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September 13, 2018
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Ravi Bopara (cricketer) Wife, Weight, Height, Age, Records and More

By Yash Mittal

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Ravi Bopara
(England all-rounder)

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Following an injury to Kevin Pieterson in the 2006-07 CB series in Australia, Bopara was handed his ODI cap against Australia and was subsequently drafted into the 2007 World Cup team and displayed a remarkable consistency to notch up a fifty against Sri Lanka in a Super Six game.

Following consistent returns in 50-over cricket, Bopara earned his Test cap for England in 2009 when Andrew Flintoff injured himself ahead of the Bridgetown Test. But following three ducks, Bopara had an abysmal start to his Test career. Amidst immense scrutiny, Bopara silenced his critics with three back-to-back tons- the fifth Englishman to achieve the feat.

However, inconsistent performances at the Test level meant Bopara was in and out of the side. He continued o thrive in limited-overs cricket, playing a crucial fifty in a low-scoring thriller against South Africa in the 2011 World Cup and nearly pulling off a sensational win for England in the final of the 2013 Champions Trophy.

Following an abysmal 2015 World Cup campaign, Bopara was dropped from England’s side and the ODI against Afghanistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground proved to be his last outing in English colours.

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Ravi Bopara Nickname: Ravi, Puppy Profession: England Cricketer (All-rounder) Biography Autobiography: NA Biopic: NA Physical Appearance Height (approx.): 5’10” Weight (approx.): 83 kg Eye Colour: Brown Hair Colour: Brown Tattoos: NA Personal Life Date of Birth: May 4, 1985 Age (as on 2018): 33 years Birth Place: Forest Gate, London, United Kingdom Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Aquarious Nationality: British School N/A College Brampton Manor Academy Educational Qualifications: NA Signature: NA

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Family Father: Charanjit Singh Bopara Mother: Unknown Sister: Unknown Brother Etinder Singh Bopara Coach/Mentor: NA Religion: Christianity Address: N/A

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Cricket Career International Debut: Test: December 01, 2007, vs Sri Lanka at Asgiriya Stadium ODI: February 02, 2007, vs Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground T201: June 13, 2008, vs New Zealand at Old Trafford, Manchester Jersey Number: #10 (England) Domestic/State Team: Essex, England Nature on the field: Calm Likes to Play against: Favourite stroke Pull Shot

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Career Turning Point


  • At the age of 17, Bopara managed to earn a proffessional contract with Essex where a slew of cnsistent performances with both bat and ball earmarked him as a potential talent for the future.
  • In January 2007, Bopara earned his national call-up after Kevin Pierterson sustained a rib-injury that ruled him out of the CB series in Australia.
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    Preferences Hobbies: Playing Golf Favourite Batsmen: Jacques Kallis Favourite Bowlers: N/A Favourite Football Team: N/A Favourite sports personalities: N/A Favourite Food: N/A Favourite Actors: NA Favourite Films: NA Favourite Musicians/Singers: NA Favourite TV Shows: NA Smoking/Alcohol: Not Known/ Yes

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    Style Quotient Cars Collection: NA

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    Girlfriends, Spouse and Children Marital Status: Married Affairs/Girlfriends: Emily Bopara Wife: Emily Bopara Marriage date: Children: N/A

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    Earnings Net Worth: NA IPL earnings: NA

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    Awards and recognitions


  • Bopara is one of the select few cricketers to rake up three hundreds in consecutive innings. He achieved the feat in the 2009 Test series against the West Indies.
  • Bopara is 22nd in the list of most runs in a List A innings. He scored a collossal 201 for Essex against Leicestershire in June, 2008.
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    Lesser Known Facts


  • Bopara is only the second Sikh cricketer to play for England after Monty Panesar.
  • Bopara’s 60 on a low-scoring turner at Chennai against the Proteas in the 2011 World Cup was instrumental in England’s win.
  • Ravi Bopara is one of the few cricketers to complete a double of 5000 T20 runs and 200 wickets.
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    Yash Mittal

    A cricket lover waiting for the next Indian cricket triumph!

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