|Date of Birth||20 October, 1978|
|Age (as in 2022)||44 Years|
|Father Name||Krishan Kumar|
|Mother Name||Krishna Sehwag|
|Wife Name||Aarti Ahlawat|
Virender Sehwag is an ex-cricketer who hails from India and was born on October 20th, 1978. From 1999 to 2013, he was India’s representative. He was a member of the Delhi and Haryana teams in the competitions in India. Throughout his whole career as a player, he was known for his aggressive opening batsman style.
Considered by many to be one of the most destructive batters in the history of the game. Sehwag was an aggressive right-handed opening batsman who also bowled part-time right-arm off-spin. He bowled right-arm off-spin when he wasn’t batting.
In his first One-Day International (ODI), Sehwag was bowled leg before wicket by Shoaib Akhtar while playing against Pakistan in Mohali in April 1999. As a result of his ineffective bowling, he was responsible for the loss of 35 runs in just three overs. After that, he was absent from the national team for a period of twenty months. After that, it was not until the home series against Zimbabwe in December of 2000 that Sehwag returned to the field. When Sehwag scored 58 runs off 54 balls in the fourth one-day international match played against Australia in Bangalore in March 2001, he shot to fame. Because of his three wickets, India was victorious, and he was awarded the man-of-the-match trophy for the very first time. Around the middle of 2001, he embarked on a fruitless tour of Zimbabwe.
When Sehwag was promoted to start the tri-series against New Zealand in August of 2001 in Sri Lanka, he made his first appearance for his country in an international competition. Because the usual opener Sachin Tendulkar was unable to play due to a foot injury, he was allowed to start the innings. In the championship match against New Zealand, he reached his first century after hitting it off 69 balls.
Virender Sehwag Biography
Real name- Virender Sehwag
Father’s name- Krishan Sehwag
Mother’s name- Krishna Sehwag
Siblings- Manju Sehwag, Anju Sehwag, Vinod Sehwag
Wife- Aarti Ahlawat
Children- Aryavir and Vedant
Date of Birth- 20 October 1978
Age (in 2022)- 44
Place of Birth- Delhi
Weight- 63 kgs
In April of 2004, Sehwag wed Aarti Ahlawat in a ceremony held at Arun Jaitley’s apartment and held under heavy security. The ceremony was sponsored by Arun Jaitley, who was serving as India’s Union Law Minister at the time. The couple’s two sons are named Aryavir Aryavir, born on October 18th, 2007, and Vedant,
The song “Chala Jaata Hoon” by Kishore Kumar, which was featured in the Rajesh Khanna film Mere Jeevan Saathi, is Sehwag’s go-to selection for singing while he’s at the crease. Sehwag has made a name for himself by singing while he bats (1972).
In 2011, Sehwag established the Sehwag International School in Jhajjar, which is located in the state of Haryana, approximately 65 kilometers west of Delhi. The institution was initially established by his mother, and his father intended to make it a place where children could study, stay, train, and participate in athletics. After Sehwag scored his second triple century, the state government of Haryana presented him with a 23-acre plot of land, which he requested to use for the establishment of a school rather than an academy so that he could realize his father’s dream.   On the 21st of January 2017, Sehwag made an appearance as a guest on Indian Idol. During his appearance, he mentioned that 22 students from his school have represented their country or state in various sports over the course of the past two years.