KANE WILLIAMSON BIOGRAPHY
|FULL NAME||Kane Stuart Williamson|
|NICKNAME||Kiwi Kane, Hurricane, Steady The Ship, Master Kiwi, Blackcaps Master|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Tauranga, New Zealand|
|BORN||8 August 1990|
|HEIGHT||5 ft 8 in (173 cm)|
|EYE COLOUR||Light Blue|
|BOWLING STYLE||Right-arm off-break|
|BROTHER||Logan Williamson (Twin|
|HOBBIES||Listening to music, Travelling, Playing the Guitar, Cooking|
|SCHOOL||Tauranga Boys’ College, New Zealand|
|KANE WILLIAMSON’S INSTAGRAM||@kane_s_w|
|KANE WILLIAMSON’S FACEBOOK||@KaneWillTrain|
|KANE WILLIAMSON’S TWITTER||@KaneWiliamson|
KANE WILLIAMSON’S NEWS
TABLE OF CONTENT
- KANE WILLIAMSON BIOGRAPHY
- KANE WILLIAMSON’S NEWS
- INTERNATIONAL DEBUT OF KANE WILLIAMSON
- TEAMS KANE WILLIAMSON PLAYED IN
- KANE WILLIAMSON RECORDS
- KANE WILLIAMS AWARDS
- WIFE OF KANE WILLIAMSON
- FAVOURITES OF KANE WILLIAMSON
- VIDEOS OF KANE WILLIAMSON
- SALARY OF KANE WILLIAMSON
- KANE WILLIAMSON HOUSE
- KANE WILLIAMSON BRAND ENDORSEMENTS
- KANE WILLIAMSON CARS
- PHOTO GALLERY
INTERNATIONAL DEBUT OF KANE WILLIAMSON
- ODI – 10 August 2010 vs India at Dambulla
- T20I – 15 October 2011 vs Zimbabwe at Harare
- Test – 4 November 2010 vs India at Ahmedabad
TEAMS KANE WILLIAMSON PLAYED IN
- New Zealand, Gloucestershire, Yorkshire, Northern Knights, Sunrisers Hyderabad, New Zealand A, Barbados Royals, Edmonton Royals, Birmingham Phoenix, Team Williamson, Gujarat Titans
KANE WILLIAMSON RECORDS
- Youngest centurion in New Zealand Cricket History – 20 years.
- Eighth New Zealand Cricketer to score a century on Test Debut.
- Third highest ever strike-rated century by a New Zealander in a One-Day International – 100* for 69 balls.
- Fifth-fastest batsman in the world and fastest New Zealander to score 3,000 runs.
- Most Test Runs for New Zealand in a calendar year – 1172 runs in 2015.
- Thirteenth batsman to score a test century against all test playing nations.
- First New Zealand cricketer to cross 900 rating points in the ICC Test batting rankings – 2018.
- Fastest New Zealand Cricketer to score 6,000 runs in test cricket.
- Fifth-most international runs by a batter in a calendar year- 2692 in 46 innings @ 65.65 with 14 50s and 8 100s in 2015.
- Fastest New Zealand batter to rack up 3000 (in 39 matches), 4000 (in 48 matches), 5000 (in 61 matches), 6000 (in 71 matches), 7000 Test runs (in 83 matches).
- Most runs (578) by a captain in a single edition of a 50-over World Cup.
- Most 50-plus scores for New Zealand in Tests: 57.
- Most Test runs for New Zealand in 2020- 498 in 6 innings @ 83.00 with 3 50+ scores.
- Most Test runs for New Zealand in 2021- 395 in 7 innings @ 65.83 with 2 50+ scores.
- Most Test centuries (24) by a New Zealand batter.
- Joint-highest individual scorer in a T20 World Cup final: 85 off 48 vs Australia in Dubai, 2021.
- 2nd most international runs by a New Zealand batter across formats. His tally of 15889 runs (in 381 innings) is only rivaled by Ross Taylor, who scored 18199 in 510 innings between 2006-22.
- 2nd most Test wins by a New Zealand skipper- 22 wins in 40 games.
