World’s Largest Cricket Bat Of 56.1 Feet Unveiled In Hyderabad

World’s Largest Cricket Bat Of 56.1 Feet Unveiled In Hyderabad

Certified by Guinness World Records, the world's largest cricket bat, was unveiled in Hyderabad on Saturday by former Indian captain Mohammed Azharuddin. Unveiled on the eve of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup, Pernod Ricard dedicated the bat to the Indian team.

The bat, which is 56.1 feet long and weighs 9,000 kg has been gifted by Pernod Ricard India Ltd, to the government of Telangana, will be on display on Tank Bund till November 16 and will be later kept at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium at Uppal.

Made from poplar wood, the bat has been fabricated by BSL Events. It took almost a month to make it. The bat, made at a cost of Rs 70 lakh, has beaten the previous Guinness Record of 51 feet long bat made at Chennai.

Azharuddin is also the president of the Hyderabad Cricket Association.

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