Christopher James Green or well known as Chris Green is a South African born Australian cricketer who plays for the Australian national teams. It was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders ahead of the 2020 Indian Premier League for Rs. 20 lakhs.
Chris Green was born on Friday, October 1, 1993 (toge 27 years; from 2020) in Durban, Natal, South Africa. Her zodiac sign is Libra. Chris started playing cricket at a very young age and in college, he played for his college teams before entering the field of cricket professionally. Chris bowls with his right arm out of play and is a right-handed hitter, making him an all-rounder for the team.
Height (Approx.): 6 ′ 3 ″
Eye color: Green Moss
Hair color: blond
Fathers and brothers
Chris Green belongs to a family with a sports background. Chris’s father, Warren Green, was a tennis player who played at Wimbledon and his mother’s name is Lisa Green. Chris has an older brother, Cameron Green.
Chris Green’s girlfriend is Bella Wagschall and they have been dating for over four years.
After playing for his varsity team, Chris began playing professional cricket for the national teams, New South Wales and Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League from 2014 onwards. Chris made his debut for the Sydney Thunder in the final round of season 4 of the Big Bash League. In addition to the Australian national teams, Green also played for the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Caribbean Premier League and played for the Multan Sultans in Pakistan. Super League. During the 2020 IPL auction, Kolkata Knight Riders bought Chris Green for Rs. 20 lakhs.
Facts / Trivia
- Chris Green played for the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the 2018 Big Bash League. In the 2020 season he was named team captain.
- Chris Green signed the longest contract in Sydney Thunder history as he decided to stay with the team until the end of Big Bash League season 13.
- Chris Green played his debut IPL match against Kings XI Punjab. Chris was added to the playing team after roulette, Sunil Narine was denounced and warned by the referees for using an illegal action during bowling. Due to the report, Sunil Narine was unable to play the next two games.
- In January 2020, referees reported Chris Green for using an illegal action during a Big Bash League match. After the report, he was banned from bowling for 90 days in any match that was sanctioned by Cricket Australia.
- In his spare time, Chris Green enjoys spending his time playing golf or swimming.