Ross Taylor is an international New Zealand cricketer. His full name is uteru Ross Poutoa Lote Taylor who plays all formats of cricket. Besides, he is a former national cricket team captain for all formats. Taylor has played IPL in Delhi Deredevils team.
He became the highest ODI century meke for the New Zealand on 22 February 2017. He has already 17 century cempeled for the national team. Taylor has highest A List score of 132* in the State Shield domestic one day cricket competition 2004-03 season. And his best score of 290 against Australia in Transtasman Trophy Test series in the year of 2015-16. He was captain the New Zealand U-19 team and then internationals. Taylor was played also Rajasthan Royals in the IPL.
Taylor is the hit hitter batsman of the new Zealand he scored his maiden one-day century in Napier, against Sri Lanka this innings included 6 sixes and 12 four on 28 December 2006. He scored his second century in the ODI career that was 117 agaisnt Australia on 18 February 2007.
Taylor has got best test match. His test scored second century in the career of 154* against England on May 2008 here included 17 four and 5 sixes.
Besides, his third century jin test cricket innings 151 runs off 204 balls. Taylor made his highest ODI cricket score 131* which is off 124 on 8 March 2011 against Pakistan it was ICC World Cup in 2011. Also, he played New Zealand making 127 runs in last 9 overs and finally, highest total score is 302 against Pakistan team.
taylor made his first test cricket debut 8 November 2017 against South Africa. And he made his first ODI cricket debut on 1 March 2006 against West Indies and also his first T20 International cricket debut on 22 December 2006 against New Zealand A.
In fact, his batting style is right-handed batsman and also bowling system Right-arm off-break. Basically, he is one of the most important cricketers of the New Zealand.
He was born on 8 March in 1984. Moreover, you will get here Taylor of batting and bowling average, height, age, personal life, girlfriends, wife and also more information.
In truth, he is a Top-order batsman of New Zealand cricket team. In this way, his batting average respectively tests cricket batting average 47.10 and T20I cricket batting average is 24.15 and also his ODI match batting average 43.57.
Ross Taylor Cricketer of career
Real name: Luteru Ross Poutoa Lote Taylor
Nickname: Tuisi, Pallekele Plunderer, Posco.
His playing teams: Victoria, Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel, Sussex, St Lucia Zouks, Bangalore, Royal Challengers Bangalore,
Rajasthan Royals, Pune Warriors, New Zealand U-19s, New Zealand Emerging Players, Durham, Delhi Daredevils, Central Districts Under-19s, Central Districts, Australian Capital Territory and New Zealand
First test debut: 8 November 2007 against South Africa team.
First ODI debut: 11 March 2006 against West Indies
And first T20I debut: 22 December 2006 against Sri Lanka team.
His Batting style: Right-handed
Bowling style: Right-arm off-break
Playing rule: Top-order Batsman
Ross Taylor Batting and bowling average
|Match Name||innings, match||Runs||Average|
|ODI series||innings-173, match-187||6338,||44.01|
|Test series||146, 81||6030||47.10|
|First Class||246, 146||9812||43.60|
|T20 I series||65, 73||1256||24.15|
Taylor age, height, and personal details
Full Name: Luteru Ross Poutoa Lote Taylor
Height in cm & m: 183cm and 1.83m
Height in feet inches: 6 feet 0 inches or 6’0”
Weight in kg: Not known
Hair color: Black
Eye color: Blunde
Date of birth: 4 March 1984
Ross Taylor age: 36 years, 1 month and 3 days
Birth Place: Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand
School or college life: Not known
Nationality: New Zealand
Taylor Family, wife and favorite things
Mother name: Not known
Father name: Neil Taylor
Brother name: Not known
Marital status: Married
Girlfriends name: Victoria Jayne Brown
Ross Taylor wife: Victoria Jayne Brown
Children: Jonty Taylor and Mackenzie Taylor
Favorite bowler and batsman: Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting, Lasith Malinga
Favourite Food: Fried Chicken
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