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MUMBAI: Former Indian cricketer Vinod Kambli, who was admitted to Lilavati Hospital here after a heart attack on Friday, has been kept in the intensive care unit.
Doctors said his condition was stable and he was under constant observation.
Dr Narendra Trivedi, director at Lilavati Hospital, said, “We are monitoring his medical parameters. He is stable and there is nothing to worry about.’’
The 41-year-old cricketer was rushed to hospital when he complained of chest pain while driving his Pajero from Chembur to Bandra just before 10 am.
Sujata Patil, a woman inspector of traffic police, rushed him to hospital.
The crickter had undergone angioplasty for opening his two blocked arteries in July last year.
Kambli, who created a world record of 664-run partnership with Sachin Tendulkar in a school match, played 17 Test matches and 104 ODIs for India.
Along with Donald Bradman and Wally Hammond, he holds the record of two successive double centuries in Test cricket.