Ravi Ashwin guaranteed this player's fighting spirit by praising him on Twitter

Hanuma Vihari's left wrist got fractured, but still came down to bat as a left-handed batsman. Ravi Ashwin tweeted about his Fighting Spirit.

Abishek Goswami
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Hanuma Vihari is proving himself a Real Fighter again & again for his team. He fractured his left wrist on Day 1 of the Quarter Final of the Ranji Trophy against Madhya Pradesh. He can be seen batting with only one hand. Vihari is a Right-handed batsman. Avesh Khan's bouncer caused him an injury, So, He came to bat as a left-handed batsman on Day 2. Ravi Ashwin tweeted about Vihari & praises him for his immense dedication to the game.

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Hanuma Vihari against Madhya Pradesh

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Hanuma Vihari did this job once again against Australia in SCG, where he stood against the Australian pacers alongside Pujara & Ravi Ashwin. As a result, India drew that match and gave themselves a fighting chance at the Gabba where Rishabh Pant's heroics tilted the series in India's favor.

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Ravi Ashwin tweeted about the fighting mentality of Hanuma Vihari. he praises Hanuma Vihari by saying, "Vihari is a true fighter. I can guarantee it!

Andhra Pradesh didn't have a good start. Ricky Bhui & Karan Shinde changed the game completely after coming down to bat. They had a great partnership as Bhui & Karan both scored centuries. They tried their best to keep Hanuma Vihari off the field. Andhra were 323 for 2 at one stage. But soon after Bhui and Shinde fell, there was a disaster, and Andhra went from 328 for 4 to 353 for 9.

Vihari put on 26 runs in nearly ten overs with No. 9 Lalith Mohan as Andhra progressed to 379 for 9. They bowled out on that score first ball after lunch when Saransh Jain picked up Vihari lbw for 27.

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