Steve Smith

Steve Smith Profile:

          Steven Peter Devereux Smith briefly Steve Smith (born two June 1989) is an Australian international cricketer and conjointly a former captain of the Australian national team. Mr. Steve Smith, son of Peter was born on two June 1989. He represents New South Wales in domestic/locality cricket. Mr. Smith has been compared to Mr. Donald Bradman due to his independently high score Test batting average.

Although he was initially/at-first selected for Australia’s cricket team as a right-arm well leg spinner, Mr. Smith later played in the first place as a batsman. After playing five matches from 2010 to 2011, he was brought back to the Australian team in 2013 and took over the captaincy/boss from Michael Clarke in late 2015, after which he, for the most part, batted at number 3 or 4.

List of Awards that Mr. Smith has won his life:-

  1. The Allan Border Medal for the best cricket player on the Australian team in the years 2015, 2018, and 2021.
  2. Test Player of the Year, in Australia: 2015 and 2018 years.
  3. One Day International Player of the Year, in Australia: 2015 and 2021  year.
  4. Test Player of the Year, in ICC: 2015 and 2017 years.
  5. ICC Men’s Test Player of the Decade(Decagon): 2011–2020 years
  6. ICC Cricketer of the Year (Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy) in the year 2015

He was nicked named Wisden as one of their best Cricketers of the Year in the 2016 Wisden Almanack(A book).

In the year 2014, Mr. Martin Crowe, a strong and with good skill New Zealand team’s batsman described Mr. Steve Smith as one of the young Fab Four of Test cricket along with Virat Kohl, Kane Williamson, and Joe Root. On 30 December 2017, he reached 947 ratings in a test match, the second-highest of all-time cricket, only behind Mr. Don Bradman’s 961 ratings.

In 2018 march month, Mr. Steve Smith was broadly censured for superintending ball-tampering in the 3rd Test match against the South Africa cricket team, during which he stood down from the team captainship and was replaced by Mr. Tim Paine. Following an investigation by Cricket Australia, Mr. Steve Smith was banned/prohibited from all international and domestic cricket fields in Australia for 01 years starting from 29 March 2018, and from ponderation for any leadership/guidance role for an additional/extra year.

Steve Smith-Early life and personal life:

            Mr. Steve Smith was born on 2 June 1989 in Kogarah town, Sydney, in Australian country. His father’s name is  Peter(Australian father) who has a degree in chemistry and his mother’s name is Gillain(English mother). Mr. Smith attended Menai High School and he left the school at the age of 17 to play cricket in England where Mr. Smith played club cricket for Sevenoaks Vine in the Kent Cricket League in their localities. He did so skilfully for Sevenoaks vine that he was taken in to play for Surrey’s second XI.

Mr. Smith has dual British and Australian citizenship because his mother was born in London. In 2011, Mr. Steve Smith started dating Miss Dani Willis. Miss Dani Wills was a law and commerce student at the University of Macquarie. In June 2017, Mr. Steve Smith and Dani Willis announced/publicize their engagement while on holiday in New York City. Mr. Steve and Dani married in New South Wales, Berrima on 15 September 2018.


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