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Jason Roy Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Jason Roy Quick Info
Height 6 ft
Weight 76 kg
Date of Birth July 21, 1990
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Spouse Elle Moore

Jason Roy is an English professional cricketer who has represented his country primarily in the limited-overs versions of the sport (ODIs and T20Is), as an opening batsman. Between July and September 2019, he had also played 5 test matches for England. He was an integral member of the English squad that won the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, the first time that England had achieved the feat. In the English domestic circuit, he has played for Surrey County Cricket Club (2008–Present) across all 3 formats.

Born Name

Jason Jonathan Roy

Nick Name

J-Roy

Jason Roy as seen in an Instagram Post in April 2019
Jason Roy as seen in an Instagram Post in April 2019 (Jason Roy / Instagram)

Sun Sign

Cancer

Born Place

Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Residence

London, England, United Kingdom

Nationality

English

 

Education

Jason, after his family had moved to England from South Africa when he was 10 years old, had attended The Hawthorns School, in Bletchingley, Surrey. He had later studied at the Whitgift School in South Croydon, London.

He had taken A-level examinations in sports science and business in 2008 and was offered a seat at the St. Mary’s University College in Twickenham, London. He had, however, turned down the opportunity to focus on a cricket career.

Occupation

Professional Cricketer

Jason Roy as seen in an Instagram Post in September 2019
Jason Roy as seen in an Instagram Post in September 2019 (Jason Roy / Instagram)

Family

  • Father – Craig Roy
  • Mother – Chonell Roy
  • Siblings – Kristan Roy (Younger Sister)
  • Others – Shane Snater (Cousin) (Professional Cricketer)

Manager

He is represented by Footprint Sports & Entertainment, Talent Management Agency, London, England, United Kingdom.

Batting

Right-Handed

Bowling

Right-Arm Medium

Role

Opening Batsman

Jersey Number

  • 20 – Test Match, One Day International (ODI), T20 International (T20I), Surrey County Cricket Club (English Domestic Cricket), Gujarat Lions (IPL), Delhi Daredevils (IPL), Sylhet Sixers (BPL), Perth Scorchers (BBL)
  • 10 – Nelson Mandela Bay Giants (MSL)

Build

Athletic

Height

6 ft or 183 cm

Weight

76 kg or 167.5 lbs

Girlfriend / Spouse

Jason has dated –

  1. Elle Moore (2017-Present) – Jason got married to Elle Moore aka Elle Winter in October 2017. They have a daughter together named Everly (b. March 2019).

Jason Roy and Elle Moore, as seen in February 2020
Jason Roy and Elle Moore, as seen in February 2020 (Jason Roy / Instagram)

Race / Ethnicity

White

Hair Color

Light Brown

Eye Color

Hazel

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Toned physique
  • Affable Smile
  • Short-cropped, side-parted hair
  • Often sports a light stubble

Brand Endorsements

He has been sponsored by the sports footwear and apparel brand New Balance UK.

Jason Roy as seen in an Instagram Post in October 2019
Jason Roy as seen in an Instagram Post in October 2019 (Jason Roy / Instagram)

Jason Roy Facts

  1. In June 2016, Jason and Alex Hales had put together an unbeaten partnership of 256 runs in an ODI against Sri Lanka. This was the then highest successful run chase without losing a wicket in ODIs.
  2. In June 2017, in a match against South Africa, he became the first player in T20I history to be given out for obstructing the field.
  3. As of March 2021, he had held the record for the highest individual ODI score by an English batsman. He had achieved the feat when he had scored 180 in a match against Australia on January 14, 2018.
  4. Among the most destructive opening batsmen in the modern era, in the limited-overs formats of the sport, he has been featured in franchise-based T20 leagues around the world, turning out for Chittagong Kings (2012–2013) and Sylhet Sixers (2019) in the BPL (Bangladesh Premier League); Sydney Thunder (2014-15), Sydney Sixers (2016-17–2017-18), and Perth Scorchers (2020-21) in the BBL (Big Bash League); Lahore Qalandars (2017) and Quetta Gladiators (2018, 2020) in the PSL (Pakistan Super League); Gujarat Lions (2017) and Delhi Daredevils (2018) in the IPL (Indian Premier League); and Nelson Mandela Bay Giants (2018–2019) in the MSL (Mzansi Super League).

Featured Image by Jason Roy / Instagram

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