Jonny Bairstow Age, Net worth, Wife, Family, Cricket Career, and much more

Jonathan Marc Bairstow (born 26 September 1989) is an English cricketer who plays internationally for England in all formats. In domestic cricket, he represents Yorkshire and has played in multiple Twenty20 leagues, including for Sunrisers Hyderabad and Punjab Kings in the Indian Premier League.

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Who Is Jonny Bairstow?

Jonathan Marc Bairstow (born 26 September 1989) is an English cricketer who plays internationally for England in all formats. In domestic cricket, he represents Yorkshire and has played in multiple Twenty20 leagues, including for Sunrisers Hyderabad and Punjab Kings in the Indian Premier League.

Bairstow made his One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) debut in 2011, and made his Test debut in 2012. He was part of the England team that won the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Bairstow plays as a right-handed batsman-wicketkeeper. Along with Ben Stokes, he holds the world record for highest sixth-wicket position in Tests: 399 against South Africa during the 2015-16 tour of England.

Jonny Bairstow Facts, Biography, WIKI

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Full NameJonathan Marc Bairstow
Born26 September 1989
NicknameNot known
Height1.78 m
Batting styleRight-handed
Bowling styleNot known
RelationsIn relationship
Zodiac SignLibra

Jonny Bairstow Early life

Bairstow was born on 26 September 1989 in Bradford, West Yorkshire, the second son of former Yorkshire and England goalkeeper David Bairstow and the younger half-brother of former Derbyshire player Andrew Bairstow. He showed early talent when he was voted the inaugural winner of the Young Wisden schools cricketer of the Year award, after scoring 654 runs in 2007 for St Peter’s School, York. Bairstow also played for the Leeds United youth soccer team.

Jonny Bairstow Age

He is 33 years old.

Jonny Bairstow Net Worth

His net worth is around 8 million US Dollars.

Jonny Bairstow’s Wife

Not known

Jonny Bairstow Personal Life, Family

  • Personal Life

Yet to update

  • Family
Spouse/WifeEleanor Tomlinson
FatherDavid Bairstow
MotherJanet Bairstow
BrothersAndrew Bairstow
SistersRebecca Bairstow
GirlfriendEleanor Tomlinson
ChildrenNot known
Marriage DateNot known

Jonny Bairstow International Debut

Test debut

17 May 2012 v West Indies

ODI debut

16 September 2011 v India

T20 debut

23 September 2011 v West Indies

Jonny Bairstow Cricket Career

  • Domestic Career

Here is all about Jonny Bairstow’s Domestic Career.

During the 2008 season, Bairstow played second-XI cricket for Yorkshire. In six championship matches, he scored 308 runs at an average of 61.60. He was called up to the first-team squad for the final County Championship game of the season against Sussex but failed to make the starting eleven. Nonetheless, he signed a two-year contract with Yorkshire.

Bairstow began the 2009 season playing second XI cricket, but after scoring 202 seconds against Leicestershire, he was called up for the first team match with Somerset when Michael Vaughan was ruled out with injury. On his first-class debut, he top-scored in the second innings with an unbeaten 82. In Somerset’s second innings, he took the gloves off an injured Gerard Brophy and took four catches.

Bairstow was a regular in the Yorkshire team in 2010, he played 16 first-class matches and scored 918 runs. He averaged over 40 for the second straight season but was unable to turn any of his eight fifties into a maiden century. His performances led to his selection for the England Performance Program team to tour Australia in 2010/11.

He took up the gloves for the 2011 season and made a good start with the bat by scoring his first century against Nottinghamshire in May, finishing on 205. He was the only Yorkshire batsman to score over 1000 runs in the season and thanks to his strong performances. he was called up to England’s one-day squad.

He is playing for Punjab Kings in IPL in 2023.

  • International Career

Here is all about Jonny Bairstow’s International Career.

Breaking into ODI and T20I teams: Early career

Bairstow was a member of England’s ODI squad for their match against Ireland in August 2011; however, he was not chosen to play. He made his debut the following month after being called up for the ODI final against India. Playing as a specialist batsman, he scored an unbeaten 41 from just 21 balls to help England to a tight Duckworth-Lewis total. His innings included three sixes, the first from the fifth ball he faced, and he was named Man of the Match.

On 11 October 2011, Bairstow hit a century off 53 balls as England beat the Hyderabad Cricket Association XI, during a warm-up for a series against India.

On 25 February 2012, Bairstow was named man of the match in the second T20 series between Pakistan and England at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. England won the match.

After a successful start to the 2012 season, scoring two hundred for Yorkshire, Bairstow was included in the England squad for the first Test against the West Indies at Lord’s, an injury ruling out Ravi Bopara. This was Bairstow’s Test debut, and he was presented with his cap by a close family friend and former Yorkshire and England cricketer, Geoff Boycott.

