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Book Name: Imperfect By Sanjay Manjrekar
In this Book Imperfect By Sanjay Manjrekar, the author brings his famous analytic powers to look back at his own career as a cricketer. His photographic memory takes the reader along on his journey from the dusty maidans of Mumbai to the world stage as the diminutive batsman faces up to the fearsome Pakistani and West Indian pace attacks.
Imperfect By Sanjay Manjrekar
In his precise plain speak, Sanjay Manjrekar reflects on his father Vijay Manjrekar, and the effects of that legend on his game; on the lessons learnt from his opponents; and reveals his own excruciating obsession with batting technique, comments on the complex equations with the India greats with whom he shared the dressing room and the quest for perfection, and the battle to try to shake off his mental shackles.
This remarkable memoir sets a new standard for cricket writing in India, with significant life lessons for those who are not cricket fans as well.
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About the Author
Sanjay Manjrekar is a former Indian cricketer. He played international cricket for India from 1987 until 1996 as a right-handed middle order batsman. He scored just over two thousand runs in Test cricket at an average of 37.14. He played for India for nine years, scored all his Test centuries abroad, and was known as a very technically correct batsman. He occasionally played as wicket-keeper, and was known for his technically correct batting style. Following the conclusion of his cricket career, he now works as a successful cricket commentator. He chose to retire at the age of thirty-two. He represented India in two World Cups – 1992 and 1996 – and was a Ranji Trophy-winning captain for Mumbai. Today, he is a popular cricket pundit known for his sharp observations and cutting-edge analysis.