Robin Singh (India cricketer) Wife, Age, Height, Records and More
By Shalini Singh
Robin Singh (Former India Cricketer)
Rabindra Ramnarayan Singh or Robin Singh is a former Indian cricketer who played for India in 136 ODIs and a single Test between 1989 to 2001 as an all rounder for the Indian side. He has coached Mumbai Indians in the IPL and Barbados Tridents in Caribbean Premier League since 2013. He was the coach of Deccan Chargers in the first edition of the Indian Premier League. During his playing days, he was best known for his on-field agility and his fitness. He was born in Trinidad to an Indo-Trinidadian couple, but Robin Singh decided to travel to India in 1984 and he studied in Madras University. He played college-level cricket there and gradually decided to pursue it as a career. He played a crucial role for Tamil Nadu in Ranji Trophy, 1988 and helped them emerge victorious that season. The same year, he gave up his Trinidad and Tobago passport for becoming an Indian citizen and playing for the Indian national team.
Rabindra Ramnarayan Singh
Date of Birth:
September 14, 1963
Age (as on 2018):
Princes Town, Trinidad and Tobago
Zodiac sign/Sun sign:
Masters in Economics
7 October 1998 againsy Zimbabwe (only Test)
11 March 1989 against West Indies
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Career Turning Point
Ranji Trophy 1988
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Girlfriends, Spouse and Children
Awards and recognitions
Man of the match award against Sri Lanka where India won by 7 wickets.
Man of the match against Sri Lanka in 1999.
Lesser Known Facts
Robin Singh made his ODI debut for India against West Indies at Port of Spain in October 1989 but he could play just two games before being dropped. He had to wait for seven long years before his hard work paid off and he was a recall in the national side in 1996 Titan Cup against Australia. He then became a core part of India’s ODI side.
Robin Singh coached the Hong Kong national cricket team in 2004 and the team successfully made it to the Asia Cup. He has also served as the fielding coach for India from 2007 to 2009.
Robin Singh has also served as the coach of India A side.