Blind Cricket World Cup: Indian skipper Ajay Kumar Reddy dedicates win over Pakistan
In the Blind cricket, Guntur district Ajaykumar Reddy Leading the team as captain, he provides rare achievements. Last year, Ajay Kumar Reddy’s team won the World Twenty20 World Cup, this time also the One Day World Cup.
Defending champions India beat Pakistan by two wickets in the final of the 5th ODI Blind Cricket World Cup at the Sharjah Stadium on Saturday and skipper Ajay Kumar Reddy dedicated the team’s win to the Armed forces after chasing down a tricky target of 308 runs in the title decider.
Ajay Kumar Reddy was born on June 3, 1990. Parents are agricultural laborers. At the age of four, Ajay Kumar lost his right eye and left eye partially damaged. Yet he was educated at the school of blindness. Interestingly persistently pursuing cricket, grown up to step by step.
He led the blind T-20 team in 2017 and played a key role in the Indian team’s victory. He has once again achieved the One Day World Cup. Currently Ajay Kumar Reddy is SBI Deputy Manager at Guntur.