Ross Taylor | Age, Height, Bio, Wiki, Wife, Family, Career, Awards, Records & Net Worth | 2023

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Ross Taylor Wife, Profile, Age, Height, Career Stats, Family & Biography

Ross Taylor, the renowned New Zealand cricketer, was born on March 8, 1984, in Lower Hutt, New Zealand. A prolific middle-order batsman, Taylor made his debut in 2006 and quickly established himself as a key player in the national team. With a remarkable ability to play under pressure, he became New Zealand’s highest run-scorer in ODIs and Tests. Known for his resilience and leadership, Taylor has been an integral part of New Zealand’s cricketing success, including their memorable run to the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup final. Ross Taylor’s age is [dob]. 



Family Info:

His Father’s name is Neil Taylor. And his mother’s name is Ann. His mother is being from Samoa and his father from New Zealand.



Taylor was educated at Wairarapa College and Palmerston North Boys High School and was a hockey player before shifting his focus to cricket.


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International Career:

  • Test Debut – VS South Africa on 8 November 2007
  • ODI Debut – VS West Indies on 1 March 2006
  • T20I Debut – VS Sri Lanka on 22 December 2006
  • Domestic Cricket Debut – 2003

Taylor is a clean striker of the ball particularly any ball through the leg side, and a useful off-break bowler. He made his first century against Sri Lanka on 28 December 2006. Taylor scored his second century in his ODI career on 18 February 2007 against Australia. He scored 117, the 2nd highest score by a New Zealander against Australia at that time.

He made his first Test match career-best of 154 not out against England at Old Trafford in May 2008. His next Test century was an innings of 151 runs off 204 balls, which came against India at Napier in March 2009. His fourth Test century, in the next Test, was a 107 which delayed India’s victory long enough to force a draw.

Career Statistics:

  Test ODI T20I
Matches 112 233 102
Runs 7,683 8,581 1,909
Innings 166 212 82
100s 19 21 0
The 50s 35 51 07
Highest 31 50 5
Average 44.66 48.20 26.15

Latest Update: 11 January 2022

Taylor captained New Zealand for the first time in an ODI against Australia in Napier on 03 March 2010. New Zealand won the match by two wickets. Taylor was also awarded the man of the match. Taylor has served as the national captain for all formats.

Taylor scored centuries in all three tests in the 2013/14 series against the West Indies. He also made his first Test match double-century and the highest test score of unbeaten 217 in a composed and classy innings.

Net Worth:

His net worth is estimated to be $1.5 Million. He is a popular cricketer.

Wife / Kids:

He married his wife Victoria on 25 June 2011. They have three children. See more details about Ross Taylor’s wife, kids, daughter, son, family & more in the short biography table.

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FAQs about Ross Taylor Cricketer

Who is Ross Taylor?

Ross Taylor is a former professional cricketer from New Zealand. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen in New Zealand cricket history.

When was Ross Taylor born?

Ross Taylor was born on March 8, 1984, in Lower Hutt, New Zealand.

What was Ross Taylor’s playing role in cricket?

Ross Taylor was a right-handed batsman who predominantly played as a middle-order batsman for the New Zealand national cricket team.

When did Ross Taylor make his international debut?

Ross Taylor made his international debut for New Zealand in a One-Day International (ODI) match against the West Indies on March 1, 2006.

How many centuries did Ross Taylor score in international cricket?

Ross Taylor scored numerous centuries in international cricket, both in ODIs and Test matches. He is known for his ability to score big centuries under pressure.