Varun Aaron is an international professional Indian National team bowler. His height is 5 feet 6 inches. He has played first test cricket of his life on 22 November 2011 with the West Indies team and last test match has played 13 August 2015 with South Africa team.
And his test team caps no 273. Besides, his first One Day International cricket or ODI has played 23 October 2011 with England as a beginner and cap number 192.
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In fact, his batting system is the right-handed batsman and also bowling style right-arm fast. He was born on 29 October in 1989.
Basically, his bowling average respectively tests cricket bowling average is 58.85 and his ODI match bowling average 38.09. Cricketer Aaron made his international came back after two years, on January 25 in 2014 having suffered a back injury.
He has played in Asia Cup 2014 where with Bangladesh team he bowled 7.5 overs off 74 runs for taking 1 wicket. Varun took 3 wickets for 106 runs in the third test cricket of his career.
He bought by the Kings XI Punjab for the Indian Premier League in September 2014. Also, he was playing in Kolkata Knight Riders from 2008 to 2010 seasons. Presently, Aaron is playing Kings XI Punjab team of IPL.
He has selected to play IPL 2019 in Rajasthan Royals team by the paid of 2.4 crores.
Varun Aaron Cricketer of career
Real name: Varun Raymond Aaron
His playing teams: Royal Challengers Bangalore, Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders, Delhi Daredevils, India Emerging Players, Jharkhand, Delhi, Centre of Excellence Australian and India
First test debut: 22 November 2011 against West Indies
Made first ODI team: 23 October 2011 against England team
And first T20I debut: Not known
Playing rule: bowler
His batting style: Right-handed batsman
Bowling style: Right-arm fast bowler
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From February 2020, all sports was off for Covid-19 but, in July some of the cricket team are playing in the field. Australia joined to play against England team after, raising Covid-19.