C. S. Nayudu Age, Height, Weight, Bio & Family

C. S. Nayudu

C. S. Nayudu was an Indian cricketer who represented the Indian national side in eleven Tests between 1934 and 1952. He toured England in 1936 and 1946 and Australia in 1947-48. He played three of his eleven appearances at home. He made his Test debut at the age of 19 scoring 36 and a prolonged 15 to help India avoid defeat against England at Kolkata. He played for several teams in Ranji trophy competition and had a long and distinguished career which extended from 1931-32 to 1961-62. In 1941-42, he was the first to take 40 wickets in a Ranji trophy season claiming it in four matches for Baroda. He delivered a world record 917 balls in the 1944-45 final while playing for the Holkar team against Bombay. He was the younger brother of renowned cricketer C. K. Nayudu.

C. S. Nayudu

C. S. Nayudu Age, Height, Weight, Bio & Family

Biography
Born Name Cottari Subbanna Nayudu
Nickname N/A
Occupation Indian cricketer
Personal Life
Date of Birth 18 April 1914
Died 22 November 2002
Place of Birth Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Nationality Indian
Ethnicity Indian
Zodiac Sign Aries
Height & Weight
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in Pounds: N/A
Career Highlights
International Debut Test – 5 January 1934 vs England at Kolkata
Domestic/State Team Hindus, Holkar, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Baroda, Bengal, Central India, Central Provinces and Berar
Stats No. of Test played – 11
Runs scored: 147; Highest score: 36
Wickets: 2; Best bowling: 1 for 19
Education
Education Qualification N/A
School N/A
College N/A
Family
Father N/A
Mother N/A
Brother C. K. Nayudu (Elder)
Sister N/A
Children N/A
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Wife, Girlfriends & Affairs
Marital Status N/A
Wife/Spouse N/A
Girlfriends/Affairs N/A

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