Sunil Gavaskar

Personalized Autographed Picture of Mr. Sunil Gavaskar.

(An Indian Former Cricketer Who Played During The 1970s & 1980s For The Indian National Team. Widely Regarded As One of The Greatest Opening Batsmen in Cricket History, Gavaskar Set World Records During His Career For The Most Test Runs And Most Test Centuries Scored By Any Batsman. He Held The Record of 34 Test Centuries For Almost Two Decades Before It Was Broken By Sachin Tendulkar in December 2005).

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Matthew Hayden

Autographed Picture of Mr. Matthew Hayden.

(A Former Australian Cricketer. Matthew Hayden Was A Powerful And Aggressive Left-Handed Opening Batsman, Known For His Ability To Score Quickly At Both Test & One Day Levels. He Holds The Record For The Highest Score Made By An Australian Batsman In Tests-380.)

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Saina Nehwal

Autographed Picture of Ms. Saina Nehwal.

(A Professional Badminton Singles Player From India. Saina Nehwal, The Former World No. 1, Has Maintained Her World Ranking in The Top Ten Since 2009. She Has Won Over Twenty International Titles, Which Include Ten Superseries Titles.. She Has Represented India Three Times in The Olympics, Winning Bronze Medal in Her Second Appearance.)

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P. T. Usha

Autographed Picture of Ms. P. T. Usha.

(An Indian Track And Field Athlete From India. P. T. Usha Has Been Associated With Indian Athletics Since 1979. She Is Regarded As One of The Greatest Athletes India Has Ever Produced And is Often Called The “Queen of Indian Track And Field”.)

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Usain Bolt

Autographed Picture of Mr. Usain Bolt.

(A Jamaican Sprinter. Regarded As The Fastest Human Ever Timed, He Is The First Man To Hold Both The 100 Metres And 200 Metres World Records Since Fully Automatic Time Became Mandatory. He Is Widely Considered The Greatest Sprinter of All Time.)

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Dipa Karmakar

Autographed Picture of Ms. Dipa Karmakar.

(An Artistic Gymnast Who Represented India At The 2016 Summer Olympics. She is The First Indian Female Gymnast Ever To Compete in The Olympics And The First Indian Gymnast To Do So in 52 years. She Attained 4th Position in Women’s Vault Gymnastics Event of Rio Olympics 2016 With An Overall Score of 15.066.)

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