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Michael Clarke Profile | Family Information | Biography

Full Name Michael John Clarke
Born April 2, 1981, Liverpool, New South Wales
Playing role Middle-order batsman
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Slow left-arm orthodox
Michael John Clarke Profile, Family Information, Biography
 
Michael John Clarke (conceived 2 April 1981) is an expert Australian cricketer and commander of the Australian cricket group for both Test and ODI cricket. Nicknamed "Pup", he is a right-given center request batsman, and an infrequent left-arm conventional twist bowler. Clarke speaks to New South Wales at a local level. In January 2011, Clarke remained down as chief of the Australian Twenty20 cricket group to focus on his Test and ODI execution. On 22 November 2012, Clarke scored a twofold century at the Adelaide Oval, making him the main Test batsman to attain four twofold centuries in a timetable year. He won the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy, consequently winning the Cricketer of the Year 2013 furthermore the Test Cricketer of the Year 2013. He headed Australia to a 5-0 whitewash of England in the 2013–14 Ashes arrangement. Clarke was named Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2010 Wisden Cricketers' Almanac. Clarke was named Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World for the year 2012 in 2013 Wisden Cricketers' Almanack.

Michael Clarke Career
Michael Clarke made his top notch debut for New South Wales as an eighteen-year-old in the 1999–2000 Sheffield Shield (then called the Pura Milk Cup). He made his One Day International presentation in January 2003 against England at Adelaide and his Test introduction for Australia in October 2004 against India. He was an AIS Australian Cricket Academy grant holder in 1999–2000. Clark additionally played at an English Club Team in 2002 (Ramsbottom Cricket Club).

On 1 May 2012 Clarke made his introduction in the Indian Premier League for Pune Warriors India.
In 2013 Clarke was named skipper of the Sydney Thunder in Australia's Twenty20 Big Bash League. Because of universal responsibilities and injury,clarke did not play any recreations for the Thunder and they happened to lose each of the eight amusements and completion base of the ladder.

Michael Clarke Personal life
Amid the Australian Cricket voyage through New Zealand in March 2010, Clarke left the visit to come back to Sydney for "individual reasons". In a late night public interview on 12 March 2010, Clarke's administration affirmed he and afterward life partner, model Lara Bingle, had chosen to end their engagement. Addressing GQ Australia in November 2010, Clarke said of his choice to leave the voyage through New Zealand, "My choice that I made there, was what I thought was correct. I admiration playing for my nation that much that I thought, in case I'm going to let anyone down, I shouldn't be here — there's another person who could be improving an occupation than me. Going home was the right choice at the time for me. I don't lament that choice."

Michael Clarke wedded model and moderator Kyly Boldy on 15 May 2012.

Michael Clarke Career highlights
Tests :

Clarke's presentation Test score of 151 was made against India in Bangalore, 2004–05; he then made 141 against New Zealand in November 2004 on his introduction on home-soil at the Gabba (Brisbane, Australia), making him the main Australian to score a century on both home and away makes a big appearance.

His best Test rocking the bowling alley figures of 6 for 9 (6.2) came against India, Mumbai, 2004–05.

His first Ashes century came in December 2006, when he hit 124 at the Adelaide Oval to help Australia to triumph.

He released India's last three batsman in five balls on the fifth day of the second Test against India on 6 January 2008.

He won Australian Man of the Series in the 2009 Ashes Series. He was selected via England group chief Andy Flower for his "amazing batting".

He was named full-time one-day and Test chief of Australia on 29 March 2011.

Clarke's most noteworthy Test batting score of 329* was made on 5 January 2012 against India. This is the most elevated Test match batting score at the Sydney Cricket Ground, and the fourth best Test match batting score ever by an Australian.

Michael Clarke caught up his 329* in Sydney with 210 in Adelaide, along these lines joining Don Bradman and Wally Hammond as the main players to have made a triple century and a twofold century in the same arrangement.

Clarke's score of 259* made at the Gabba on 9 November 2012 against South Africa is the most elevated Test score at the ground.

Clarke is the main Test batsman to achieve four twofold centuries in a solitary timetable year, with a twofold century (230) at the Adelaide Oval on 22 November 2012.

Michael Clarke One-Day Internationals:

Clarke's highest ODI batting score of 130 was made against India, at M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, 2007

Clarke best ODI bowling figures of 5 for 35 came against Sri Lanka, at Dambulla, 2003–04
Clarke was the captain of Australia for the 2009 One Dayers as well as Twenty20 matches vs England

Clarke was named full-time one-day and test captain of Australia on 29 March 2011.
 
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