Former India opener Chetan Chauhan has died at the age of 73, a month after being diagnosed with Covid-19.
The right-hander played 40 Tests for his country between 1969 and 1981, mostly as the opening partner of India batting legend Sunil Gavaskar.
He made 2,084 Test runs, with a highest score of 97 against Australia in 1981.
After retirement, he held various positions with the Delhi and Districts Cricket Association, and also served as the India team manager.
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Chauhan also entered politics, twice being elected to the Lok Sabha, India’s lower house of parliament, and was a cabinet minister in his home state of Uttar Pradesh.
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