Jacques Kallis

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Jacques Kallis
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Personal information
Full name Jacques Henry Kallis
Born (1975-10-16) 16 October 1975 (age 38)
Pinelands, Cape Town, South Africa
Nickname Jakes, Woogie,[1] Kalahari
Height 1.82 m
Batting style Right-handed
Bowling style Right arm fast-medium
Role All rounder
International information
National side
Test debut (cap 262) 14 December 1995 v England
Last Test 26 December 2013 v India
ODI debut (cap 38) 9 January 1996 v England
Last ODI 8 December 2013 v India
ODI shirt no. 3
Domestic team information
Years Team
1993– Western Province / Cape Cobras
1997 Middlesex
1999 Glamorgan
2008–2010 Royal Challengers Bangalore
2011– Kolkata Knight Riders
Career statistics
Competition Test ODI FC LA
Matches 166 325 257 421
Runs scored 13,289 11,574 19,695 14,840
Batting average 55.37 45.13 54.10 43.90
100s/50s 45/58 17/86 62/97 23/109
Top score 224 139 224 155*
Balls bowled 20,232 10,750 29,033 13,673
Wickets 292 273 427 351
Bowling average 32.65 31.79 31.69 30.68
5 wickets in innings 5 2 8 3
10 wickets in match 0 0 0 0
Best bowling 6/54 5/30 6/54 5/30
Catches/stumpings 200/– 129/– 264/– 160/–
Source: Cricinfo, 30 December 2013

Jacques Henry Kallis (born 16 October 1975) is a South African cricketer.[2] A right-handed batsman and right-arm fast-medium swing bowler, Kallis is regarded as one of the greatest of the game's all-rounders.[3] As of 2013 he was the only cricketer in the history of the game to score more than 11,000 runs and take 250 wickets in both one-day and Test match cricket.[4][5]

Kallis played 166 Test matches and had a batting average of over 55 runs per innings.[6][7] From October to December 2007 he scored five centuries in four Test Matches; with his century in the second innings of the third test against India in January 2011, his 40th in all, he moved past Ricky Ponting to become the second-highest scorer of Test centuries, behind only Sachin Tendulkar's 51.

Kallis was named Leading Cricketer in the World in the 2008 Wisden for his performances in 2007 in addition to being the "ICC Test Player of the Year" and ICC Player of the Year in 2005.[8] He has been described by Kevin Pietersen and Daryll Cullinan as the greatest cricketer to play the game, and along with Walter Hammond and Sir Garry Sobers is one of the few Test all-rounders whose Test batting average is over 50 and exceeds his Test bowling average by 20 or more.[9]

Kallis became the fourth player and first South African to score 13,000 Test runs on an eventful opening day of the first Test against New Zealand on 2 January 2013.[10] Kallis, who had also taken 292 Test wickets, lies third behind Indian player Sachin Tendulkar (15,921) and Australian Ricky Ponting (13,378) on the list of all-time run scorers in test cricket.[11][12][13][14][15] He was named one of the Wisden cricketers of the year in 2013.[16] He retired from Test and first-class cricket after playing in the second Test against India at Durban in December 2013;[17][18][19] Kallis scored his 45th Test hundred in this match, making him one of the few batsmen to score a century in his final Test.[20][21] In IPL 2014 Auction, he was contracted by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs. 5.5 Crores.

Early career and 1996 Cricket World Cup[edit]

Kallis attended and played cricket for Wynberg Boys' High School.[22] In 2009 Wynberg honoured Kallis by naming their main cricket oval after him.[23] As a teenager, Kallis had a brief spell[when?] with Netherfield CC in England where he established himself in Northern England but he was released. Kallis also played for Old Edwardians for a spell[when?] as a teenager, where coaching staff saw potential for him to become a first-class all rounder; in July 1993 he was picked for South Africa U-17's against Scotland's U-19 team. He made his first-class debut in 1993/94 as an 18-year-old, playing for Western Province B. His first Test appearance was on 14–18 December 1995 against England in Durban, but he struggled with the bat in his first few matches. Kallis made his World Cup bow in 1996 in Pakistan but did not have much opportunity to excel.[24] His breakthrough came in 1997 with 61 against Pakistan, but more notably two matches later when he salvaged a draw for South Africa with a fighting century against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.[25]

