Ganguly isn't the first India cricket captain to try his hand at golf. Kapil Dev, among others, took to the sport after retirement and is a regular on the greens.
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A poor outing with the bat in the three-Test series in Sri Lanka saw the selectors lose patience with the left-hander.
Interestingly, Ganguly's run-aggregate since his comeback in December 2006, is the highest by any Indian batsman in Test matches during this period, whereas his run-aggregate in ODIs since his comeback is the fifth highest by any Indian batsman after Mahendra Singh Dhoni (1,884 runs in 58 matches @ 49.57), Tendulkar (1824 in 43 @ 46.76), Yuvraj Singh (1,763 in 55 @ 38.32) and Gautam Gambhir (1,578 in 44 @ 41.52).