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Josh Hazlewood Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Biography & More

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Bio
Real NameJosh Reginald Hazlewood
NicknameHoff, Bendemeer Bullet
ProfessionAustralian Cricketer (Bowler)
Physical Stats & More
Height (Approx.)in centimeters- 193 cm
in meters- 1.93 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 4”
Weight (Approx.)in Kilograms- 90 kg
in Pounds 198 lbs
Body Measurements- Chest: 42 Inches
- Waist: 34 Inches
- Biceps: 13.5 Inches
Eye ColourHazel Grey
Hair ColourBrown
Cricket
International DebutTest- 17 December 2014 vs India in Brisbane
ODI- 22 June 2010 vs England in Southampton
T20- 13 February 2013 vs West Indies in Brisbane
Coach/MentorMick Shelton
Jersey Number#38 (Australia)
Domestic/State TeamsNew South Wales, Sydney Sixers, Mumbai Indians
Bowling StyleRight-arm fast-medium
Batting StyleLeft Handed Bat
Nature on fieldAggressive
Records/Achievements (main ones)• Josh Hazlewood has four 5-wicket hauls to his name in International Tests while having 2 hauls in ODI's.
• At the age of 17, Hazlewood became the youngest fast bowler to represent New South Wales, while at 19; he became the youngest player to debut for Australia.
• In November 2015, Hazlewood became the first player to achieve the Player of the Match award in a day-night Test match ever.
• He also took the first 5-wicket haul in a day-night test cricket match with the figures of 6/70, en route to reaching 50 career wickets in just his 12th test, faster than his Australian counterparts- Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath and Mitchell Johnson.
Career Turning PointHazlewood's consistent performances for New South Wales at the Australian Domestic circuit led him to an early International debut.
Personal Life
Date of Birth8 January 1991
Age (as in 2017)26 Years
Birth PlaceTamworth, New South Wales, Australia
Zodiac sign/Sun signCapricorn
NationalityAustralian
HometownTamworth, New South Wales, Australia
SchoolNot Known
CollegeNot Known
Educational QualificationsNot Known
FamilyFather- Trevor Hazlewood
Mother- Anne
Brother- Aaron
Sister- Cassey Hilier
The Hazlewood family (left to right): Trevor (father), Anne (Mother), Cherina Murphy Christian (girlfriend), Casey Hillier (sister) and Aaron (brother)
ReligionChristianity
HobbiesListening to Music, Watching Sitcoms, Cooking
ControversiesHazlewood and Steven Smith became a part of a controversy during Brendon McCullum's farewell test match in February 2016. The New Zealand vice-captain, Kane Williamson, was given not-out after an LBW appeal by Josh Hazlewood. Infuriated with Umpire's decision, Hazlewood went for a decision review. Even after seeing the replay on the big screen, and the subsequent not out confirmation, Australians led by Smith were left incensed with the skipper questioning the call. Hazlewood on his part was caught by the stump microphone as saying: “Who the f*** is the third umpire?”
Favorite Things
Favorite SingerJimmy Barnes
Favorite BowlerGlenn McGrath
Girls, Family & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsCherina Murphy-Christian
Josh Hazlewood with his girlfriend Cherina Murphy Christian
WifeN/A
ChildrenDaughter- N/A
Son- N/A

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Josh Hazlewood

  • Does Josh Hazlewood smoke: Not Known
  • Does Josh Hazlewood drink alcohol: Yes
  • Hazlewood excelled at a number of sports at his school. Javelin Throw, Shotput, Discus Throw and Cricket were “a few” of his favorite sports.
  • In an interview, while explaining his love for different sports, Hazlewood said, “I was the three-time Australian champion at javelin from under-13s to under-15s, I was also good at shot put and discus. But I preferred cricket because it was a team sport, and you always got the chance to play with your mates.”
  • Friends of Hazlewood’s dad reportedly placed a Aus$100 (US$82) wager with British bookmakers almost 11 years ago at odds of 500-1 that Josh would become a Test player before the age of 30. The bet paid off well, and in 2014, with Hazlewood’s debut, his dad’s friends won Aus$50,000 each, a return 500 times the initial bet.
  • His junior cricket coach and mentor, Mick Shelton, once shared an interesting instance from a junior-level match. He said, “He (Hazlewood) got five in a row and the last kid hobbled off after Josh hit him on the toe. Josh probably would have got six wickets in a row but the last kid was too scared and wouldn’t go out to bat.”
  • At the 2010 U-19 world cup, Hazlewood ended up becoming the third-highest wicket taker by picking up 13 wickets. His best performance came in the final where he took 4 wickets and helped Australia beat Pakistan by 25 runs. Thus, he was awarded the Man of the Match.
  • He was also awarded the 2015 Emerging Player of the year award by ICC.
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