Jason Holder is an international professional West Indies cricketer. His height is 6 feet 7 inches. Anyway, His first test cricket was playing on 26 June 2014 against Zimbabwe team and last test match has played 7 September 2017 against England.
Besides, his first ODI or One Day International cricket has played 1 February 2013 against Australia team.
He was selected the captain of the national team in ODI format by the West Indies Cricket Board selectors. Holder has played his team quarterfinals of the World Cup 2015 where they lost to New Zealand team. Besides, he scored 26 balls 42 runs in their last match in the quarter-final with New Zealand team.
In this system, Holder of batting style he is the right-handed batsman and bowling system right-arm medium-fast bowler in the team. Basically, he is one of the most effective and good captains in the ODI team of the West Indies. He was born on 5 November 1991.
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Anyway, the world of any user can get here Jason Holder of bowling average, height, IPL, personal life, girlfriends, wife, captaincy and also more information. In truth, he is an all-rounder of the West Indies cricket team.
ICC World Cup career
The team will play ICC World Cup 2019 cricket as an 8 numbers member of the World Cricket. He was named in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 teams on 30 May 2019. Jason was selected as a Captain in the World Cup 2019.
Anyway, his batting average respectively tests cricket batting average 28.89 and his ODI match batting average 25.34 also, his bowling average respectively tests cricket bowling average 36.61 and his ODI match bowling average 33.62.
In the ODI match against Sri Lanka team on 1 July 2019 he became the 1st captain of the West Indies team to take 100th wickets in ODI season. In the 2nd test against India team on 31 August 2019 cricketer Holder took his 100th wicket in the test cricket.
Jason Holder Cricketer of career
Real name: Jason Omar Holder
His playing teams: West Indies under-19s, West Indies A, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Sagicor High-Performance Centre,
Kolkata Knight Riders, Combined Campuses and Colleges, Chennai Super Kings, BCA President’s XI, Barbados Tridents, Barbados, and West Indies.
First test debut: 26 June 2014 against New Zealand
First ODI debut: 1 February 2013 against Australia team
And first T20I debut:15 January 2014 against New Zealand team
Holder Batting style: Right-handed
Bowling style: Right-arm medium-fast
Playing rule: All-rounder
Jason Holder IPL, age, height, and personal details
Height in cm & m: 201cm and 2.01m
Height in feet inches: 6 feet 7 inches or 6’7”
Weight in kg: 110 kg
Hair color: Black
Eye color: Black
Date of birth: 5 November 1991
Holder age: [showcurrentage month=”November” day=”5″ year=”1991″ template=”9″]
Birth Place: Barbados
School or college life: Not known
His house: Barbados
Holder Salary: Not known
Holder IPL: Chennai Super Kings, Sunrisers Hyderabad
Jason Holder wife, family and favorite things
Mother name: Denise Holder
Father name: Ronald Holder
Brother name: Codeman
And sister name: Not known
Marital status: Unmarried
Favorite bowler and batsman: Not known
His Girlfriends name: Christina
Children: Not known
Salary: Not known
Is he drinking Alcohol: Unknown
Smoke: Not known
Favorite games: Football and cricket
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