Ramnaresh Sarwan – remember him?

Ramnaresh Sarwan leaves it late - to grow some frigging eyebrowsRamnaresh Sarwan is a batsman who’s tended to do well when we’ve been looking the other way. Early in his career, he was mighty. After that he alternated between injured and mediocre. Now he’s having a bit of a resurgence.

Sarwan has an uncanny knack of not doing anything when he bats. He doesn’t maintain this state indefinitely, but it does last an abnormally long time. The ball gets to within an inch of him and you’ve still no clear idea as to whether he’s going to leave it or pan it to the boundary.

On the downside, he has a creepy lack of eyebrows. If we didn’t have eyebrows, we’d damn well make the effort to grow some.

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5 Appeals

  1. PLUS, he’s called Ramnaresh.

    That’s a name that needs to be savoured. Take your time and roll the Rs.

    Rrrraaaammmnaaarrresh.

  2. “Alright Mrs Sarwan. Is your Ramanresh playing out today?”

    Definitely passes the test.

  3. You don’t need to grow eyebrows. You can buy comedy specs with comedy eyebrows attached. I advocate a pair of those for Ramnaresh Sarwan.

    A pair for Sarwan next test. That’s my point made.

  4. Actually you remember him well it appears…you got all the important facts into the article.

    “Sarwan has an uncanny knack of not doing anything when he bats. He doesn’t maintain this state indefinitely, but it does last an abnormally long time. The ball gets to within an inch of him and you’ve still no clear idea as to whether he’s going to leave it or pan it to the boundary.”

    Spot on, but that’s how he leaves a team bleeding…

    Most players do well against India…Sarwan is one of them…so we remember him only too well.

  5. SARWA need to maintain .and bat good .and do well in every game .cause u know one thing .wen he loses.we loss.so do well.brov

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