About TK Curran
We are talking about 24 years old English lower middle order batsman of England cricket team. He is an all-rounder in the game with ability of being a right-arm fast-medium bowler and representing the England team in ODIs and Test matches. He has also played in Big Bash League for the Sydney Sixers and in Indian Premier League for Kolkata Knight Riders in season 2018-2019.
TK Curran was born on 12th March, 1995 in Cape Town, Western cape, South Africa as Thomas Kevin Curran to Kevin Curran. His father was a former Zimbabwe international cricketer and grandfather used to play as Rhodesian cricketer. He shares his childhood memories with two younger brothers; Ben and Sam Curran who are also playing professional cricket. He attended Springvale House, St. George’s College in Harare, Hilton College and Wellington College in England to complete his studies. He was noticed by former Surrey captain Ian Greig while playing school cricket and got an invitation to play Second XI in 2012 for the team.
He started his cricket career
playing for KwaZulu-Natal Inland, a South African first-class cricket team at Under-15, Under-17 and Under-19 level. Soon in 2012, he got invited by Surrey County Cricket Club making his senior debut against Essex in List A match in 2013 followed by his first class debut in 2014 against Cambridge University. Before his first class debut he also played against Scotland in one-day game in 2013 taking 5 for 34. In 2015 he got selected for the England performance programme squad making it to the Young Cricketer of the Year title given away by Cricket Writer’s club on his performance. He has played for more than 50 first class games for Surrey based on his batting ability. In 2017, he got the opportunity to go for Twenty20 series against South Africa scoring 33 runs and taking 3 wickets. Further he maintained his position for the England’s ODI squad playing against West Indies. This was also the year for his Test debut for Ashes series in Australia that brought him the record of being the third England bowler to miss out on a maiden test wicket because of a no-ball after Ben Stokes and Mark Wood. Recently, he got selected in the England’s squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.
He is currently single and unmarried.
It is estimated to be around $1 M-$2 M approximately.