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Anil Kumble played test and one-day international cricket for his country's squad throughout the course of an 18-year international career. He is a former Indian cricket captain, coach, and commentator. He grabbed 619 wickets in Test matches, making him the fourth-highest wicket taker of all time as of 2022. He is widely recognised as one of the best leg spinners in the annals of Test cricket.
Anil Kumble became only the second player, after Jim Laker of England, to dismiss all ten batsmen in a Test innings in 1999 when playing against Pakistan. Kumble did not turn the ball much compared to his contemporaries; instead, he relied heavily on pace, bounce, and accuracy. He was referred to as Apple and Jumbo. In 1993 Indian Cricket named Kumble the Cricketer of the Year, and three years later he was named one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year.
Anil Kumble’s birthday is on 17 October 1970. Anil Kumble’s age is 52 years as of 2022. Anil Kumble’s birthplace is Bangalore, India. Anil Kumble’s zodiac sign is Libra. Anil Kumble’s height is 1.85m or 6’1” in inches. Anil Kumble’s religion is Hinduism. Anil Kumble does right-handed batting. Anil Kumble is a leg break bowler.
Anil Kumble, who was raised watching players like B. S. Chandrasekhar before becoming a professional cricketer, was born in Bangalore, Karnataka. At the age of 19, he made his First-class debut while playing for Karnataka. He was soon selected for the 1990 Austral-Asia Cup before playing his first Test match against England later that year. Since then, he has played for the Indian Test squad in more than 132 Test matches, and he helped India win a lot of those games.
Early in the 1990s, Anil Kumble joined the regular ODI squad and put on some of his greatest performances, including his six for 12 (six wickets for 12 runs) against the West Indies. He was chosen for the World Cup in 1996, and after playing in seven games and taking 15 wickets at an average of 18.73, he finished as the competition's most successful bowler.
In 2005, Anil Kumble received the Padma Shri, the fourth-highest civilian honour in India. He announced his retirement from international cricket in November 2008 after 18 years of competition. Kumble was chosen to lead the cricket committee of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in October 2012.
Anil Kumble served as the head coach for the Indian Premier League teams Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians from 2012 and 2015. He also served as the previous head coach of the Indian cricket team. He was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame in February 2015, being the fourth cricketer from India to do so. Kumble is the director of cricket operations and the head coach of the Punjab Kings at the moment.