Vivek Razdan renowned for his commentary skill on the Hindi broadcast of India’s cricket matches. The soft-skill Hindi commentator represented India in the 1990’s.
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Razdan holds a very brief career in the game of cricket but is still one of the renowned names in field. After giving up on his international cricket, he played at domestic level before starting his new innings as a commentator.
A bowling all-rounder in his playing days, Razdan first captured the attention of the cricketing fraternity at the age of 20. Razdan cut through the paces in the MRF Pace Foundation.
After making an impact at a small sage, Razdan was chosen for the India tour of Pakistan in 1989. At the time of his debut, the Delhi-based youngster had an experience of just 2 first-class matches. His short but brief spell in the domestic circuit saw him represent India.
However, Razdan’s career was again a small stint as he represented India in just 2 Test matches and 3 ODIs. Altogether he scored 29 international runs with only 6 off those coming in the Test format. Interestingly Razdan ended with 5 wickets to give him the best wickets per run average in the history of the game.
After a relative short spell, Razdan would soon shift his attention to the side roles of cricket. He started his training camps in Delhi and would serve as a coach to young school teams.
His lucrative tongue with the Hindi language saw him earn a special distinction best commentator. Later Razdan was approached by various sports channels and radio channels that saw him start his career as Hindi commentator mainly for Ranji Trophy.
These days he is often seen touring with the Indian team and provide his excellent knowledge of cricket in Hindi.
Vivek Razdan is married to Vasundhara and the couple live in Delhi. There is no additional information on the happy pair, however they are often seen together.
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