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16 August 1974 |
Unity Village, Guyana
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Bowling style||Right-arm leg break|
|Relations||Tagenarine Chanderpaul (son)
Khemraj Chanderpaul (father)
Uma Chanderpaul (mother)
Lawrence Prittipaul (cousin)
|Test debut||17 March 1994 v England|
|Last Test||20 March 2013 v Zimbabwe|
|ODI debut||17 October 1994 v India|
|Last ODI||23 March 2011 v Pakistan|
|Domestic team information|
|2008||Royal Challengers Bangalore|
|2012–present||Khulna Royal Bengal|
Source: Cricinfo, 10 April 2013
Shivnarine Chanderpaul (born 16 August 1974 in Unity Village) is a Guayanese cricketer, and former captain of the West Indies cricket team. He is the first Indo-Caribbean to play 100 Tests for the West Indies and has captained them in 14 Tests and 16 One Day Internationals. Shivnarine Chanderpaul has the dubious distinction of playing in the greatest number of test matches (68) in which his team was on the losing side, even more than Brian Lara (63).
A West Indian cricketer of Indian origin, the left-handed Chanderpaul is known for his doggedness and ability to stick on the wicket for long hours. He is known in the cricketing world for his unorthodox front-on batting stance, although he shifts his body into a more conventional position when he plays the ball, thus making him a prolific scorer on both sides of the wicket. His stance allows him to get most of his runs behind the wicket. Chanderpaul is renowned for playing left arm spin bowlers by getting his pad outside the line of off-stump, and hiding his bat behind the pad, in imitation of a shot, but without the risk of edging the ball. Chanderpaul's first notable impact on Test cricket was as being the last batting partner of Brian Lara when Lara broke Gary Sobers' record of 365 not out in the fifth and final Test against England in 1993–94. Lara went on to make 375 before he was caught off Andrew Caddick's bowling, sharing a 219-run stand with Chanderpaul, who was left not out on 75.
Chanderpaul made his first Test century in his 19th Test match – after having scored 15 half-centuries in the preceding 18 matches. In the third of a five-Test series against India in 1996–97, he made 137* at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados. He also featured with his Guyanese counterpart, and former West Indian vice captain Ramnaresh Sarwan, making 104 in chasing a world record 418 to win in the fourth innings of the final Test match versus Australia in 2002–03.
Chanderpaul's best first class score is 303* versus Jamaica for Guyana, and, despite his reputation as a dogged batsman, he has also made the fourth fastest century in Test cricket, scoring three figures in just 69 balls at the Bourda, Guyana, also in the 2002–03 series against Australia.
|Chanderpaul's record as captain|
He was named captain of West Indies in the first Test versus South Africa in March 2005 in Guyana, after seven senior players including captain Brian Lara were dropped in a sponsorship row. He emulated Graham Dowling to become only the second player to make a double century on debut as a Test captain, scoring an unbeaten 200 and making a sporting declaration in the first Test. It was announced that Lara would return to the team for the second Test, but Chanderpaul would retain the captaincy for the rest of the series. He was named to the squad of twenty for the World XI to face Australia in the Super Test in October 2005, but when the squad was cut to fourteen names in August his name was not mentioned.
Chanderpaul remains one of the most recognisable faces in all of the West Indies, particularly his native Guyana, and he has come a long way from his first fifty in his first Test versus England in 1993–94 at Bourda to his current status as a former captain.
In April 2006, Chanderpaul resigned as West Indies captain in order to concentrate on his batting. He captained a weak West Indies team, and his record was not a successful one. In fourteen Tests he won one and lost ten with three draws. In sixteen One Day Internationals, he won two and lost fourteen. Later in the month the captaincy was restored to veteran batsman Brian Lara.
Chanderpaul has recently reached the milestone of 100 Test caps, the 8th West Indian to do so and the first of East Indian descent.
