""Virender Sehwag, who has been nicknamed, ""Nawab of Najafgarh” , “Sultan of Multan” and “Zen Master of Modern Cricket” , was the first to join Delhi Cricket Tim in 1997-1998. In 1998, he was selected for the North Zone Cricket Team for the Duleep Trophy, but he was named at the number 5 as a total running list, after which he was selected in the Under-19 team, which is in South Africa. Played against. One Day International (ODI) year 1999 This was the first biggest match for them against Pakistan, but they were bowled out for a single in which Shoaib Akhtar gave them a run out in LBW. He did not get a chance to play in the national team for almost twenty months due to poor bowling performance in this match. In 2001, when he scored 58 runs in 54 balls, playing the match against Australia in Bangalore, the first man of the match. Virender was included as a member of the national team.
In August 2001, Sehwag made his first fifty in a career in the tri-series against Sri Lanka and New Zealand. Played home series against England and Zimbabwe in 2002, scoring 84 runs, and scored a century in the second Test match. In 2003 he played the first home series which was against West Indies, in which he scored 145 and also scored a century for which he got the title of top score, with 147 against New Zealand in Mohali in 2003. In early 2004, he broke all previous records by scoring 309 runs against Pakistan in Multan (VVS Laxman had a record of 211 runs against Australia). And this was the twenty-first Test match, in which he had a six century. After this, he won the title of man of the match by scoring ninety runs in the next Test match in Lahore.
He was selected for ICC World XI in 2005, playing Australia in the Super Series, where he top-scored with 76 in the first innings. In 2006, the first Test match was played against Pakistan in Lahore, in which it broke all the records of the Test matches so far by forming four hundred and ten against Pakistan in partnership with Rahul Dravid. Due to poor performance in 2007, he was kept out of some sports for some time after which he continued to work hard. In 2008, he again made a comeback in the home series and played a good match against South Africa. At the Chidambaram Stadium, he scored 319 runs in the first Test, scoring 300 runs in 278 balls, becoming the first player in the world to score the fastest triple century in a Test match, on the third day of this match, he scored 257 runs, breaking the record of many years. Sehwag also scored a double century in one-day cricket against the West Indies at the Holkar Stadium in Indore on 8 December 2011, becoming the second batsman to achieve the feat after Tendulkar. At that time the score of 219 runs made by him in 149 balls was the biggest score of One Day International. However, later on, 13 November 2014, India's Indian Rohit Sharma broke the record by playing an innings of 264 runs in 173 balls. On 20 October 2015, Sehwag announced his retirement from all formats of cricket and IPL.