Age: Steve Smith is 31 years old (as in 2020).
Date of Birth: February 17, 1989.
Home Town: Sydney.
Cricketer Steve Smith’s full name is ‘Steven Peter Devereux Smith’ and nickname Smithy, a great genius for Australia. He is representing Australia in all the formats of cricket and has been the former captain of the Australia Cricket team. Steve Smith is an excellent player in every format of cricket, I mean Test, ODI, T20 matches. He is giving his services for the Australian Cricket Team as well as New South Wales and Sydney Sixers for the domestic season. In the start, his role in the team as an all-rounder, but now he is just playing as a batsman in the Australia cricket team. Although, Smith could bowl leg-spin as well. Below you can find the age, wife, height, affair, and full Biography of Steve Smith.
Family and Early life
The age of Steve Smith is 31 years old, He was born on 2 June 1989 in Sydney, Australia. according to his father, Being a baby boy he was very naughty. Steve Smith’s father Peter is an Australian and his mother belongs to England. Smith also started a cricket career from England and later on moved to Australia.
Steve Smith put the first feather to his success cap at the 2008 KFC Big Bash Tournament where he proved his skills by becoming a leading wicket-taker. He then went on to win the Twenty20 championship in 2009 where he played for the team of New South Wales. In 2011-12, Australian T20 got replaced by a city-based Big Bash League with eight teams. He got his place in Sydney Sixers where is got a chance to show his captaincy skill by filling the place of captain ‘Brad Haddin’, who had to perform his Test duties.
International Cricket Career
Steve Smith starts his journey as an international player in 2010. He played his debut match as an international cricketer against Pakistan at Melbourne in T20 international match in February 2010. In the same month, he also made his debut as a one-day international(ODI) player playing in the 5th match of the series against West Indies at Melbourne. In the same year, Smith also made his debut in a Test match at ‘Lords’ where he played both the Tests against Pakistan. Smith placed himself as a good bowler. Steve once again caught everyone’s attention by demonstrating yet another talent of being an excellent fielder in 2010 when he took some outstanding catches.
Education of Steve Smith
Steve Smith did early education at ‘Menai High School’. The main reason behind dropping from high school was cricket.
2015: McGilvray Medal, Allan Border Medal, ICC Player of the Year, ICC Test Player of the Year, Wisden Cricketers Of The Year
2014: McGilvray Medal Smith then became the occupant of the 6th place as a batsman when he played 2010-11 ‘Ashes Series’. He scored two half-centuries(50) in the series. March 2013, Smith has become a permanent player as a batsman in the Test team. He scored his first superb Test century in the 2013 Ashes series in England. He became the 6th Australian cricketer to achieve the first Test century with a six.
Cricketer Steve Smith was made vice-captain of the Australian team on 15 December 2014. He then became the captain of the team for the 2nd Test match against India at ‘Gabba’. In June 2015, Steve became the most popular and youngest player to reach the number 1 test batsman ranking in ICC. He became the full-time captain of our team after the retirement of Michael Clarke in 2015.
His Height 5 ft 9 inches (175 cm) and Weight 78 Kg. and his Body Measurements are 42-33-13 Inches.
Affair & Marriage
Steve Smith has a very beautiful girlfriend name ‘Dani Willis’ and has been dating her since 2011. Lovely ‘Dani Willis’ is a Commerce student and studied at ‘Macquarie University’. Dani Willis and Steve Smith are live a very loving and happy life together. Both are keen on horse riding and like horse racing.
Hobbies of Steve Smith are Photography, watching tennis, rugby, scuba & baseball.
The total Income of Smith is around it $9 Million (AUD).
Steve isn’t like drinking on triumphs as many other Aussies do.
He has also keen on the Tennis and Roger Federer is his favorite player.
Shane Warne has trained him in his early cricket career.
Smith won the prestigious Allan Border Medal in 2015.