Born on 16th February 1978 in Mumbai; Wasim Jaffer is a right-handed opening batsman of India who occasionally shows his flair of right arm off-break bowling. Talking about domestic games, Wasim is the top-notch run scorer of the Ranji Trophy tournament.
Scored 11,000+ runs in his Ranji Trophy career till nowand became the first batsman of the tournament to do so.
With his 146th appearance in the Ranji Trophy tournament, Wasim became the most capped player in the history of the tournament, surpassing the record of Devendra Bundela (145).
Made a triple century in his first-class second match and scored 459 runs partnering with Sulakshan Kulkarni.
Scored five Test centuries including two double-centuries that he scored against the teams of Pakistan, South Africa, Bangladesh, West Indies and England. During his Test series against the West Indies in 2006; He scored 212 runs in over 500 minutes in the second innings that was recorded as the second highest by an Indian batsman in the Caribbean.
Performed for Ainsdale CC in the LDCC league season 2013 where he scored multiple centuries with an amazing strike rate of 97.93 and aided the team with an unbeaten 153
With his sheer performance in the third round of the Ranji Trophy season 2018-19; Wasim reached the 11,000 career run mark and became the first Ranji batsman to do so. He also emerged out as the leading run-scorer of Vidarbha team in the group stage matches of the same season with 763 runs. In the quarter-final of the tournament, he scored his 19,000th run of first-class cricket.
Born on 16th February 1979, Valentino Rossi is professional motorcycle racer from Italy who is regarded as one of the greatest in motorcyclist of all time. Rossi has won a total of 9 Grand Prix World Championships out of which 7 are of the premier class.
Won at the 1999 World Championships, with Aprilia Company in the 250 cc category, whichended in Argentina
Won in the 500 cc category at the 2001 World Championships, with Honda, which ended in Rio de Janerio, Brazil
Also dominated the 2002 and 2003 MotoGPWorld Championships, with Honda
Awarded the Winning Italy Award in 2010, by Italian foreign Minister Franco Frattini