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Steven Smith Profile – ICC Ranking, Age, Career Info & Stats

The former captain of the Australian national cricket team, Steve Smith is an Australian international cricketer. Due to his numerous extraordinary performances, Steve has been named one of the best batsmen in the world. Smith is the second international player to attain a 947-rated Test batting.

Steve Smith is a native of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. At the age of 17, Smith moved to England and took part in a cricket club. After some time, Steve moved back to Australia and joined the Australian cricket team to play in ‘Under-19 Cricket World Cup’. Further details regarding Steve Smith are listed below. 

Steve Smith Family, Height, Age:

Steven Smith Profile - ICC Ranking, Age, Career Info & Stats

Smith’s birthdate is 2nd June 1989. He will be 34 years old in 2023. His parents are Gillian Smith and Peter Smith. Steve Smith is a married man; his wife’s name is Dani Willis His star sign is Gemini.

He is 5 feet 9 inches tall. He weighs at least 78 kg. He is a citizen of Australia. He has blue eyes and blonde hair. His body analysis includes 42-33-13 inches. Smith has 13-inch biceps, a 42-inch chest, and finally a 33-inch waist. 

Steve Smith Career: 

Smith initially started his career as a leg-spinner and a lower-order batsman during the 2007-2008 season. Steve Smith played in the ‘Australian Under-19’ in which he took 7 wickets and scored 114 runs.

Furthermore, his first Australian-class debut took place at the ‘Sydney Cricket Ground’. He was a member of New South Wales in the 2009 ‘T20 Champions League. Even though his performances were a little bit above average, he was praised by the legendary Shane Warne.

Steve Smith International Career:

Steve Smith career

Smith’s international debut took place in February 2010, when he played against Pakistan in a T20 match. In addition, he was chosen to play in the 2010 ICC World T20 Competition.

Also, his Day debut took place in Melbourne Cricket Ground during a match against West Indies. Smith is an all-rounder who debuted at ‘Lords Cricket Ground.’

After some duration, Smith started working as a professional batter instead of a bowler. Therefore, he is known as one of the best Test batsmen, as he has scored 6,199 runs in about 64 games and has a batting average of 61.37. Besides, he has scored 23 centuries and 24 half-centuries as well.

Steve Smith’s Net Worth:

The net worth of Australian cricketer Steve Smith is approximately $25 Million. He has gathered all of this money by playing for Australia in all dimensions of cricket. Moreover, he received large amounts of money by winning the man of the match as well. 

Steve Smith Records and Achievements:

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Smith is ranked in ‘ICC Players Ranking 2015 to 2017 as the top Batsmen in Test Series.

Apart from this, Steve is also well known for being the only ODI player that has scored around five continuous 50s ever in the legendary history of ‘ The World Cup’.

He also got the ‘Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy’ (basically ICC Cricketer of the Year) in 2015. Undoubtedly, becoming the youngest cricketer ever to win this award. Furthermore, he was also given the title of ‘ICC Test Player of the Year’, in 2015 and 2017. Unquestionably, he once again became the only youngest cricketer to win this title.

He also bagged the ‘Allan Border Medal’ for best Australian cricketer in 2018 and 2015. As well as that, he also became the fastest Australian cricketer to reach the 10,000-run mark in international cricket.   

Steve Smith Early Life and Childhood:

Steve’s mother was a homemaker, and his father was a chemist. Due to Smith’s mother Gillian being English and his father Peter being Australian, ever since Smith was born, he has the access to both England and Australian citizenship.

From the time of Smith’s childhood, he was heavily invested in cricket. Smith played cricket tremendously during his school years. In contrast, his academics had to pay the price.

He brought a lot of success to his high school team by playing cricket during inter-school tournaments, which helped to sharpen his cricket abilities and help him to become an all-rounder.   

Steve Smith Education:

Steve studied and graduated from a high school in Illawong known as ‘Menai High School. At 17, he moved to England and due to his dual citizenship, it was up to him to decide whether he wanted to play for Australia or England. 

Steve Smith Controversies:

Steve Smith

During his career, Steve did not have that many controversies. But there was one controversy that led to him losing his captaincy of the Australian cricket team.

In a test match against South Africa on the 24th of March 2018, Cameron Bancroft, an Australian cricketer was captured on camera as he was tampering with the ball. When asked about this incident in a press conference, he admitted this and stated that the captain, Steve Smith knew about this situation beforehand.

Obviously, after this Steve lost his role as captain and was banned for about a year after the charges were confirmed by ‘Cricket Australia‘. 


Who has dismissed Steve Smith the most?

Stuart Broad is considered to be on top of the list dismissing the cricketer at least 9 times. 

Is Steve Smith retired from cricket?

The former captain and one of the greatest cricketers of all time have declared that he has no plans to retire from cricket. He says that he is not going anywhere from the Test cricket series. 

Which cricketer is known as a smudge?

Steve Smith, who took his first breath on 2nd June 1989, is known as smudge because of an incident during a match where he was caught off guard by the delivery from Anrich Nortje.


To summarize, the former captain of the Australian cricket team, Steve Smith is a 33-year-old Australian cricketer who is known to be the greatest in the world.

He has bagged numerous titles since his debut in 2007. He is the first and only cricketer to win the title of Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy. Smith has only some controversies. His most famous controversy is one which made him lose the captaincy.

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