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September 11, 2018
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Andy Flower (cricketer) Wife, Weight, Height, Age, Records and More

By Himanshu Sharma

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Andy Flower
(Former Zimbabwe Cricketer)

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Andy Flower Nickname: Petals; Flower Power (along with brother Grant) Profession: Former Cricketer,  Former England Cricket Team Coach Role: Wicket-keeper batsman, Coach Biography Autobiography: NA Biopic: NA Physical Appearance Height (approx.): 5’10” Weight (approx.): NA Eye Colour: Blue Hair Colour: Light Brown Tattoos: NA Personal Life Date of Birth: 28 April 1968 Age (as on 2018): 50 years Birth Place: Cape Town, South Africa Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Taurus Nationality: Zimbabwean School: Oriel Boys’ High School and Vainona High School College: NA Educational Qualifications: NA Signature:

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Family
Father: Bill Flower
Mother: NA
Sister: NA
Brother: Grant Flower

Coach/Mentor: NA
Religion: Christianity
Address: NA

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Cricket Career International Debut: Test: 18 October 1992 vs India ODI: 23 February 1992 v Sri Lanka T20: NA Jersey Number: #33 Major Teams: Zimbabwe, Mashonaland, Winstonians Nature on field: Aggressive batsman Likes to play against: NA Favourite Shot: Sweep

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Career Turning Point

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Records

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  • Andy hold Zimbabwean records for the most Test career runs, the highest Test batting average, and most ODI career runs.
  • Andy holds the record for the highest ever test score by a wicketkeeper-batsman in an innings of a test(232*).
  • Andy scored 341 in the first Test against South Africa in 2001, which is the second highest aggregate by a batsman on the losing side.
  • Andy Flower is also the only cricketer to score an ODI ton on debut in a World Cup game.
  • Together with Heath Streak, Andy set the record for the highest 7th wicket partnership for Zimbabwe in ODIs(130).
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    Girlfriends, Spouse and Children Marital Status: Married Affairs/Girlfriends: NA Wife/Spouse: Rebecca Flower

    Marriage Date: NA
    Children: NA

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    Earnings Net Worth: NA Retainer Fee: NA Test Fee: NA ODI Fee: NA T20 Fee: NA IPL 11: NA

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    Awards and recognitions

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  • On 22 December 2011, he was awarded with 2011 Coach of the Year in the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards.
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    Controversies

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  • During the 2003 Cricket World Cup match against Namibia, Andy Flower and teammate Henry Olonga wore black armbands to protest against Robert Mugabe’s policies. This act led to Flower’s retirement from Zimbabwean cricket.
  • Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen blames ex-coach Andy Flower for his exit from England and has quoted “Andy Flower was always trying to find ways to get rid of me”.
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    Lesser Known Facts

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  • Flower was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2011 Birthday Honours for services to sport.
  • Flower is an Ambassador for the malignant melanoma support group, Factor 50. He himself had suffered from the illness and underwent surgery to remove a melanoma from his right eye in 2010.
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    Himanshu Sharma

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