Bairstow was selected to play for the England Lions in one of the warm-up games for this series. He came on as the seventh batsman and scored 50 runs before being caught by Ravi Rampaul. Bairstow also made 5 receptions throughout the game.

2013 to 2014

He was selected to make the Test, ODI, and T20 squads for the 2013 Tour to New Zealand.

Bairstow was chosen to play in the first match of the Twenty20 series, he lost the wicket-keeping place to Jos Buttler after Buttler put in a couple of great performances in warm-ups, this meant Bairstow would be used as a specialist batsman coming into number 5. Helped England to 40 runs in the 1st T20I snapping 38 runs in 22 balls before being caught by Martin Guptill, also caught New Zealand danger Ross Taylor in 13. In 2nd T20I he caught Ross Taylor in 4 runs and also Colin Munro in 7 races. Bairstow also played in the third T20I, while fielding he caught both Brendon McCullum and Ross Taylor before they could post a decent score, he was not required to bat in England’s successful run and ended up winning the T20 series 2-1.

He was selected as the number 6 batsman for the third test when Kevin Pietersen picked up an injury, so Joe Root moved up to number 5 and struggled with the 3rd and 6th innings.

2015 – becoming Test wicket-keeper

After being away from England for 18 months, Bairstow was called up to the squad for the fifth ODI on New Zealand’s tour of England. He replaced the injured Jos Buttler in the team and made two catches and a stumping before scoring 83* off 60 balls to help England win in a rain-affected match. England won the match and the series 3-2.

After being omitted from the playing squad in the first two tests of the 2015 Ashes series, Bairstow had been named to start in Gary Ballance’s place as a batsman in the last three tests. In the fourth Test, he scored 74 as England won the match by one innings and 78 runs.

Bairstow kept his place in the England side for the series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates in 2015. He made just 23 runs in the first match as England came close to winning the game when bad light stopped play with them just before your goal. Bairstow scored 43 in the first innings of England’s second Test as they made 242. After making 41 in the first innings of the final Test, he made his first half-century of the series in its last innings, scoring 79, although he showed to be in vain as England lost the series 2-0.

2016 to present

Bairstow scored 140 in the opener against Sri Lanka to help England out of a precarious situation in the 2016 series against England. He was named man of the match for his efforts, which also included making nine receptions, as England won the game and went 1-0 up in the series. He scored 48 in the second match, with England recording a great first-innings score. He was not required to bat in the second innings as England won the match by nine wickets. He continued his excellent form in the final match of the series, where he scored an unbeaten 167 in England’s first innings to help them to 416. He made 32 in the second innings, although rain ended the match to no avail. England won the series 2-0, and Bairstow was awarded player of the series along with Kaushal Silva.

Bairstow scored 29 in England’s first innings in the first Test against Pakistan. He made 48 in the second innings, but it wasn’t enough to prevent England’s defeat. In the second Test, he scored 58 in England’s first innings at a total of 589/8 as they won the match by 330 runs. He made 12 in the first innings of the third Test and followed up with 83 in the second innings to help England turn the game around and secure an unlikely victory. In the final match of the series, Bairstow made 55 in the first innings as England made 328, and was dismissed for 81 in the second innings as Pakistan secured a ten-wicket victory. He played in the fourth ODI against Pakistan and made 61 as England won by four wickets. England lost the fifth ODI by four wickets, with Bairstow making 33, as England won the series 4–1.

In June 2022, during the second Test of the England v New Zealand Test series at Trent Bridge, Bairstow hit a match-winning 136 from just 92 balls on the fifth day, as part of a successful England chase of 299. He was awarded the man of the match for this entry. His hundred came off just 77 balls, making it the second-quickest Test century by an English batsman. In the third test, Bairstow rallied England from 55–6 to score 162 in better than a run-a-ball en route to victory. He went on to score his third and fourth centuries of the summer in the rescheduled fifth Test against India: all 114 of his were not out in the fourth innings as England completed a record Test chase. He was ruled out of the 2022 T20 World Cup after breaking his leg in a golf accident. For his performances in the English summer of 2022, Bairstow was awarded the Professional Cricketers’ Association Men’s Cricketer of the Year and the Cricket Writers’ Club Bob Willis Trophy. He was also nominated for the 2022 Men’s Test Cricketer of the Year and was named in the ICC Men’s Test Team of the Year.

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When did Jonny Bairstow make his international Debut?

Breaking into the ODI and T20I teams – early career. Bairstow was a member of the England ODI squad for their match against Ireland in August 2011; however, he was not picked to play. He made his debut the following month after he was called up for the final ODI against India.

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