Nawab of Pataudi

Full name:Mansur Ali Khan
Born:5th January 1941, Bhopal, Bhopal State (now Madhya Pradesh), India
Died:22nd September 2011, New Delhi, Capital Territory, India
Batting:Right-hand batter
Bowling:Right-arm medium pace
Biography:He was often known as 'Tiger' Pataudi. He succeeded his father as the ninth Nawab of Pataudi in January 1952. After the abolition of princely titles in India in 1971, he was generally known as MAK Pataudi.
Education:Winchester College; Balliol College, Oxford University
Relations:Father: Nawab of Pataudi; Nephew: SB Jung
Teams:India (Test: 1961/62-1974/75);
Sussex (Main FC: 1957-1970);
Oxford University (Main FC: 1960-1963);
Delhi (Main FC: 1960/61-1964/65);
Sussex (Main ListA: 1965-1970);
Hyderabad (Main FC: 1965/66-1975/76);
All teams
Indian Cricket Cricketer of the Year: 1962
Sussex cap: 1963
Arjuna Award: 1964
Sussex Captain: 1966
Padma Shri Award: 1967
Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1968
CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award: 2001
Lists of matches and more detailed statistics
Articles:Jayalalithaa was a fan of Tiger Pataudi : Sharmila Tagore
 Remembering Nawab Mansur Ali Khan -'Tiger' Pataudi

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Test Career Batting and Fielding (1961/62-1974/75)
MINORunsHSAve10050Ct
India468332793203*34.9161627
Test Career Bowling (1961/62-1974/75)
BallsMdnsRunsWktsBBAve5wI10wMSRateEcon
India13268811-1088.0000132.004.00

First-Class Career Batting and Fielding (1957-1975/76)
MINORunsHSAve10050Ct
Overall3104994115425203*33.673376208
First-Class Career Bowling (1957-1975/76)
BallsMdnsRunsWktsBBAve5wI10wMSRateEcon
Overall120449776101-077.6000120.403.86

List A Career Batting and Fielding (1965-1974/75)
MINORunsHSAve10050Ct
Overall7602105135.00014