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The super player in the cricket world is Jack Kallis and His International Career

"The greatest popular player of South Africa is Jacques Kallis and Career Achievement"



Jacques Henry Kallis
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Personal information
Full name Jacques Henry Kallis
Born 16 October 1975 (age 35)(1975-10-16)
Pinelands, Cape Town, South Africa
Nickname Jakes
Batting style Right-handed
Bowling style Right arm fast-medium
Role All-rounder
International information
National side South Africa
Test debut (cap 262) 14 December 1995 v England
Last Test 20 November 2010 v Pakistan
ODI debut (cap 38) 9 January 1996 v England
Last ODI 8 November 2010 v Pakistan
ODI shirt no. 3
Domestic team information
Years Team
1993 – present Western Province / Cape Cobras
1999 Glamorgan
1997 Middlesex
2008- Royal Challengers Bangalore
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI T20I
Matches 142 307 16
Runs scored 11,449 11,002 512
Batting average 55.84 45.84 34.13
100s/50s 38/54 17/80 0/4
Top score 201* 139 73
Balls bowled 18,097 10,270 186
Wickets 267 259 5
Bowling average 31.90 31.90 45.80
5 wickets in innings 5 2 0
10 wickets in match 0 n/a 0
Best bowling 6/54 5/30 2/20
Catches/stumpings 161/– 116/– 6/–
Source: Cricinfo, 26 November 2010

Jacques Henry Kallis (born 16 October 1975 in Pinelands, Cape Town, South Africa) is a South African cricketer. As an all-rounder he is a formidable right-handed batsman and fast-medium swingbowler. He is the only cricketer in the history of the game to hold more than 10,000 runs and 250 wickets in both one day and Test match cricket. From October-December 2007 he produced a streak of five centuries in four Test Matches; he has 38 in total. He was named Leading Cricketer in the World in the 2008 Wisden for his performances in 2007 in addition to being the "ICC Test Player of the Year" and ICC Player of the Year in 2005. He has been described by Kevin Pietersen and Daryll Cullinan as the greatest cricketer to play the game.
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The senior All-rounder (2008-present):

In 2008 more responsibility was placed on Kallis as an all-rounder due to the retirement of Shaun Pollock. Despite the pressure an all-rounder began to emerge in Wayne Parnell who did some good lower-order batting. Kallis endured an uncharacteristically poor 2008 with the bat, averaging well under thirty for much of it. Against the ninth-ranked Bangladesh, he averaged just 25.75 in four Test outings. He also played for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League, where he averaged 16.85 runs per innings with the bat and 55.5 runs per wicket with the ball at an economy rate of 9.65  in the 7 matches he played before he was dropped.

Injuries but continued greatness & records-

Kallis then participated on the tour of the West Indies in which he scored his 35th test cricket century. Kallis injured his neck during the 2010 Champions League Twenty20 playing for the Royal Challengers Bangalore he missed the Twenty20 and ODI series against Zimbabwe but returned for the ODI series against Pakistan in which he scored 66 before having to retire hurt with cramps. He did however manage to lay the foundations for an eight-wicket victory. In the same ODI Jacques Kallis scored his 129th ODI six. The most by a South African in the format. He overtook the record from Herschelle Gibbs. Kallis however did pickup an injury and was a doubtful starter for the second ODI. In December 2010, On the 3rd day of the first test against India Kallis scored his maiden double century finishing on 201* not out.


He is very happy in his won career he always try to do better something in his game so this is help to him get anything from any where.

Home and away series against Australia (2008–09):

South Africa toured Australia for a three-match Test series and five-match ODI series starting in December 2008. The tourists had a successful 9–2 Test win-loss ratio in 2008; however, Australia had just come off a 2–0 away series defeat against India, and had a 5–3 ratio for the calendar year. Prior to the series, Kallis had a batting average of 38.32 in 18 Tests against the number one ranked team, substantially lower than his overall average of 55.06. In spark of an average of 124.50 in 12 Tests against lowly ranked Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, former Australia fast-bowler Rodney Hogg labeled the all-rounder "a flat-track bully, who dishes it out to the minnows like Bangladesh and Zimbabwe but goes missing against the Australians." In the First Test starting on 17 December, Kallis scored 63 in South Africa's first innings, before he was dismissed by Mitchell Johnson, in the midst of a bowling spell consisting of 5/2 in 20 balls. After failing to make a breakthrough in Australia's first innings, Kallis took 3/24 in their second, while completing four catches in the match. He then scored 57, while being involved in a 124 run partnership with AB de Villiers, as South Africa chased down 414, the second-highest fourth-innings run-chase in Test history. In the second Test in Melbourne starting on Boxing Day, Kallis struggled to be potent in Australia's first innings, taking 1/55. While making a start in his teams first dig, he managed only 26, before taking 2/57 when the home-side batted again. Chasing just 183, Kallis was not required to bat, as South Africa completed their first Test series victory in Australia. In Australia's 103 run Third Test victory in Sydney, Kallis struggled, taking 1/54 and 0/13 with the ball, while scoring 37 and four with the bat.



The win was South Africa's 11th in a year in which they drew with India in India, defeated England in England, Australia in Australia and also recorded series wins over West Indies and Bangladesh. Kallis featured in all of those matches and remains an integral part of the champion side's set-up.


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Scholarship Foundation-

The Jacques Kallis Scholarship Foundation was established in Kallis' benefit year with the aim of combining the academic and life skills programmes of existing school structures with funding and mentoring support from Jacques Kallis. In so doing, the Foundation with its partners, hopes to provide talented youngsters from all walks of life the opportunity to reach their full sporting and academic potential .

