Articles about Jonathan Trott
When England's Jonathan Trott came into the crease at No.3, there was a clam that engulfed the dressing room because of his unquenchable thirst for runs. He came under the radar of the English public after he scored a double century on his Second XI Championship debut for Warwickshire in 2002. Born in Cape Town to English parents, Trott represented South Africa in both U-15 and U-19 levels before making his switch to England. He made his international debut in a T20I match against the West Indies in 2007. On his Test debut against Australia in 2009, he became the 18th English player to score a century on his Test debut. He was a key player in the Ashes win in 2010-11 with two centuries and England's rise to No.1 ranking in Tests. Watertight technique and unwavering concentration made him England's finest No.3 in a long time. However, he left the team in the middle of the 2013-14 Ashes due to anxiety-related issues. In his biography, Trott attributed this to the increasing problems he had while facing the short ball. Although he made a brief return in 2015, he retired from international cricket in the same year.
22 Dec 2020Sports
Former all-rounder Jacques Kallis has been appointed as England's latest batting consultant for the upcoming Test series in Sri Lanka.
03 Aug 2020Sports
Former England and Warwickshire batsman Jonathan Trott has been appointed England batting coach for the upcoming three-Test series against Pakistan.
17 Jan 2020Sports
South African pacer Kagiso Rabada is set to miss the fourth Test match against England.
07 Jan 2020Sports
England overcame hosts South Africa in the second Test match held at Newlands in Cape Town.
02 Feb 2019Sports
Australian cricketer Will Pucovski has left the Test squad to return home to focus on mental health.
27 Oct 2018Sports
David Warner, who is currently serving a year-long ban due to the ball-tampering incident which unfolded in South Africa, has come in the news after walking off mid-innings in a grade cricket match.
22 Jul 2018Sports
Pakistan's opening batsman Fakhar Zaman is enjoying the form of his life and the southpaw has shown the capabilities to become cricket world's newest sensation.