Kane Williamson is an international professional New Zealander cricketer. His full or real name is Kane Stuart Williamson. In fact, he is the most powerful batsman of test cricket.
Instantly, 20 December 2016 he is the ranked fourth batsman in the test cricket team. Kane was the captain of the New Zealand U-19 team and played 2008 U-19 Cricket World cup.
Williamson has selected the New Zealand test cricket for India tour that was best to him. Afterward, On June 2014, Williamson scored the test match against West Indies of 161 runs.
He got the good perform the ODI cricket during that 100* off 69 balls against Zimbabwe team. Besides, he scored his first T10 hundred score 101* in 49 balls against Pape Cobras in Champions League Twenty20 on 19 September 2014.
His cricket career and news
He has got two men of the match award for his best performance in 2015 that is 69 runs and 242* against Sri Lanka. Logan is the twin brother of Williamson.
They are between always at several sports such as basketball, hockey field, including rugby and cricket. Anyway, his first test match was playing debut on 4 November 2010 against India team.
Then his first One Day International team or ODI team started on 10 August 2010 against India. And also, his first T20 International cricket debut 15 October 2011 against Zimbabwe team and then last T20I has played 17 February 2017 with South Africa.
In fact, his batting style is the Right-handed batsman and also bowling system Right-arm off-break. Basically, he is one of the most important cricketers of the New Zealand team. He was born on 8 August in 1990.
Moreover, you will get here Williamson of batting and bowling average, height, age, personal life, girlfriends, wife, wiki and also more informative. In truth, he is a batsman of the New Zealand cricket team.
Moreover, he is the captain of the New Zealand cricket team. In this way, his batting average respectively tests cricket batting average 51.16 and T20I cricket batting average is 58.29 and also his ODI match batting average of 45.90.
Williamson joined to play IPL auction 2019 by the paid of retained Rs. 3 crores (US$417,438.00).
He joined to play IPL 2020 by the paid of retained Rs. 3 crores (US$433,953.00) in the Sunrisers Hyderabad team.
Kane Williamson Cricketer of career
Real name: Kane Stuart Williamson
His playing teams: Yorkshire, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Northern Districts, New Zealand Under-19s, Gloucestershire 2nd XI, Gloucestershire, and New Zealand
First test debut: 4 November 2010 against India team
First ODI debut: 10 August 2010 against India cricket team
And first T20I debut: 15 October 2011 against Zimbabwe.
His Batting style: Right-handed batsman
Bowling style: Right-arm off-break
Playing rule: Batsman, captain
Kane Williamson Batting and bowling average
Here, has given Williamson of batting average details.
|Match Name||innings, match||Runs||Average|
|ODI series||innings-105, match-111||4361||45.90|
|Test series||110, 61||5116||51.16|
|First Class||212, 123||9516||48.80|
|T20 I series||37, 39||1125||36.29|
Williamson bowling average details have given.
|Match Name||innings, match||Balls||Runs||Average|
|ODI series||innings-58, match-111||1257||1156||35.03|
|Test series||57, 61||2025||1129||38.93|
|First Class||130, 123||6474||3634||42.75|
|T20 I series||11, 39||112||148||24.66|
Williamson age, height, and personal details
Full Name: Kane Stuart Williamson
Height in cm & m: 171cm and 1.71m
Height in feet inches: 5 feet 8 inches or 5’8”
Weight in kg: 66 kg
Hair color: Blonde
Eye color: Light blue
Date of birth: 8 August 1990
Williamson age: 27 years
Birth Place: Tauranga
School or college life: Tauranga Boy’s College, Tauranga, New Zealand
Nationality: New Zealander
Williamson Family, wife, and favorite things
Mother name: Sandra Williamson
Father name: Brett Williamson
Brother name: Logan Williamson
And sister name: three sisters (elder)
Marital status: Unmarried
Favorite bowler and batsman: Sachin Tendulkar, Shane Bond.
Girlfriends name: Sarah Raheem (Nurse)
His wife: NA.
Salary: Not known.
Kane Williamson IPL: Sunrisers Hyderabad
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