Zaheer Khan a fellow cricketer of the Indian cricket squad from the year 2000. Zaheer Khan Biography includes information about the birth of the player and his journey of becoming a star cricket player of the country. He was born on October 7, 1978, in the small town of the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra state called Shrirampur. Zaheer Khan Career started in 2000 when he first came to Mumbai for his further studies and joined a Cricket club. Zaheer is acknowledged for both his bowling and batting abilities. He is a left hander bowler who is recognized to have the power to perform in both the directions and as a batsman he has register the highest runs in the Test series being in the number 11 position. Since the year 2000, Zaheer contributed as a fast bowler in the Indian cricket team, but after repeated physical hurts in the year 2003 and 2004 he was pressurized to opt out of the squad and later on made comeback for a year, he was dropped once again from the team of late in the year 2005. His warm act of play in the national level helped him to return in the squad as their heading rate bowler. Zaheer was picked out as the foremost inlet of the National Cricket Academy of Bangalore in the year 2000.
He appeared first time in the both the Test match opposed to Bangladesh played in Dhaka city and opposed to Kenya in the ODI cricket played in Nairobi at the ICC Knock Out Trophy tournament in the same year. He took more than 200 ODI wickets with a average rate of 26 runs for every wicket claiming 4 wickets each in a game six times i.e. four times opposed to Zimbabwe which enclosed total of 32 wickets with an average runs of 17.46 for every firing. Together with Indian skilled bowlers like Javagal Srinath and Ashish Nehra he assisted the country to reach the final match of the World Cup Cricket in the year 2003. In the World Cup 2003, Zaheer Khan stood in the fourth position of highest wicket taker in the competition by taking altogether 18 wickets in 11 matches played with an average of 20 runs for each wicket. In all Khan took more than 150 wickets in Test series with an average rate of only 33 runs for every wicket. During the year 2002-2003, Zaheer was at the highest stage of his Test cricket career. From the Starting of the tour in the year 2002 of West Indies to the last of the foremost match opposed to Australia played in Brisbane in the year December 2003, Zaheer got in all 54 wickets from total 16 matches played with an average rate of 30 runs per wicket.
His performance changed to downward state following the first Test match played opposed to Australia in the year 2003 in the Brisbane. After getting 5 wickets of the players which included leading 7 batsmen of the Australian cricket team in the beginning frame of the match i.e. 95 runs for 5 wickets, Zaheer hurt himself in the second frame of the match on the start of the tour. He was pushed to comeback home when he again got hurt in the middle of the Third match of the series in Melbourne, although absent from the second Test match played in Adelaide. Due to his injury, he was dropped from the Pakistan tour of the year 2004, in which India won its First Test Series. Zaheer withstands 11th position and a world record of the most prominent player in the Test match who acquired 75 runs in the match played between India and Bangladesh in the year 2004, in Dhaka. The partnership of Sachin Tendulkar and Zaheer Khan of 133 runs for the last wicket is a record in the Indian cricket history. His average rate in batting 19.46 is the highest batting rate in the ODI rating him in the tenth position. Zaheer Khan Career has gone through many ups and downs. Lately in the year 2005, when the fast bowlers Sreesanth and R.P.Singh made their entries in the international cricket becoming steady fellow member of the Indian cricket squad, it became hard for Zaheer to hold his place in the team of eleven members. He was reduced in rank from B-grade to C-grade agreement by the end of the year by the Indian Cricket Control Board. He made comeback in the year 2006 for the tournament in Pakistan where Indian team needed three left hand fast rate bowlers and faced trouble ignoring Pakistan team with a deficiency of diversity in the bowling approach. Zaheer created his name in the inland cricket representing Baroda only to be shifted in the year 2006-2007 to Mumbai.