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I treat every Test as my last, says Hanuma Vihari

The 25-year-old Andhra batsman emerged as the top run-getter with 291 runs in India's 2-0 series win over the West Indies and vindicated the team management's decision to have him instead of the more stylish Rohit Sharma in the playing XI.

Watch: Ravi Shastri's advice on stance helped my batting: Hanuma Vihari

In his first year in international cricket, Hanuma Vihari has played six Tests. In between, he seems to have lost a bit of hair, got married and also scored 6000-plus first class runs while being just 25 years of age.

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Mother's pride: A ton of joy for Hanuma Vihari and family

As Vihari continued to amass runs on the domestic circuit, the success didn't alter his personality.

India vs West Indies 2nd Test: Hanuma Vihari dedicates maiden ton to late father

Hanuma Vihari dedicated his maiden Test ton to his late father, keeping a promise he made to himself right after he lost one of his favourites 13 years ago.

Hanuma Vihari: A chip off Laxman-Dravid block

When teens of his age were happy scoring 50s in U-14 matches, he was churning out 250s, when teens of his age were content facing 100 balls in the nets, he would be satisfied only if he had faced a minimum of 1,000.

Jasprit Bumrah's hat-trick, Hanuma Vihari's maiden ton take India to commanding position in 2nd Test

Jasprit Bumrah (6/16) became only the third Indian to scalp a hat-trick in five-day cricket after Hanuma Vihari scored a maiden ton to take the visitors to a commanding position in the second Test against the West Indies on Day 2.

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Hanuma Vihari keen to develop off-spin to fit into team as fifth bowling option

Hanuma Vihari missed out on his maiden hundred by only seven runs but wasn't disappointed considering that his contribution in the team's victory was a significant one.

India vs West Indies: From Mayank Agarwal to Rohit Sharma, five Indian players to watch out for in this Test series

The number one Test side led by Virat Kohli now have an added incentive to not just top the rankings but to win the Test Championship. India have not lost a single match on the tour.

Against West Indies A, Ajinkya Rahane squanders start while Hanuma Vihari pushes his case

While these two outings might not turn out to be definitive in deciding between them, the figures could be factored in. Vihari’s read 37 and 64. Rahane’s 1 and 54.

IPL 2019: Hanuma Vihari promised himself not to chase the Indian Premier League

Hanuma Vihari returns to IPL after a three year gap with Delhi Capitals acquiring his services in the auction for Rs 2 crore. He earlier represented Sunrisers Hyderabad and scored 280 runs in 22 matches.

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