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Full Name Vikram Solanki
Profession Cricket Player
Date of Birth April 1 , 1976
Current Age 47 years
Birth Country India
Nationality Indian citizen
Birth Sign Aries
Dead or Alive Alive ( 47 years old)

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Vikram Solanki is one of the famous Cricket Player, who was born on the memorable day of April 1 in the year 1976. Vikram Solanki is a proud citizen of India.

Right-handed batsman who made his domestic team debut in 1995 for Worcestershire. He played for Rajasthan from 2006 to 2007 and joined Surrey in 2013.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Vikram Solanki continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Vikram Solanki
Popular As: Vikram Solanki
First Name: Vikram
Last Name: Solanki
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 1
Birth Year: 1976
Age: 47-years
Education: The King's CE School, Wolverhampton


He was a youth superstar for Wolverhampton’s junior and senior clubs.

He became the 24th batsman in Worcestershire history to amass 10,000 runs for the county.


He was born in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. He was teammates with Kabir Ali with both Worcestershire and Rajasthan.

Vikram Solanki Timeline

He made his first-class debut for Worcestershire in 1995, although he had played one-day cricket for the county two seasons earlier.
In 1996 he was awarded the NBC Denis Compton Award.
Solanki was picked for two England A tours: to South Africa and Zimbabwe in 1998–99, and to Bangladesh and New Zealand in 1999–2000.
In 1999 he achieved a batting average of over 40, something he repeated in 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2006. 2006 was also the first season since 2000 in which he managed to top 1,000 first-class runs, making 1,252. .
He made two international hundreds, 106 off 108 balls against South Africa at The Oval in 2003 (when he shared an opening partnership of 200 with Marcus Trescothick), and exactly 100 off 93 balls versus Zimbabwe at Bulawayo in 2004/05.
He also captained Worcestershire from 2005 to 2010, before resigning mid-season.