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Australian cricketer
Born: June 9, 1975, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Died: May 14, 2022, Hervey Range, Granite Vale, Australia
Height: 1.87 m

Spouse: Brooke Symonds (m. 2004–2005)
Children: Chloe Symonds
Parents: Barbara Symonds, Ken Symonds
Nicknames: Roy, Symo

BORN June 9, 1975
HEIGHT 6 ft 2 in (1.87 m)
NATIONALITY Australian / English
ROLE All rounder / Right hand batsman & Right arm off break
RELATION(S) Brooke Symonds (Ex-Spouse), Ken Symonds (Father), Barbara Symonds (Mother), Chloe Symonds (Daughter)

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One of Symonds’ birth parents was of African-Caribbean background and the other was believed to be of Scandinavian descent. Symonds was adopted by parents Ken and Barbara at three months and they moved to Australia when he was a toddler. He had three siblings.

His sister, Louise Symonds, who was also adopted, was a contestant on the Australian Gladiators television series in 2008.

He spent the early part of his childhood in Charters Towers, northern Queensland, where his father taught at the private fee paying All Souls St Gabriels School, which Symonds attended. He showed sporting prowess from a very early age. “Dad was cricket mad.

He’d throw balls to me five or six days a week, before school, after school. And we’d play all sorts of games inside the house with ping-pong balls and Christmas decorations.”

Much of his junior cricket was played in Townsville for the Wanderers club, father and son making the 270-kilometre return trip sometimes twice a week.

The family later moved to the Gold Coast, where his parents were on the staff of All Saints Anglican School in Merrimac. Symonds was a student at the school.

Andrew Symonds, was an Australian all-rounder who was an integral part of the dominant Australian of the early 2000s.

Born on June 9, 1975 in Birmingham, Symonds had the option of playing for either of England or Australia, but he chose the Aussies.

Symonds made his first-debut for Queensland during the 1994-95 season.

He scored 108 not out which was his maiden first class century.

He made his ODI debut for Australia in 1998, against Pakistan at Lahore. He bowled just two overs, and didn’t get an opportunity to bat.

He had to wait six years from then to make his Test debut, before eventually playing against Sri Lanka at Galle in 2004. He was dismissed for a duck in the first innings, before making 24 in the second. He picked up a wicket in the first innings.

He made his T20I debut in 2005 against New Zealand, smashing 32 runs off just 13 balls as Australia cantered to victory.

His career picked up pace after 2003 World Cup where he scored an unmatchable 143 off 125 balls to lead Australia from a score of 86/4 to a 300 plus score. From then he averaged nearly 45 in all formats with a strike rate of 90-plus.