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Jason Holder 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: November 5, 1991 (age 29 years), Bridgetown, Barbados
Height: 2.01 m
Test debut (cap 299): 26 June 2014 v New Zealand
Last Test: 29 March 2021 v Sri Lanka
Current teams: West Indies cricket team (All-rounder)
Parents: Ronald Holder, Denise Holder
Real Name Jason Omar Holder
Profession West Indian Cricketer (All-rounder)
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.) in centimeters- 201 cm
in meters- 2.01 m
in Feet Inches- 6′ 7″
Weight (approx.) in Kilograms- 110 kg
in Pounds- 243 lbs
Body Measurements – Chest: 42 Inches
– Waist: 34 Inches
– Biceps: 14 Inches
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
Coach/Mentor Not Known
Jersey Number #98 (West Indies)
# 98 (Sunrisers Hyderabad, Chennai Super Kings)
Domestic/State Teams Barbados, Chennai Super Kings, Barbados Tridents, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Quetta Gladiators, Kolkata Knight Riders
Batting Style Right Handed Bat
Bowling Style Right-arm medium-fast
Nature on field Maintains calm disposition but plays aggressively
Date of Birth 5 November 1991
Birth Place Barbados
Zodiac sign/Sun sign Scorpio
School Not Known
College/ University Not Known
Educational Qualification Not Known
Family Father- Ronald Holder
Mother- Denise Holder
Sister- Not Known
Hobbies Playing Golf, listening to music, go cart racing
Marital Status Unmarried
Jason Holder 10 Pics, Photos, Pictures
Jason Holder 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki
Holder is a fan of English football club Tottenham Hotspur.
Holder, a sky scrapper in the current international cricket, reminds every one of the veteran West Indian bowler, Michael Holding.
Right after getting a breakthrough in the ODI format, he was bought by Chennai Super Kings for the 2013 season of IPL.
Holder was picked up for his base price of $200,00. He was, however, released after the season got over.
In 2014, Sunrisers Hyderabad bought him for $125,000.
After Holder was named as the captain of West Indies cricket team in September 2015, he became the youngest ever (23 years, 72 days) West Indian captain.
In ICC World Cup 2015, Holder grabbed the record of conceding the most number of runs (104) in a single world cup match.
He ranked number 2 on the list of the respective chart.
At 23 years, 72 days, Jason Holder is the youngest ever West Indian captain.
In March 2018, Holder became the fastest West Indian cricketer in terms of matches, to complete a double of 1,000 runs and 100 ODI wickets.
Holder achieved the feat in 74 ODIs.
In the 2015 World Cup, Holder registered an unwanted record in his name after he was swatted for 104 runs in 10 overs at the SCG courtsey AB de Villiers.
Holder ranks at number 02 in terms of most number of runs conceded in an ODI.
A couple of days into his ODI debut, Holder was signed up by the Chennai Super Kings for a base price of $200,00.
Holder won the prestigious Lord Gavron Award in 2009, an award given to a Barbados U-19 cricketer who has been outsatnding on the playing field.
Jason Holder is the glue that has kept West Indies cricket fledgeling together in the past few years.
The fastest West Indian to complete the double of 100 ODI wickets and 1,000 runs, Holder was West Indies’ leading wicket-taker in the 2010 U-19 World Cup in New Zealand.
With the ability to be a hit the deck bowler with prodigious bounce and a handy lower-order batsman down the order, Holder made his ODI debut against Australia in 2013 and then a year later his Test debut against the Kiwis.
After senior players backed out of the West Indian squad following their tussle with the WICB, Holder was handed over the captaincy in all formats of the game.
His first real success as skipper came last year when the Windies surprised themselves in chasing down a record 322 at Headingly.
As a bowler, Holder seemed to have come into his own in 2018.
In the 2018 West Indian home season, Holder racked up 28 wickets in five Test matches at an average of 12 with three five-wicket hauls.
Standing tall at 6 ft 7 in, Jason Holder is one of those young cricketers who has shown promise in the West Indian team of the current era.
He was born on 5 November 1991 in Barbados. He is a right arm medium fast bowler and a dependable batsman who bats lower down the order.
He is the current captain of the West Indies Test and ODI team.
He won the Lord Gavron award in 2009, an award given to an outstanding performer playing for Barbados Under-19.
He was an integral part in the West Indies campaign for the 2010 Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand.
He started the tournament with 2 wickets against Pakistan in the first Group D match.
His best performance came in the quarter-final against England when West Indies needed it the most.
After West Indies were dismissed cheaply for 166 runs, Holder knocked out the English team out with figures of 5-19.
He finished the campaign as the highest wicket taker for his team in the tournament with 13 wickets.
Holder became the youngest captain for West Indies in January 2015, just before the 2015 World Cup.
He led a young West Indian team to the quarter finals before losing to New Zealand.
He was appointed the test captain on 4 September 2015.
West Indies have lost a lot of matches under Holder’s captaincy but his efforts are praisable when the current condition of West Indian cricket is considered.
He held the ships when the senior players were having disputes with the board.