Currently, the Jacques Kallis Scholarship Foundation sponsors 2 boys from Pretoria Boys High School, 2 from Maritzburg College and 2 from Selborne College. Jacques Kallis partakes in annual fundraising events for his Foundation, to which he invites fellow South African celebrities and cricketers like Mark Boucher and Andre Nel.

 

Test Centuries Of Jacques Kallis-


Jacques Kallis's Test Centuries

Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Year
[1] 101 7  Australia Melbourne, Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground 1997
[2] 132 17  England Manchester, England Old Trafford 1998
[3] 110 23  West Indies Cape Town, South Africa Sahara Park Newlands 1999
[4] 148* 26  New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand AMI Stadium 1999
[5] 115 29  Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club 1999
[6] 105 33  England Cape Town, South Africa Sahara Park Newlands 2000
[7] 160 40  New Zealand Bloemfontein, South Africa Basin Reserve 2000
[8] 157* 51  Zimbabwe Harare, Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club 2001
[9] 189* 52  Zimbabwe Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Bulawayo Athletic Club 2001
[10] 139* 62  Bangladesh Potchefstroom, South Africa North West Cricket Stadium 2002
[11] 105 65  Pakistan Durban,South Africa Sahara Stadium Kingsmead 2002
[12] 158 72  West Indies Johannesburg, South Africa Wanderers Stadium 2003
[13] 177 73  West Indies Durban, South Africa Sahara Stadium Kingsmead 2003
[14] 130* 74  West Indies Cape Town, South Africa Sahara Park Newlands 2004
[15] 130* 75  West Indies Centurion, South Africa SuperSport Park 2004
[16] 150* 76  New Zealand Hamilton, New Zealand Seddon Park 2004
[17] 121 82  India Kolkata, India Eden Gardens 2004
[18] 162 84  England Durban, South Africa Sahara Stadium Kingsmead 2004
[19] 149 85  England Cape Town, South Africa Sahara Park Newlands 2005
[20] 136* 87  England Centurion, South Africa SuperSport Park 2005
[21] 109* 90  West Indies Georgetown, Guyana Bourda 2005
[22] 147 93  West Indies St John's, Antigua Antigua Recreation Ground 2005
[23] 111 96  Australia Sydney, Australia Sydney Cricket Ground 2006
[24] 114 98  Australia Cape Town, South Africa Sahara Park Newlands 2006
[25] 155 108  Pakistan Karachi, Pakistan National Stadium 2007
[26] 100*
[27] 107* 109  Pakistan Lahore, Pakistan Gaddafi Stadium 2007
[28] 186 110  New Zealand Johannesburg, South Africa Wanderers Stadium 2007
[29] 131 111  New Zealand Centurion, South Africa SuperSport Park 2007
[30] 132 118  India Ahmedabad, India Sardar Patel Stadium 2008
[31] 102 131  Australia Cape Town, South Africa Sahara Park Newlands 2009
[32] 120 132  England Centurion, South Africa SuperSport Park 2009
[33] 108 134  England Cape Town, South Africa Sahara Park Newlands 2010
[34] 173 136  India Nagpur, India VCA Stadium 2010
[35] 110 139  West Indies Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis Warner Park 2010
[36] 135 141  Pakistan Dubai, United Arab Emirates Dubai International Cricket Stadium 2010
[37] 105 142  Pakistan Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium 2010
[38] 201* 143  India Centurion, South Africa SuperSport Park 2010

 

 One Day International Centuries-

Jacques Kallis's One Day International Centuries

Runs Match Against City/Country Venue Year
[1] 111 32  New Zealand Perth, Australia WACA Ground 1998
[2] 109* 37  Pakistan Durban, South Africa Sahara Stadium Kingsmead 1998
[3] 113* 50  Sri Lanka Dhaka, Bangladesh Bangabandhu National Stadium 1998
[4] 100 59  New Zealand Dunedin, New Zealand Carisbrook 1999
[5] 100 64  New Zealand Auckland, New Zealand Eden Park 1999
[6] 100* 117  Sri Lanka Paarl, South Africa Boland Bank Park 2001
[7] 107 123  West Indies St George's, Grenada Queen's Park 2001
[8] 104* 141  Australia Perth, Australia WACA Ground 2002
[9] 107 175  England London, England The Oval 2003
[10] 125* 176  Zimbabwe Canterbury, England St Lawrence Ground 2003
[11] 109* 186  West Indies Cape Town, South Africa Sahara Park Newlands 2004
[12] 139 190  West Indies Johannesburg, South Africa Wanderers Stadium 2004
[13] 101 201  Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Lanka Sinhalese Sports Club Ground 2004
[14] 119 239  India Durban, South Africa Sahara Stadium Kingsmead 2006
[15] 128* 248  Netherlands Basseterre, St Kitts Warner Park 2007
[16] 121* 272  West Indies Port Elizabeth, South Africa St George's Park 2008
[17] 104 298  India Ahmedabad, India Sardar Patel Stadium 2010

  Rankings-

Jacques Kallis has achieved the following career best rankings in the Cricket ratings as determined by the International Cricket Council 3:
  • Test Batting: career best 1st; career high points 935
  • Test Bowling: career best 6th; career high points 742
  • Test All-rounders: career best 1st; career high points 615
  • ODI Batting: career best 1st; career high points 817
  • ODI Bowling: career best 11th; career high points 641
  • ODI All-rounders: career best 1st




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