tighten noose on India on Day one of Perth Test
After bundling India out for 161, Australia's openers David Warner and Ed Cowan tightened the home team's noose around the visitors by scoring 149 for no loss on Friday, the first day of the third Test between India Australia at the WACA Ground here.

Ponting warns India that he is close to regaining best form
Australia batting veteran Ricky Ponting has warned India that he is close to regaining his best form.

Not worried by 'grinder' tag: Ponting
Not wasting a moment on Indian pacer Zaheer Khan's comment that Ricky Ponting is a Test grinder, the former skipper said he was comfortable with his game after his century at the SCG, and believed further riches were just around the corner.

Sharma ready to strike at Aussies in Perth
Indian fast bowler Zaheer Khan believes that fellow pacer Ishant Sharma will have a large impact on Perth Test against Australia, especially in the wake of him copping criticism for his middle finger salute to local fans at a go-karting venue.

'Humble' Tendulkar on verge of striking 100th international century
As veteran Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar gears to score his 100th century in international cricket, stalwarts have revealed significant insights about his personality.

Lee asks 'aggressive' Pattinson to use mouth as weapon against India
Brett Lee, who was known for shaking up tailenders with his bouncers in Tests, has asked Australia's latest pace sensation James Pattinson to continue his combative, intimidatory approach and not be deterred from using his mouth as a weapon against India.

Oz rookie Cowan urges ICC to make Decision Review System mandatory
Australian debutant Ed Cowan has called on the International Cricket Council to urge India to use Decision Review System (DRS).

Umesh takes three wickets to restrict Australia on 6/277 on day one
Indian pacer Umesh Yadav demonstrated his knack for speed and wickets with three wickets to restrict Australia on 6 for 277 on the first day of the Boxing Day test at Melbourne.

India, Oz aiming for good start in Test series
Both India and Australia are looking forward to a series win and will aim to gain a good start in the Boxing Day Test.

100th ton will relieve Tendulkar emotionally: Dhoni
India skipper MS Dhoni on Saturday said that batting legend Sachin Tendulkar's will be emotionally relieved when he scores his 100th century in Tests and one-day internationals.

India winning against Aussies hangs by an ankle ligament and a hamstring
For all the hype and hysteria surrounding the much vaunted Indian batting line up, the visitors lack bowling firepower going into the first of four Tests against Australia Down Under.

India's bowling attack will be weak if Zaheer, Ishant ruled out: McGrath
Australian pace legend Glenn McGrath has echoed former spin king Shane Warne's view that India would struggle if spearheads Zaheer Khan and Ishant Sharma are ruled out of the Boxing Day Test due to injury.

Oz batters will exploit weak Indian bowling: Warne
Former leg-spinner Shane Warne has said that Australia's batsmen will exploit a weak Indian bowling attack in the four-Test series starting in Melbourne on Boxing Day.

India, not Australia emerging punters favourite to nail Test series
Punters in Australia do not see the country's current cricket team as the favourites to beat India in the forthcoming four-Test series.

Vinay Kumar not worried about pressure of playing in Boxing Day Test
Vinay Kumar, who is expected to replace Ricky Ponting's nemesis Ishant Sharma if he is unfit, is not worried about the pressure of playing in the Boxing Day Test.

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