2007 Tour of England 
With the Lara era of West Indian cricket reaching a conclusion, Chanderpaul emerged as the West Indies senior batsman. In the 2007 West Indies tour of England, Chanderpaul averaged 148.66 with the bat. This included two undefeated centuries in the third and fourth Tests. His 116 not out in the third Test, almost won the game for the tourists, until wickets of tail-end batsmen began to fall quickly, leaving him stranded, as England completed a 60-run victory. During the third Test match Chanderpaul went past 7,000 runs in Test cricket, a feat only accomplished by six other West Indians: Brian Lara, Sir Vivian Richards, Sir Garfield Sobers, Desmond Haynes, Gordon Greenidge and Clive Lloyd. He was jointly named Man of the Series alongside England's Monty Panesar. Despite batting at number 5 in the Tests, he was promoted to number 3 in the following One Day International series.
His success saw him signed up by Durham for the second half of the 2007 English county season. For his efforts in England in 2007, and other batting performances, Chanderpaul was named a Wisden Cricketer of the Year 2008. Chanderpaul's efforts with the bat continue to win him many accolades as he was named ICC player of the year for 2008.
2008 Sri Lankan and Australian tours to the Caribbean 
In 2008 Chanderpaul continued in his form during the Sri Lankan and Australian tours of the Caribbean. During the 2008 season he rose to be ranked 5th in the Test batting rankings. By the end of the third test against Australia, Chanderpaul became the fourth West Indian batsman to accomplish 8,000 runs in Test cricket as well as rising in the ranks to 2nd of the ICC test rankings, just 4 points shy of becoming the world's number 1 ranked batsman. In the Test match series against the Australians, Chanderpaul had amassed 442 runs in 6 innings, in 3 of which he had remained not out, at an average of 147.33, including two centuries and three half-centuries. From the West Indies second innings in the first Test, he was not dismissed until the final day of the series – more than 1,000 minutes of batting without losing his wicket-the fourth time he has achieved this feat in Test cricket....
Chanderpaul holds a number of batting records, in particular:
- Chanderpaul is one of only six players to have gone 1,000 minutes in Test cricket without conceding his wicket. He has done this four times, and is the only player to have done so more than once.
- He is also the only batsman in the history of Test cricket to have faced 1,000 consecutive balls without getting out.
- He is the one of only four batsmen to have averaged more than 100 in two different calendar years (*qualification 400 runs) and the only one other than Sir Donald Bradman to do so in consecutive years.
- Chanderpaul has scored the fourth fastest Test Hundred off 69 balls in the history of the game against Australia at Georgetown, Guyana.
- He is currently the 2nd highest run scorer for the West Indies after Brian Lara, with over 10,000 test runs, having overtaken Viv Richards on 17 May 2009.
- He is one of only three players to score half-centuries in seven consecutive Test innings.
- He is the second West Indies batsman after Brian Lara (11,953 runs) to score 10,000 or more runs in test cricket.
- He is the most capped Test player of West Indian Cricket history as he has now stood in 140 Test Matches.
- Chanderpaul also holds one of the more esoteric Test match bowling records – the most wickets by a bowler (9) without taking 2 wickets in an innings.
International centuries 
- Player profile: Shivnarine Chanderpaul from ESPNcricinfo
- Shiv Chanderpaul Fan Site
- Chanderpaul's record innings puts Windies on top
- Interview from Yahoo!
- Chanderpaul resigns as captain from Cricinfo
- Chanderpaul signs up for Hong Kong Cricket Sixes
- S Rajesh (13 April 2012). "The best Test batsmen at home". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 14 April 2012.
- "List of Test losses". Cricinfo. Retrieved 25 November 2012.
- Wattley, Garth (26 April 2012), "Five of Chanderpaul's best", Cricinfo, retrieved 27 April 2012
- West Indies captains' playing record in Test matches, CricketArchive.com, retrieved 22 May 2012
- West Indies captains' playing record in ODI matches, CricketArchive.com, retrieved 22 May 2012
- West Indies captains' playing record in International Twenty20 matches, CricketArchive.com, retrieved 22 May 2012
- Walmsley, Keith (2003). Mosts Without in Test Cricket. Reading, England: Keith Walmsley Publishing Pty Ltd. p. 457. ISBN 0947540067..
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