ASSAD FUDADIN AT THE CRICKET HALL OF FAME RECEIVING WINNING STROKES BOOK
FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MICHAEL CHAMEBRS
ASSAD BADRYR FUDADIN: Former West Indies player.
BORN: August 01, 1985, Guyana
BATTING STYLE: Left hand Bat
BOWLING STYLE: Right arm Medium fast
PLAYING ROLE: Top order Batter
Assad Fudadin is a Guyanese left-hand middle-order batsman whose talent was identified early. He was picked for the West Indies Under-15s in 2000 and then spent a couple of years with the Guyana U-19 before going on to represent West Indies at the U-19 World Cup in 2004, where he made three half-centuries to help his side make the final. He soon established himself in the Guyana senior side and was their leading run-getter in the domestic first-class tournament in 2009-10. That effort earned him a spot on the West Indies A side which toured England in 2010 besides fetching him a developmental contract from the board.
He was called up to West Indies squad for the Test series against Australia in March 2012 and toured England in May of that year, being picked for his debut in the third Test at Edgbaston.