Matthew Thomas Renshaw is an Australian-born international cricketer who plays for Queensland. He scored his first-century first class on December 6, 2015, in the 2015-16 Sheffield Shield against New South Wales. He made his A-list debut for the National Performance Squad against India A on August 27, 2016.
|Real name||Matthew Thomas Renshaw|
|Batting Style||Left Handed Bat|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm offbreak|
|Records/Achievements (main ones)||-Renshaw became 133rd test centurion for Australia after scoring 184 against Pakistan in his 4th Test match.
-In the 17 first-class matches he has played till February 2017, Matt has scored more than 1300 runs at an average of about 46.
|Nature on field||Calm|
|Profession||Australian Cricketer (All-rounder)|
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 82 kg
in Pounds- 181 lbs
|Height (approx.)||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Date of Birth||Mar 28, 1996|
|Age (as of 2022)||26 years|
|Jersey Number||#12 (Australia)|
|Hobbies||Playing Golf, listening to music, Beach Surfing|
|Girls, Affairs and More|
|Networth (Approx.)||₹9.5 crore (as in 2009)|
Born in Yorkshire, his family moved to New Zealand when he was seven and finally to Australia when he was ten. Renshaw was part of the Australian Under-19 team that visited Sri Lanka in October 2014, taking a look at his skills with a 73 inning on his one-day debut in Colombo.
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During the 2015-16 season, Matt became Queensland’s top scorer on the Sheffield Shield. He scored 738 points averaging 43.41, including a whopping 170 of him in subtle conditions. This makes him the youngest Queensland drummer to mark a century in Shield history.
The Australian team’s call meant Renshaw was one of the youngest to make his test debut, and with only 12 first-class matches in his kitty, he is also quite inexperienced, although his average was an impressive 44.
Renshaw had shown his bravery by hitting when he became the youngest hitter to score a century for Queensland in the 2015-16 Sheffield Shield. He started his Sheffield Shield career with 738 points to 43, and quickly landed on the Australian A-team that played South Africa A. Against a bowling attack with Vernon Philander, Renshaw scored 94 to reinforce his name in Australian cricket circles. .
A family friend of Joe Root, Renshaw once dreamed of playing test cricket for England. However, his family moved to New Zealand, where he attended the first T20I, after which he decided that test cricket would be the highlight of him.
The real test was to come on the four-test tour of India in Australia in February-March 2017. It was a series that promised to test his skills, both physically and mentally, of the game. Renshaw got off to a good start, racking up half a century in the first two Trials, but they sold out as the series progressed. Nonetheless, he left critics in awe of his ability to play long innings.
Australia may have finally found the perfect drummer to play the anchor role with David Warner: focused and determined, offering unrelenting resistance. He scored his first century test against Pakistan at Sydney Cricket Ground in his fourth test, which turned out to be a winning shot. However, his 71 in Gabba’s test, in both sewing and test conditions, was more impressive and showed that he really belonged to the highest level. He also has the distinction of becoming the first Australian player to score 500 points before his 21st birthday.
Test debut on Nov 24, 2016, vs South Africa at Adelaide Oval.
Renshaw played a patient 170 shots in tough conditions and became the youngest to smash a ton as a Queenslander. This led him to team Australia A for the series against South Africa A.
Matt Renshaw Batting Career
Matt Renshaw Bowling Career