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Kevin Pietersen Biography, DOB, Religion
- Real Name: Kevin Peter Pietersen
- Nickname: KP, Kev, The Ego, FIGJAM, Kelves and Kape
- Date of Birth: 27 June 1980
- Birthplace: Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
- Nationality: English
- Star Sign/ Zodiac Sign: Cancer
- Religion: Christian
- Professions/Occupation: Former England Cricketer (Batsman)
- Test Debut: 21 July 2005 vs Australia in London
- ODI Debut: 28 November 2004 vs Zimbabwe in Harare
- T20 Debut: 13 June 2005 vs Australia in Southampton
Family, Parents, Wife, Affairs
- Father Name: Jannie Pietersen
- Mother Name: Penny Pietersen
- Brother Name: Tony Pietersen, Greg Pietersen and Bryan Pietersen
- Sister Name: NA
- Marital Status: Married
- Wife/Spouse Name: Jessica Taylor (Singer and Model)
- Son Name: Dylan
- Daughter Name: Rosie
- Girlfriends: Jessica Taylor (Singer and Model)
- Height: (193 Centimeters), (1.93 meters), (6′ 4” Inches)
- Weight: (88 Kilograms), (194 Pounds)
- Chest Size: 44 Inches
- Waist Size: 36 Inches
- Biceps Size: 15 Inches
- Shoe Size: NA
- Eye Color: Black
- Hair Color: Black
Salary, Income, Collection
- Net Worth: 7.5 million
- Salary: NA
- Cars Collection: NA
- Bikes Collection: NA
Education, School, College
- Highest Qualification: NA
- School: NA
- College/ University: Maritzburg College, Pietermaritzburg
Cricketer Kevin Pietersen Contact Details
- Home Town: Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
- Current Location: NA
- Home Address: NA
- Phone Number: NA
- Email Id: NA
- Website: NA
- Instagram Profile: www.instagram.com/kp24/
- Facebook Profile:www.facebook.com/kevinpietersen/
- Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/kp24
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The tales of ‘Beefy’ Botham’s booze-fuelled bowling coup in Mumbai and Gibbs’ hangover masterclass at the Wanderers are the stuff of legend; Instances of such exceptional talent, that even the laws of nature surrender to them.
Kevin Pietersen, of South African descent, was a similar precocious talent, bringing such inconceivable skills and swagger back into the gentleman’s game for the first time since King Viv. Walking into the haughty world of English cricket, Kevin Pieterssen was the quintessential rebel; an outcast destination to play for a team that just didn’t hold with such brash nonsense.
KP had arrived.
Having cemented his spot in the side, Petersen continued to impress with decent numbers at home and away. He began the crowd with his signature switch-hit, changing his stance at the last moment and audaciously slog-sweeping Muttiah Muralitharan for sixes in the home series against Sri Lanka in 2006. Pietersen earned the distinction of scoring centuries in 3 consecutive innings in that tour.
Pietersen continued to pile on the runs at an alarming rate including a tally of 444 in the 2007 World Cup in just 9 games, earning him the nickname of the ‘shining’ in the team, ‘like a 100 watt bulb in a room full of’ candles’. Alas, however, a clash in ideologies between the captain, the coach and the larger-than-the-game Pietersen started to get ugly.
Adding another feather to his already-decorated cap, Pietersen delivered a man of the tournament winning performance in England’s 2010 World T20 victory in the Caribbean islands; a rare addition of an ICC trophy in their cabinet. Pietersen scored 248 runs at an average of 62, with a crucial 47 in the final.
The text message controversy followed Pietersen on the tour to South Africa, as he had allegedly sent South African players messages criticising his coach and captain. He went on to score a typically audacious 149, against a decorated South African attack, including 60 off 12 overs against Dale Steyn.
He was dropped from the 3rd Test (obviously due to off-field reasons) against the Proteas after failing to defend himself about the text messages and England subsequently went on to concede their number 1 ranking in the process. Pietersen, however, followed a re-integration process recommended by the ECB, and completed the process to be in contention for the tour of India.
English cricket would be thanking their stars, for had it not been for KP, they would not have had an away win to celebrate. England went on to edge India 2-1 in the 4-match Test series, delivering their first series win in the country since 1985, scoring a pivotal 186 on a rank-turner in Mumbai – one of his finest innings in alien conditions till date.
Pietersen’s batting started deteriorating in early 2013, with very few ins of note and rash dismissals. England’s 2013 Ashes thrashing Down Under, as they buckled under the furious pace of Mitchell Johnson, was followed by habitual top-scorer Kevin Pietersen getting the sack after having played his 100th Test in the series due to the need to reform the ‘team ethics and philosophy ‘ and a controversial England career was brought to an abrupt and unfortunate end.
Pietersen remains a valuable asset in franchise-based T20 cricket around the world and currently plays for the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League. He contributed handsomely in the 6th edition of the league scoring 268 runs in 8 matches at an average of 38.29 but a surprisingly low strike-rate of 128.
However, Pietersen remains a player who provides the psychological edge to the Stars and the remains the crucial X-factor player who has spent his entire life playing against the odds and – in his own words – ‘sitting back and laughing at them’. That innate KP-ness of the man set him apart from the rest.