Timeline of Mark Taylor
|Date of Birth:||1964 , October-27|
This Left–handed batsman and a Right-arm medium blower is almost retired now from the cricket career but has left a good impression in Australian cricket.His batting ability, calmness on the field and his relationship with co cricketer made him a terrific cricketer. His leadership and diplomacy marked him out as one of the Australia’s greatest captain.
He was in a relationship with his girlfriend turned wife Judy before getting married to her. After few years of their relationship Mark married Judy Taylor and today he has three children: Katelyn, William, and Jack.
A major part of his earnings come from the national and international cricket match and different endorsement deals. Looking after his stocks, physical properties and luxury goods his net worth can be estimated in the range of AUD 3 million.
Mark Taylor facts on timeline
Born on 1964
Mark Taylor was born in the year 1964 on October 27 in Leeton, New South Wales, Australia as Mark Anthony Taylor. He is also known with his nickname, Tubby. He is known as all-rounder crickter in Australian team. Arthur Morris was his idol crickter during his childhood.
As a test opening batsman
Mark Taylor played as Test opening batsman from 1988-1999 for Australia. Previously he was a left-handed opening batsman for New South Wales. He is regarded as an instrumental component in Australia's rise to Test cricket dominance.
Married with Judy 1989
Mark got married to Judy in 1989. He was in a relationship with her since 1986. The couple is living blissful life together in Austraila and today they have three children: Katelyn Taylor, William Taylor, Jack Taylor.
Test Debut in 1989
Mark got a debut in Test cricket from Sydney CricKet Ground on January 26, 1989. He played the match from Australian team against West Indies on that day. His last test was also on the same ground on 1999 where he played against England.
As a caption of Austrialin cricket
Mark Taylor lead the Australian team as a caption from the year 1994 to 1999. His leadership and diplomacy marked him out as one of the greatest Australian captain. His captaincy was regarded as adventurous and highly effective.
Retired from test cricket
This master cricketer got retired from Test cricket on February 2, 1999. During his 104 Test matches, Mark scored 75,525 runs with a batting average of 43.49, including 19 centuries and 40 fifties. It was his remarkable achievement in his cricket career.
Worked Cricket Australia board member
Taylor was selected a Cricket Australia Director and he worked from the year 2004 to 2012. During his tenure, Taylor focused on the growth and development of Australian cricket. He was also a part of the Australian Team Performance Review committee.