Blind Cricket profile: D Venkateshwara Rao
D V Rao made his mark at state-level cricket early when he played his tournament in 2008 at Kurnool. He followed this with his first international tournament against Pakistan in 2011.
Rao became interested in blind cricket after watching his seniors in school play the game. He is a B2, or partially blind, category player who has won the Man of the Series award 15 times.
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