1998–2002[edit]

Between 1998 and 2002, Jacques Kallis was one of the world's leading all-rounders, as seen in the ICC's cricket ratings [2]. In 1998, he led South Africa to the ICC Champions Trophy title with two "Man of the Match" and the "Player of the Series" performances. The youngster was solid, without being spectacular, in the 1999 ICC Cricket World Cup, before a "Player of the Series" performance led South Africa to a stunning Test series victory against India in India in 2000. By late 2001 he was the world's number one ranked Test all-rounder, having held the same ranking in ODIs for the best part of 3 years. During this time, "Kallis blossomed into arguably the world's leading batsman, with a defensive technique second to none, and the adhesive qualities of a Cape Point limpet. Generally a placid and undemonstrative man, he nailed down the crucial No. 3 position in the South African batting order after a number of players had been tried and discarded, and his stock rose exponentially from that moment.[Inappropriate slang]"[8]

2003–2007[edit]

Kallis is one of only four players in Test history (after Sir Donald Bradman and before Mohammad Yousuf and Gautam Gambhir) to make a century in five consecutive matches, achieved in season 2003/04. In 2005, he set the record for the fastest half-century, as measured by balls faced, in Test cricket history, scoring 50 against Zimbabwe off only 24 balls.[26] In 2007, Kallis scored five centuries in four Tests, making him just the fourth man after Bradman, Ken Barrington and Matthew Hayden to score four centuries in four Tests on two different occasions. That Kallis holds these records belies his reputation as a defensive batsman of the old-fashioned type, something he himself is determined to erase.[27] Regardless of style, Kallis has a remarkable batting average in the mid-50s, and is rated as one of the best batsmen in the world. Although still a very capable bowler with over 275 Test wickets, he impressed mostly with the bat between 2005 and 2007. As a result, he evolved into more of a batting all-rounder, a role in which he continued because of the emergence of Dale Steyn, Morné Morkel, and Paul Harris. Kallis is the only man to score over 10,000 runs and to take over 280 wickets in Test cricket. Sir Garfield Sobers managed over 8,000 runs and 200 wickets by comparison, at very similar averages.

In 2005 Kallis was selected for the World XI team to play an Asian XI in a benefit match for those affected by the tsunami of 2004, along with countryman Shaun Pollock. In the same year he was awarded the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for the ICC player of the year. The award was shared with Andrew Flintoff of England, his only serious competitor as the world's leading all-rounder, after the votes of the academy were tied. Kallis also won the "ICC Test Player of the Year" award that year.[25]

Kallis was awarded the captaincy of South Africa for the third and final Test match against Australia in 2006 when Graeme Smith stood down with an injury. Kallis currently holds a number of South African cricket records, including most ODI and Test runs, highest ODI and second highest Test batting average and most Test centuries by a South African.[28]

In the 2007 World Cup Kallis was South Africa's leading run-scorer with 485 runs at 80.83. He was, however, criticised in the press for some slow performances which cost South Africa momentum at key stages in the tournament. In August 2007, he was omitted from the 15-man South Africa squad for 2007 ICC World Twenty20, and consequently quit as the Proteas' vice captain. He was restored to the team for the Test series against Pakistan, where he smashed three centuries in four innings and was awarded "Man of the Match" twice and "Player of the Series" to underscore his importance to the South African cause.

The senior all-rounder (2008–present)[edit]

In 2008 more responsibility was placed on Kallis as an all-rounder due to the retirement of Shaun Pollock. Despite the pressure an all-rounder began to emerge in Wayne Parnell who did some good lower-order batting. Kallis endured an uncharacteristically poor 2008 with the bat, averaging well under thirty for much of it. Against the ninth-ranked Bangladesh, he averaged just 25.75 in four Test outings. He also played for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League, where he averaged 16.85 runs per innings with the bat and 55.5 runs per wicket with the ball at an economy rate of 9.65[29] in the 7 matches he played before he was dropped.

