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Introduction

Josh Hazlewood cannot be defined as the modern-day version of the legend Glenn McGrath. This similarity isn’t much hard to make up the smooth run-up for creasing to be accurate more than the raw pace. The schedule for this would be more often than not been as an unerring fourth or even fifth stump in line with a bit of a swing to boot. Almost he is the same classical fast bowler. