FULL NAME: Alexander Daniel Hales
BORN: January 3, 1989 Hillingdon, Middlesex
CURRENT AGE: 31 Years, 0 Months, 8 Days
MAJOR TEAMS: England, England A, England XI, Nottinghamshire, Worcestershire,
Mumbai Indians, England Under-19, Adelaide Strikers, Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Renegades,
Sydney Thunder, Duronto Rajshahi, England Lions, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Rangpur Rangers,
Stellenbosch Kings, Maratha Arabians, Durban Heat, Trent Rockets.
NATIONAL SIDE: England
BATTING STYLE: Right Handed
BOWLING: Right-arm medium
Grandson of the gifted tennis player, Dennis Hales, who once constrained Rod Laver to five sets at Wimbledon,
Alex Hales, is known for playing with a scramble of adventurism. Conveying his 6’5″ outline similarly as exquisitely,
he has developed as a forceful and shrewd top-request batsman.
He initially came into sharp concentration at the youthful age of 16 when he hit 52 runs off a solitary over, completing
unbeaten on 114, playing at the London County Cricket Club’s Founders Day at Lord’s in 2005. After three years,
he was marked by Nottinghamshire and had a genuinely OK summer, playing constrained overs cricket. In 2009, he
hit 150 off 102 balls in the Pro40 game against Worcestershire.
Hales spoke to the England Under-19 squad in 2008 that visited New Zealand and crushed three half-hundreds of
years. He was then remembered for the English Performance squad in 2009-10 and later proceeded to play for the
England Lions for the whole 2011 summer.
In Friends Life T20, Hales top-scored for Nottinghamshire, hitting 544 runs at an astounding strike-pace of 147. He
was named PCA youthful player of the year toward the finish of the crusade, having scored 1,000 runs in the First-Class season that incorporated a splendid 184 against Somerset. The 2012 season demonstrated similarly productive as he gathered 857 First-Class runs which included two hundreds.
In spite of the fact that on the worldwide scene, Hales started his campaign with a duck against India in 2011, he
retaliated with a coarse thump of 62 off 48 balls against West Indies at The Oval. Afterward, in 2012, he missed the
mark regarding a fine century by only one run and missed the record of turning into the main England player to score
a T20 century, while hoarding a game dominating 99 against West Indies at his home ground, Trent Bridge. He kept
on playing in each game for England at the World T20 in Sri Lanka in September that year, scoring 124 runs in five
innings before England’s crusade went to an untimely stop. He, indeed, verged on hitting a T20 ton when he scored
a glittering 94 off 61 balls against Australia in August 2013.
The forceful batsman, known for his greatness in T20 cricket, at that point earned an arrangement with Melbourne Renegades for the 2012-13 Big Bash. Benefiting from this late chance, Hales scored a rankling 89 off 52 balls on his
Big Bash debut at the SCG. From being Nottinghamshire’s star batsman to England’s dynamic T20 player, Hales has
end up being a brilliant herald of the youthful English detachment.
Hales has been a fundamental piece of England’s T20 squad. He was chosen for their visit to West Indies in
Feb/March 2014 and played the initial two T20Is. In spite of a significant thump in the subsequent game, he was not
ready to assist England with verifying a success. Positioned as the No. 1 batsman by ICC in T20I cricket, Hales, gave
a look at his capacity hitting in the 2014 World T20, as he crushed Sri Lanka everywhere throughout the recreation
center to turn into the primary batsman from England to score a T20I hundred. The thump likewise helped his side
accomplish a dazzling triumph in that game and it remained the main hundred in the whole competition.
The voice for the incorporation of Hales in the ODI side accumulated force after the opener had some excellent
exhibitions in the T20 group. The opportunity in the long run arrived in the home arrangement against India, where
he made his presentation in Cardiff. Be that as it may, he didn’t have the best of arrangement, however the selectors
stayed with him for the Sri Lanka visit, even there he frustrated. Despite the fact that he was picked for the 2015
World Cup, he was down the hierarchy as Ian Bell and Moeen Ali opened the batting for all games however one,
against Afghanistan, which England won.
A monstrous recipient of England’s 2015 World Cup drubbing and the consequent update, Alex Hales hung out in
the ‘New England’ side. Presently with the permit to play his characteristic forceful stroke play, he amassed runs at
the highest point of the request, joining forces with Jason Roy, he pivoted his side’s fortunes. This incorporated a
Man of the Series trophy for getting four back to back half-hundreds of years in South Africa. The cherry came
when he lit up Trent Bridge in 2016, with his 171-run rush against Pakistan as England heaped on 444, the most
noteworthy ever ODI all out.
He came in with a notoriety of being a T20 authority, with a dodgy system outside the off-stump. He anyway made it to
the Test side with mediocre accomplishment in his initial games. In the post-Strauss period with England battling to
locate a settled opening accomplice for Alastair Cook, Hales was one of the numerous choices gave it a shot. The
selectors anyway became irritated after a run of 11 Tests.
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Britain’s misfortune ended up being Nottinghamshire’s benefit. He used his break of the Test side assembling some
shocking exhibitions for his district, assuming an imperative job in agreeing with his stance to the title in the Royal London Cup and the Natwest T20 impact.
The constrained overs leg voyage through India in Jan 2017 saw Hales getting damage to his hand. Having come into
the arrangement in a rich vein of structure, it was a difficulty for him in the wake of having flopped in the initial two
matches. He made his rebound for the voyage through West Indies a few months after the fact and declared his arrival
in style with a breaking century. From there on, Hales has delighted in a decent year in spite of the fact that the structure
has plunged only a touch since later phases of the Champions Trophy. All things considered, he stays an essential
machine gear-piece of England’s restricted overs outfit just as the T20 establishments that he includes for.
Batting and fielding averages
|Batting & Bowling||Team||Opposition||Ground||Date||Scorecard|
|55||Syd Thunder||v Hurricanes||Sydney||11-01-2020||T20|
|26||Syd Thunder||v Melb Stars||Melbourne||8-01-2020||T20|
|20*||Syd Thunder||v Heat||Sydney||6-01-2020||T20|
|0||Syd Thunder||v Melb Stars||Sydney||2-01-2020||T20|
|4||Syd Thunder||v Strikers||Adelaide||31-12-2019||T20|
|32||Syd Thunder||v Syd Sixers||Sydney||28-12-2019||T20|
|11*||Syd Thunder||v Strikers||Canberra||21-12-2019||T20|
|68||Syd Thunder||v Melb Reneg||Geelong||19-12-2019||T20|
|7||Syd Thunder||v Heat||Brisbane||17-12-2019||T20|
|97*||Durban Heat||v Paarl Rocks||Paarl||4-12-2019||T20|