Who was the first captain of the Indian test team? Quiz on Amazon Answer | First Indian Test captain name?

Who Was the First Indian Test Captain? Answer to Amazon Quiz

Who was the first Indian Test captain?

  • Vijay Hazare
  • C K Nayudu✅
  • Pankaj Roy
  • Sunil Gavaskar

C K Nayudu is the correct answer.

The first captain of the Indian Test team was C K Nayudu.

CK Nayudu

CK Nayudu (1932–1934), the first Indian Test captain, played three matches. Ajit Wadekar (1974), the first Indian ODI captain, played two matches.

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Who was CK Nayudu?

Cottari Kanakaiya Nayudu’s full name is Cottari Kanakaiya Nayudu.
Born- Nagpur, Maharashtra, October 31, 1895
On November 14, 1967, in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, he died.
India, Andhra Pradesh, Central India, Central Provinces, Berar, Hindus, Holkar, Hyderabad, and United Provinces are the major teams.
Batting Technique: Right-handed bat

About the Indian Test Cricket Team’s first captain

Nayudu is best known for leading the Indian cricket team in its first Test match, which was played against England at Lord’s in 1932. This match was supposed to be played under the captain of the Maharaja of Patiala, but due to health issues, he had to withdraw just two weeks before the match began, and Nayudu was named captain. In this match, despite injuring his hand while fielding in the first innings, Nayudu managed to score the highest total of 40 runs in the innings.

Nayudu also appeared in all 26 First Class Cricket matches during this tour, scoring 1,618 runs with a batting average of 40.45. Throughout the tour, he scored 1,842 runs and took 65 wickets.

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