Home and away series against Australia (2008–09)[edit]

South Africa toured Australia for a three-match Test series and five-match ODI series starting in December 2008. The tourists had a successful 9–2 Test win-loss ratio in 2008; however, Australia had just come off a 2–0 away series defeat against India, and had a 5–3 ratio for the calendar year.[30][31] Prior to the series, Kallis had a batting average of 38.32 in 18 Tests against the number one ranked team, substantially lower than his overall average of 55.06. In spite of an average of 124.50 in 12 Tests against lowly ranked Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, former Australia fast-bowler Rodney Hogg labelled the all-rounder "a flat-track bully, who dishes it out to the minnows like Bangladesh and Zimbabwe but goes missing against the Australians."[32] In the first Test starting on 17 December, Kallis scored 63 in South Africa's first innings, before he was dismissed by Mitchell Johnson, in the midst of a bowling spell consisting of 5/2 in 20 balls.[33] After failing to make a breakthrough in Australia's first innings, Kallis took 3/24 in their second, while completing four catches in the match. He then scored 57, while being involved in a 124-run partnership with AB de Villiers, as South Africa chased down 414, the second-highest fourth-innings run-chase in Test history.[34][35][36] In the second Test in Melbourne starting on Boxing Day, Kallis struggled to be potent in Australia's first innings, taking 1/55. While making a start in his team's first dig, he managed only 26, before taking 2/57 when the home-side batted again. Chasing just 183, Kallis was not required to bat, as South Africa completed their first Test series victory in Australia.[37][38] In Australia's 103 run Third Test victory in Sydney, Kallis struggled, taking 1/54 and 0/13 with the ball, while scoring 37 and four with the bat.[39]

The win was South Africa's 11th in a year in which they drew with India in India, defeated England in England, Australia in Australia and also recorded series wins over West Indies and Bangladesh. Kallis featured in all of those matches and remains an integral part of the champion side's set-up.[40]

On April 10, 2013 he was named one of the Wisden cricketers of the year for 2013.[16]

Injuries but continued achievement & records[edit]

Kallis then participated on the tour of the West Indies in which he scored his 35th test cricket century. Kallis injured his neck during the 2010 Champions League Twenty20 playing for the Royal Challengers Bangalore and he missed the Twenty20 and ODI series against Zimbabwe. But he returned for the ODI series against Pakistan in which he scored 66 before having to retire hurt with cramps. He did however manage to lay the foundations for an eight-wicket victory.[41]

Kallis's results in international matches[42]
  Matches Won Lost Drawn Tied No result
Test[43] 166 82 42 42 0
ODI[44] 325 208 102 - 5 10
T20I[45] 17 10 7 - -

In the same ODI Jacques Kallis scored his 129th ODI six, the most by a South African in the format, overtaking the record from Herschelle Gibbs. Kallis however picked up an injury and was a doubtful starter for the second ODI.[46] In December 2010, On the 3rd day of the first test against India Kallis scored his maiden double century finishing on 201* (not out). Kallis was selected by South Africa for the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup as their main batting all-rounder.

In the 2011–12 season, Kallis scored his second double century in Test cricket, reaching 224 in South Africa's first innings of the third Test of the home series against Sri Lanka.[47] The Test was Kallis' 150th; he became the sixth player in history and the first South African to reach this milestone.[48] After the series former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly said that he considered Kallis to be the "most effective player" in Test cricket.[49] Brett Lee, the Australian pacer named Kallis as the best player in the world in an interview after their victory for Kolkata Knight Riders for his performance in IPL 2012 final against Chennai Super Kings.

Jacques Kallis is the only cricketer in the IPL to score more than 2,000 runs and claim more than 50 wickets with 2,276 runs and 61 wickets to his credit. He played a crucial role in the qualification of the Royal Challengers Bangalore to the Airtel Champions League T20 during IPL-3 and later on played a crucial role in the triumph of Kolkata Knightriders in IPL-5 by scoring a total of 407 runs and taking 15 wickets.

