|Born||3 September 1974|
|Bowling||Slow left-arm orthodox|
Source: Cricinfo, 4 February 2006
Rahul Sanghvi pronunciation (help·info) (born 3 September 1974 in Delhi) is an Indian cricketer, specialising in left arm orthodox spin. Being a person from delhi he played for delhi state team. He played one Test Match, which was the First Test between Australia and India in 2001, but was dropped after Australia claimed a 10 wicket victory. He played in 10 One Day Internationals. He has played first-class cricket for three teams: Delhi, North Zone and Railways.
In 1997–98 he set a world record when he took 8–15 for Delhi against Himachal Pradesh in a Ranji Trophy One Day match which later in 2019 Shahbaz Nadeem broke,a two-decade-old world record for best bowling figures in List A cricket, with an incredible haul of 8/10 against Rajasthan. In 2016 he was found violating the conflict of interest for performing his existing role at IPL while being a DDCA selector.
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