Sarah Taylor Bio-Wiki, Age, Family, Husband, Net Worth and Cricketer

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Sarah Taylor Biography and Wiki

Sarah Taylor is an English professional cricketer who currently represents England. She is a wicketkeeper batswoman popularly known for her sweeping and pulling stroke play. She is an opening batswoman in one-day matches and in Tests as a middle-order batsman.

In 2017 she lifted the World cup trophy which was held in England. Sarah was also a member of the England team which claimed the victory over Australia in the Ashes in 2008.

Sarah Taylor Age and Birthday

She is 32 years old as of 2021. Sarah was born on May 20, 1989, in London, England.

Sarah Taylor Height

She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall. Blonde hair weighs 60 kgs and has hazel blue eyes.

Sarah Taylor Family

Her parents are not known to the public. Sarah has a sister sibling who is known as Beki Lock

Sarah Taylor Husband

According to her social media posts, Sarah is a single woman. She has never been in any romantic relationship before. Our team will update you more on her love life as soon as possible.

Sarah Taylor Net Worth

Her net worth ranges between $100,000 to $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from her career as a cricketer and one of the highest-paid in the English women’s team.

Sarah Taylor as a Cricketer | Career

Sarah made her debut as a Test player in her international career on 8 August 2006. And ODI debut on 16 August 2006 both was against India. On 1st September 2008, she became the youngest woman cricketer to score in One Day Internationals.

While she led her team to 10 wickets win by scoring 75 not out at Taunton in England against India. In June, she scored 120 in 2nd One Day International at Chelmsford, overtaking Enid Bakewell’s 118 in 1973 as the highest individual score against by an Englishwoman.

On 8 August 2008, she broke the record for the highest stands in women’s One Day International cricket by scoring 129. She had had the first wicket partnership of 268 with Caroline Atkins at Lord’s for England against South Africa.

In the Women’s World Cup semi-final 2017, she scored a brilliant half-century against South Africa which helped her team to reach the final. Sarah alongside Heather Knight, Natalie Sciver, and Anya Shrubsole helped their team to win the famous World Cup title.

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