Alex Hales Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Family, Wiki, Net Worth

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Alex Hales Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Family, Wiki, Net Worth: Alexander Daniel Hale is an English cricketer. He is a right-handed opening batsman who currently plays for Nottinghamshire and the England cricket team. He made his One Day International debut against India in August 2014 and his Test cricket debut against South Africa in December 2015. Hales is the first and to date only English batsman to score a T20I century. He is also the first batsman to be dismissed for 99 in an ODI and a T20I.

ParentsFather : Gary Hales, Mother : Lisa HalesAlex Hales Date of BirthTuesday 3rd of January 1989Birth PlaceHillingdon, London, EnglandReal NameAlexander Daniel HalesNick NameNot KnownAlex Hales Age32 years old (as of 2021)ProfessionEnglish CricketerPhysical Stats & MoreHeight in centimeters196 cmHeight in meters1.96 mHeight in feet6ft 4 inWeight in KgNot KnownWeight in PoundsNot KnownBody MeasurementsNot KnownEye ColorBlackHair ColorBlackInternational Team InformationTest Debut 26 December 2015 v South AfricaLast Test11 August 2016 v PakistanODI debut27 August 2014 v IndiaLast ODI4 September 2016 v PakistanT20I debutNot KnownLast T20INot KnownJersey Number2Domestic Team InformationDomestic/State Team2008 – Prsent : Nottinghamshire2013 : Melbourne Renegades2013 – 2014 : Adelaide Strikers2014 – 2015 : Hobart HurricanesIPL Team2015 : Mumbai IndiansFactsNature on fieldAggressiveLikes to Play AgainstNot KnownFavourite shotsNot KnownCareer Turning PointNot KnownPersonal InformationNationalityEnglishHometownHillingdon, London, EnglandSchoolWestbrook Hay School,
BuckinghamshireChesham High School,
BuckinghamshireCollegeNot KnownEducational QualificationNot KnownFamilyAlex Hales FatherGary HalesAlex Hales MotherLisa HalesFavorite ThingsFavourite CricketerNot KnownFavourite Cricket GroundNot KnownFavourite ActorNot KnownFavourite ActressNot KnownFavourite FilmNot KnownFavourite FoodNot KnownFavourite MusicianNot KnownFavourite ColorNot KnownFavourite DestinationNot KnownGirls, Family and moreNot KnownMarital StatusNot KnownFirst CrushNot KnownAffairs/GirlFirndsNot KnownMoney FactorSalaryNot KnownAlex Hales Net worth$3 millionAlex Hales Social MediaFacebookfacebook.com/alexhalesofficialInstagraminstagram.com/alexhales1Twittertwitter.com/alexhales1

Career and Lifestyle Info:

Hales first came to national attention in 2005 when, as a sixteen-year-old, he hit 55 off a single over (three no-balls, eight sixes, one four) in a Cricket Idol T20 tournament at Lords. Ironically, he had been picked for his fast bowling ability. Hales first represented Buckinghamshire in Minor Counties cricket during the 2006 season, and played for MCC Young Cricketers in the Second XI Championship of 2007.

Hales represented England U19s in the summer of 2008 in a series of youth Test matches and ODIs against a touring New Zealand U19’s, enjoying a successful time averaging 50 in the Tests and over 30 in the ODIs, including 3 half centuries. After just one season on the county circuit he was named in an England Performance Programme squad in the 09/10 winter. In the 2011 summer he was selected for the England Lions against Sri Lanka and was chosen for all the matches.

Alex Hales Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Family, Wiki, Net Worth

On 14 March 2015, Hales signed for Mumbai Indians for the final match of the regular season and the knockout stages replacing injured Corey Anderson. However he ended his short stint without making a single appearance for the side.

After going unsold at the 2018 IPL Auction, on 31 March 2018, it was announced that Hales would join Sunrisers Hyderabad for the 2018 season replacing David Warner. Hales made his IPL debut against Rajasthan Royals on 29th April 2018 and scored 45. On 1 December 2018, Hales hit a record 87 not out off just 32 balls playing for Maratha Arabians.

In 2019 in the Bangladesh Premier League on 25 January 2019 Alex struck his first BPL century off 47 balls for the Rangpur Riders.

Alex Hales Family and Personal Info:

Hales was born in Hillingdon and attended both Westbrook Hay School and Chesham High School (now Chesham Grammar School) in Buckinghamshire. His father Gary broke several local batting records (including 321 not out for Gerrards Cross versus Chalfont St Peter in a limited overs league match) while his grandfather Dennis was a talented tennis player who once forced Rod Laver to five sets at Wimbledon. His mother is Lisa Hales.