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Jofra Archer And His Family
Jofra Archer is a Barbadian-born English cricketer representing England and Sussex. In April 2019, Archer was selected to play for the England team in limited-overs fixtures against Ireland and Pakistan. Jofra Archer has rapidly become one of the most exciting young allrounders in English cricket. Born in Barbados to an English father and Bajan mother, the possibility of his inclusion in England’s 2019 World Cup squad became the subject of much speculation in the run-up to the tournament. Changes to the ECB’s qualification rules led to him becoming eligible after three years of residency – rather than the expected seven – and he was quickly given his chance at the international level.
Jofra Archer was born in Middle class, Christian family. His Father’s name is Frank Archer, His Mother’s name is Joelle Waithe.
Age, Physical Appearance, and Height
Jofra Archer was born on 1 April 1995, and according to the calculation, her current age is 27 years.
Let’s Talk about his Height, Weight & Physical Status as the main things for the Cricket Industry. Fans also attract the Height, Weight & Physical Status of Jofra Archer is 182 cm and 1.82 m and feet inches- 6′ 0″. His weight is in kilograms- 80 kg. Weight.
Jofra Archer has a Waist Size of 30 Inches and a chest of 42 Inches, And biceps of 14 Inches. he has Black colour hair and Black colour eyes. Besides this, he is wearing shoe size 11.
As I know, every Jofra Archer fans want to know about Jofra Archer’s education. Jofra Archer did his schooling at Hilda Skeene Primary School, Christ Church Foundation. His college name is Dulwich College.
Jofra Archer is the latest sensation on that List, although it’s the Caribbean’s loss that the youngster will not be representing his own country. This wasn’t expected at all, considering that Archer showed a lot of promise during his growing stage in Barbados and even went on to represent the U-19 West Indies side.
As a youngster, he played for the West Indies U19 team when he began his journey as a professional cricketer. After he crossed the age limit for U19 cricket, he moved to England to play in the County Championship and make a name for himself.
He was picked by the Sussex cricket team and made his First-Class debut in 2016. A couple of weeks later, he also made his List A debut in the Royal London One-Day Cup. He played well for them and was picked by the Khulna Titans in the Bangladesh Premier League in the 2017 edition.
IPL and other T20 Leagues Career
He had a good BPL 2017 for the Titans. He picked up 10 wickets and scored 87 runs in 9 innings. His batting strike rate was a whopping 164.15. Due to his performances in this tournament and domestic cricket, he bagged a BBL contract with the Hobart Hurricanes in the same year.
After finishing his stint with the Titans, he debuted for the Hurricanes in the Big Bash League 2017/18. He played in all 12 matches and was their highest wicket-taker. He picked 16 wickets at a strike rate of fewer than 3 overs. He was the only bowler for the ‘Men In Purple’ to bowl a maiden over in the tournament.
He then participated in another T20 league, the Pakistan Super League. He played for the Quetta Gladiators in 2018. He got to play only 2 games but still picked up 5 wickets at an economy of 6.62. By then, he had grabbed the attention of the scouts of the biggest T20 league in the world, the IPL.
He played his first match in the Indian Premier League for the Rajasthan Royals in 2018. They had spent £8,00,000 (approximately 72,144,800 INR) on the 22-year-old. He had the value for money as he ended up as their highest wicket-taker with 15 wickets in 10 innings at a strike rate of just 15.53.
He continued his form in BBL 2018/19 as he once again ended up as the highest wicket-taker for the Hurricanes. He picked up 18 wickets in 15 games.
He showed a bit of a dip in form in the next IPL. He could manage only 11 wickets in 11 matches in the 2019 edition as the Royals finished at the penultimate position.
The ECB had a rule that a player who has moved to England after the age of 18 could represent England in international cricket only after living in the country for at least 7 years. Therefore, Archer was not eligible to play until 2022. However, because of his performance, as mentioned earlier, the ECB was prompted to make changes to the rules to make him available for the World Cup 2019.
As a result, Archer made his international debut against Ireland in Dublin in May 2019. He picked up 1/40 and began his ODI career on a good note. England cricket team won the match by 4 wickets after chasing 199.
A couple of days later, he made his T20I debut against Pakistan at Cardiff. The visitors scored 173 batting first. Archer took 2/29 in his 4 overs. England chased down the target with 7 wickets and 7 balls to spare.
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 started in a few days, and Archer hit the ground running. He was the third-highest wicket-taker in the tournament and the highest for England. He picked 20 wickets in just 11 matches. He also bowled the all-important super over of the most dramatic World Cup Final. ECB’s decision to change the rules proved crucial as England won their first-ever World Cup trophy at the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground in London. After the tournament ended, the ICC named him the rising star of the squad.
Just 3 weeks after the Final, Archer made his Test debut in the 2nd Ashes Test at Lord’s. It was a low-scoring encounter as England scored 258 twice, and Australia chased down 267 in the second innings with 4 wickets in hand. Archer scored 12 runs in the first innings. He picked up 2/59 and 3/32 in both innings. He played the subsequent three Tests and reached a total of 22 wickets in 4 Tests, including a couple of five-wicket hauls.
After the series ended, Archer earned his first central contract from the ECB.
Jofra Archer’s net worth is reported to be around $5 million or 35 crores in Indian Rupees. He has earned his net worth through endorsements, a playing career, etc. Jofra Archer gets paid around £7,00,000 (Rs. 7.2 crores) per year for representing the England National team.
To add to this, he plays T20 franchise cricket for multiple worldwide teams, earning approximately 12-14 crores annually just in franchise fees. He used to earn 7.2 crores with the Rajasthan Royals but will now earn 8 crores with the Mumbai Indians from 2022.
Jofra Archer Endorses Adidas currently. As per reports, the bowler reportedly has one of the most significant contracts (among cricketers) with the German sports brands.
- Jofra Archer came into the limelight last year during the County season and the T20 Blast, where he brought his exceptional capabilities to the fore.
- Jofra Archer is set to be England eligible under new criteria.
- Jofra Archer was born in Barbados to an English father. Still, he did not arrive in the United Kingdom until after his 18th birthday in 2015, necessitating a seven-year residency period under the previous regulations.
- Jofra Archer could play for England next year after the ECB changes residency rules.
- Jofra Archer played for West Indies Under-19s three times in 2014 but has signalled his intention to make himself available to England once his residency period is complete.
- Jofra Archer has an English father and British passport but initially was not eligible to play for England until the winter of 2022.
- Jofra Archer has rapidly become one of the most exciting rookie allrounders in English county cricket.
Jofra Archer Awards :
- Most Valuable player award.
- Debutant of the year.
- Best International newcomer of the year.
- Sportsman of the year.
- Man of the match award.
The Englishman currently owns a Range Rover in his garage, as per reports. Apart from this, not much is known about Archer’s car collection.