Balwinder Singh Sandhu pronunciation (help·info) (born August 3, 1956, Bombay) was an Indian Test cricketer. He represented India in eight Test matches as a medium pace bowler who could swing the ball and was a useful batsman. A late starter in cricket, Sandhu\s break came when he was spotted during a summer coaching camp by the former first class cricketer Yeshwant \Baba\ Sidhaye. Next year, he came under the influence of the famous coach Ramakant Achrekar and later the Ranji player Hemu Dalvi. Sandhu\s chance in first class cricket came in 1980-81 when Karsan Ghavri, the regular opening bowler for Bombay, was away with the national side. Sandhu did not play in the first two matches of the season but then his debut against Gujarat where he claimed nine wickets. He was not part of the side to play in the final against Delhi that season, but was included at the last moment when the
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