Indians love sports more than people of any other countries and you can see this in the streets of India. India has come forward in many diverse fields of sports in the Olympics and has been praised all over the world. The most common sports in India include cricket, soccer, field hockey, lawn tennis and chess. Sports are a part of human life and the stories related to sports are very important for those people who have started distancing themselves from sports. The phone, which is becoming an obstacle, can become a means of reducing the distance between you and sports and here we present you some best sports audiobooks in Hindi.
Cricket bowling is very much dominated by spin bowlers and this can be proved with the fact that the top 3 wicket takers in test cricket are spinners. From 1966, when Bishan Singh represented India for the first time, to the late 1970s, when he was nearing the end of his career, Indian cricket went through a spectacular spin revolution that changed cricket forever and people started to favour spin bowling.
The life of an Indian cricketer in the 1950s and 60s was not very easy. When Dileep played for India for the first time, he used to get Rs 250 per Test match. Once in 1956, when the five-day Test match was over, 50 rupees were deducted from his fees