Which is Joe Root’s Shoe Size? All Body Measurements!
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Joe Root is an English cricketer who is currently the captain of the England Test team. Root joined Yorkshire in 2009 and made his Test debut in December 2012. In July 2013, Root became the youngest English player to score an Ashes century at Lord’s when he made 180 in the second Test of the home series against Australia. He became top ranked Test batsmen in the world for the first time on August 6, 2015. As of 4 August 2019, Root has scored 16 centuries in both ODIs and Tests. Born Joseph Edward Root on December 30, 1990 in Dore, Sheffield, UK, to parents Helen and Matt Root, he was raised in Dore, Sheffield. His younger brother, Billy, plays cricket for Glamorgan. Root attended King Ecgbert School, Sheffield and later went to Sheffield Collegiate CC, where he learnt his game. On December 1, 2018, Root married his longtime girlfriend Carrie Cotterell in Sheffield. They have a son together.
Body Statistics Table
Joe Root's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|1.83 m, 6′0″ (feet & inches)
|70 kg, 154 pounds
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Joe Root Inspirational Quotes
"I just want to represent England whether it is in the middle, at the top or wherever. If it means opener then great but I'm not too fussed about it. I just want to be in the side."
"You have to enjoy winning and being part of a successful team, just being a young bloke. But at the same time you want to be back page and not front page news and be spoken about for your cricket and contributing to winning rather than getting it wrong on a night out."
"I just love playing for England, whether it's opening or middle order."
"Whenever I go through any sort of bad patch, I remind myself that part of the game of cricket is God testing you."
"You turn up to an Ashes series and put everything you can into it."