Blind Cricket profile: Rambir Singh
Rambir Singh is a B3 or partially sighted category player from Haryana. He plays cricket for India and is in college completing his graduation.
His introduction to blind cricket happened when he saw his seniors playing in the blind school where he studied.
He played his first match in 2006 in a school tournament. His first international tournament was the Asia Cup in 2016.
He has won Man of the Series award once and the Man of the Match award two times.
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