Full Name Thomas William Maxwell Latham
Profession New Zealand Cricketer (Batsman, Wicket-attendant)
Physical Stats and More
Tallness (approx.) in centimeters-170 cm
in meters-1.70 m
in feet inches-5′ 7″
Weight (approx.) in kilograms-70 kg
in pounds-154 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.) -Chest: 38 inches
- Waist: 30 inches
- Biceps: 12 inches
Eye Colour Light Green
Hair Colour Brown
Universal Debut ODI-3 February 2012 versus Zimbabwe in Dunedin
Test-14 February 2014 versus India in Wellington
T20-30 June 2012 versus West Indies in Florida
Jersey Number # 48 (New Zealand)
Residential/State Team Scotland, Canterbury, Canterbury Second XI, Canterbury Under-19s, Durham second XI
• While playing against Sri Lanka in 2013, Latham built an enormous association of 93 keeps running with Luke Ronchi, in a downpour diminished match. New Zealand were four down right off the bat in the pursuit of 203 keeps running in only 23 overs. Latham was given Man of the Match grant for his amazing execution of 86 runs.
• Latham, simply behind Kane Williamson, stood second in the rundown of best run-getters in the arrangement against West Indies in June 2014. He had scored 288 keeps running in three tests which comprised of three half-hundreds of years.
• He imparted a 200-run association to partner Ross Taylor against India in October 2017. New Zealand were 3 down while pursuing 280. Latham’s 103 not out alongside Taylor’s 95 pushed New Zealand to the triumph.
Date of Birth 2 April 1992
Age (as in 2017) 25 Years
Birth Place Christchurch, Canterbury
Zodiac sign/Sun sign Aries
Hometown Christchurch, Canterbury
School Not Known
School/University Not Known
Instructive Qualifications Not Known
Family Father-Rod Latham (previous Cricketer)
Sibling Not Known
Hobbies Playing Golf
Young ladies, Family and More
Conjugal Status Unmarried
Issues/Girlfriends Not Known
Some Lesser Known Facts About Tom Latham
Does Tom Latham smoke?: Not Known
Does Tom Latham drink liquor?: Yes
He is the child of previous New Zealand all-rounder, Rod Latham.
Since his global introduction at the period of only 19, Latham has batted at number 1 to number 9.
He turned into the first historically speaking cricketer to score 50 years in multi day-night test coordinate when he hit it against Australia in the 2015-16 Trans-Tasman Trophy.
In October 2016, he turned out to be first New Zealand and tenth generally speaking cricketer to convey his bat when his group was executed for only 190 keeps running against India. To convey a bat, in cricket, alludes to a circumstance when the opening batsman remains not out until the last wicket falls.
With various normal players playing the IPL, he was reviewed to the group and named the skipper for tri-arrangement against Ireland and Bangladesh in May 2017.