- Fastest Kiwi to rack up 6000 ODI runs (and third fastest overall).
- Joint-most double-centuries for New Zealand in Tests- 4.
KANE WILLIAMS AWARDS
- IPL Orange Cap for scoring most runs in 2018 – 735.
- Named in the IPL XI of the tournament by Cricbuzz in 2018.
- Player of the Tournament- ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
- Captain of Team of the Tournament by Espncricinfo- ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
- Selected in the 2nd XI of the 2014 ICC World T20 Cup by ESPNCricinfo.
- Named in the Test XI of the year by Cricbuzz – 2014.
- T20 Player of the Year by NZC for the 2014-15 season.
- ‘Team of the Tournament’ by Cricinfo and Cricbuzz – ICC T20 World Cup 2016.
- NZ player of the year- 2016.
- Test player of the year- 2016
- Redpath Cup for top batsman in first class cricket -2015,2016.
- World Test XI by the ICC – 2016.
- Sir Richard Hadlee Medal – 2015-16 and 2016-17.
- Named 12th man in the ‘Team of the Tournament’ at the 2017 Champions Trophy by the ICC and Cricinfo.
- World Test XI by the ICC – 2018.
- Named captain of the Test XI by ESPNCricinfo – 2018.
- Named in the Test XI by Cricbuzz – 2018.
- Won the Orange Cap for his exploits with the bat in the 2018 IPL- 735 runs in 17 innings @ 52.5/142.4.
- Led the SunRisers Hyderabad to the final of IPL 2018 in his debut season as captain.
- Won ‘Player of the Tournament’ award for his 578 runs with the bat and brilliant captaincy that took New Zealand all the way to the 2019 World Cup final.
- Sir Richard Hadlee Medal for being adjudged the New Zealand Player of the Year 2019, 2020,
- New Zealand Test Player of the Year 2020.
- Captained New Zealand to the inaugural ICC World Test Championship title at the expense of India in June 2021.
- Named captain of the ICC Test XI of the Year 2021.
WIFE OF KANE WILLIAMSON
- Williamson has two children, a daughter and son with wife Sarah Raheem whom he met in 2015.
FAVOURITES OF KANE WILLIAMSON
|Film||Count of Monte Cristo and Redemption|
|Musician||Simon Webbe, Colbie, and Cat Stevens|
VIDEOS OF KANE WILLIAMSON
SALARY OF KANE WILLIAMSON
- Retainer Fee- $440,000 / 5.25 crores INR
- Test- $8,495 /INR 6.25 lakhs per game
- ODI- $3,682/ INR 2.7 lakhs per game
- T20I- $ 2407/ INR 1.8 lakhs per game
- IPL 2023 – INR 2 crore
- Annual Income- Rs. 14 Crore + (approx)
- Net Worth (Approx) – INR 75 crore
KANE WILLIAMSON HOUSE
Kane Williamson owns an elegant house in Tauranga, New Zealand. Rumours are there that he moved to Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.
He lives in Mount Maunganui, a famed white-sand beachside suburb of Tauranga, New Zealand. His house is very close to his childhood house where he grew up.
He also owns many properties in other countries. His house is expensive and values in crores.
KANE WILLIAMSON BRAND ENDORSEMENTS
- Seagram’s Royal Stag
- Nicholson Auto
- Holden Colorado
KANE WILLIAMSON CARS
|Holden Colorado||Costs $25,100 which is around 18.5 lakhs INR|
|Chrysler Grand Voyager||Costs $30,245 which is about 22.3 lakhs INR.|
|Holden Acadia LTZ-V||Costs $67,000 which is about 50 lakhs INR.|
|Nissan Pathfinder||Costs $40,000 which is about 30 lakhs INR.|
FAQs about Kane Williamson
No, Kane Williamson hasn’t announced retirement from any format of international cricket.
In December 2022.
Kane Williamson can be called the best captain in world cricket at the moment.
Williamson named Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar as his favourite cricketer, someone he watched playing while growing up.
Williamson has scored 28 Test and 13 ODI centuries.