Indian cricketer lost daughter in car accident, now fighting with death himself


New Delhi. Former Indian wicketkeeper Vijay Yadav is currently fighting a battle for life and death. His kidney is completely damaged. 55-year-old Vijay played 19 ODIs and 1 Test for India. Right now he is completely dependent on dialysis and he needs a kidney transplant to recover. Meanwhile, the Indian Cricketers’ Association is trying to raise funds for his treatment. This former Indian cricketer has already suffered a heart attack twice.

Vijay Yadav made his ODI debut in 1992 against South Africa. However, he did not get a chance to bat in the first international match. He played the only Test against Zimbabwe in March 1993. India won that Test by an innings and 13 runs. In the first innings of this match, Vijay scored 30 runs and also did 2 stumpings with a match. However, after that he did not get a chance to play Test. Vijay’s international career lasted only two years. He played 19 ODIs for India between 1992 and 1994. Vijay scored 118 runs in 19 ODIs.

Vijay Yadav’s strong record in first class
Vijay Yadav has played domestic cricket for Haryana with former India captain Kapil Dev. In 1991, Haryana won the Ranji Trophy. Then he was an important member of the Haryana team. His first class record has been excellent. He scored 3988 runs in 89 matches at an average of 36.25. During this, this wicket-keeper batsman had scored 7 centuries and 23 half-centuries.

He was also the coach of India A.
Vijay was in the coaching staff of the India A team in 2017 along with Rahul Dravid. Vijay was then the fielding coach of the team. He also went on many country tours with India-A.

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daughter was lost in car accident
Apart from cricket, Vijay Yadav did not get the support of luck in his personal life as well. He narrowly escaped in a car accident in Faridabad many years ago. But his daughter had died. After recovering from the grief of losing his daughter, he returned to the cricket field again. But this time he returned to the role of coach, not a player. He has been running a cricket academy in Faridabad for a long time and fast bowler Mohit Sharma, who played for India and Chennai Super Kings, came out from here.

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