Jonny Bairstow achievements, stats and fitness secrets
Jonny Bairstow is a son of the previous English wicketkeeper David Bairstow. Jonny was a fantastic sportsman and had exceptional curiosity in cricket.
He is born on September 26, 1989. His role as wicketkeeper, Middle-order batsman/right-handed. He started his career in playing for Yorkshire and called as Young Wisden schools cricketer of the year 2007. He also represented England under 17. After that, he was signed as a team member of Yorkshire, 2009 and he made his debut against Somerset.
For Against India he made his ODI debut in 2011. He showed his skills and scored 41 in just 21 deliveries. Just after 12 days, he made his debut against West Indies. He didn’t get a chance to play but England won that match.
For his strong skills, he made the best and special part of the England cricket team. He scored an unbeaten 41 off just 21 deliveries that made him Man of the Match. Soon, he became the part of 2012 ICC World T20.
So far in his career, he hasn’t played for many clubs. He played long for Yorkshire. He also played for Peshawar Zalmi Franchise.
He is the only person who claimed a unique record of getting nine dismissals in Test match twice. He did this once again with South Africa with 70 dismissals in the 2016 year. He also claimed the record for the most of runs scored by the English wicketkeeper. He scored 1470 runs in 2017, a doubling the English record and almost 400 runs on surpassing the international record.
Before his match, he did 600 squats for getting in position for pitch. He focused more on maintenance and focus. He usually eats healthy and nutritious food to keep my strength strong throughout the match.
Family & personal life
Jonny Bairstow is also known as Jonathan Marc Bairstow. He is born in Bradford. He was interested in games such as rugby, football, and cricket.
Jonny is not married. He is single and loves to keep his life closely guarded. His siblings are Andrew Bairstow and Rebecca.