Jacques Kallis has 97 sixes to his name in test cricket,second only to Adam Gilchrist(107).[50] Kallis is only the second fielder(apart from wicket-keeper) in test cricket to take 200 catches,behind to only Rahul Dravid(210).[51]

Playing style and comparisons[edit]

Kallis has earned high praise for his orthodox batting technique. In an article for the Telegraph in July 2012, former England batsman and captain Michael Vaughan wrote that Kallis, "as a batsman, is the best player in the world.".[52] He described Kallis' batting in more detail:

Whether on the front or back foot, he plays well on the on- and off-side. He’s not Brian Lara or Ricky Ponting in terms of aggression or flair but he is rock solid and, added to that, has every shot in the book. Also his cover drive and flick off the hip are right up there in terms of execution and attractiveness. ... He can score quickly at times but it is his way of being able to read situations that sets him apart. ... He knows when to grind it out or move up through the gears. Some people think he could move through the gears quicker when batting, and that is probably a fair argument on occasions, but the majority of the time he knows what he can do at the crease and believes South Africa have a better chance of winning if he stays there.[52]

Given his impressive all-round record, Kallis has also been compared with Sir Garfield Sobers. In November 2012, noted journalist Gideon Haigh wrote in The Australian that statistically, they were almost inseparable; Sobers scored 8032 at an average of 58 and took 235 wickets at an average of 34, while Kallis at the time of writing averaged 57 with the bat and 33 with the ball.[53] Haigh also analysed how Kallis and Sobers were also polar opposites in certain ways:

Sobers [was] all prowling grace and feline elasticity, with his 360-degree batswing and three-in-one bowling; [whereas] Kallis [is] all looming bulk and latent power, constructed like a work of neo-brutalist architecture. ... Yet what they are just as much opposites of are their respective eras. Sobers was the most explosive cricketer of a more staid age, the more mercurial because of the orthodoxy and rigidity around him; Kallis is the most stoic and remorseless cricketer of an era more ostentatious and histrionic. ... Sobers was a cavalier among roundheads; Kallis has steadily become a roundhead among cavaliers.[53]

Personal life[edit]

Kallis shared a close relationship with his father, Henry, whom Kallis cited as his primary influence.[54] His sister Janine Kallis, five years his junior, was a cheerleader in Indian Premier League 2009 and is also a physiotherapist based in East London.[55][56] When it was discovered that his father had terminal cancer, Kallis took time out of cricket to be with his father:

We heard something was wrong with my dad during the [2003] World Cup. He started feeling unwell and then, out of the blue, we were told he only had a few months to live. It was a huge shock because we've always been a very close family. I missed the first couple of Tests in England that year so I could be at home with him. It was obviously the saddest time of my life but those last weeks were maybe some of the most beautiful. It gave me a chance to say thank you and goodbye. After a while I realised how lucky I was to do that. It's far harder if a parent is taken away before you have that time together. So his death put cricket in perspective for me. It's just a game – and a very simple game if you keep your mind straight.[54]

Kallis dated former Miss South Africa 2002 Cindy Nell,and was even engaged to her but he broke the relationship after nine months.[57][58][59] After that he dated Miss South Africa 2003 1st runner-up Marisa Eggli for a brief period in 2004.[60][61] Since 2007, Kallis dated Shamone Jardim, a South African model for 6 years.[62][63][64] Kallis broke his relationship with Jardim in June 2013.[65][66][67][68]

Jacques Kallis Scholarship Foundation[edit]

The Jacques Kallis Scholarship Foundation was established in Kallis' benefit year with the aim of combining the academic and life skills programmes of existing school structures with funding and mentoring support from Jacques Kallis. In so doing, the Foundation with its partners, hopes to provide talented youngsters from all walks of life the opportunity to reach their full sporting and academic potential [3].

Currently, the Jacques Kallis Scholarship Foundation sponsors 2 boys from Wynberg Boys', 2 boys from Pretoria Boys High School, 2 from Maritzburg College and 2 from Selborne College. Jacques Kallis participates in annual fundraising events for his Foundation, to which he invites fellow South African celebrities and cricketers like Mark Boucher and André Nel.

Achievements[edit]

Jacques Kallis has achieved the following career best rankings in the cricket ratings as determined by the International Cricket Council 3:

  • Test Batting: career best 1st; career high points 935
  • Test Bowling: career best 6th; career high points 742
  • Test All-rounders: career best 1st; career high points 615
  • ODI Batting: career best 1st; career high points 817
  • ODI Bowling: career best 11th; career high points 641
  • ODI All-rounders: career best 1st; career high points 506
  • 1st & only player in cricket history to achieve the mark of 10,000 runs in Tests & ODI each and more than 200 wickets in the Tests and ODIs each

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Preceded by
Rahul Dravid
Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy
2005 (joint with Andrew Flintoff)
Succeeded by
Ricky Ponting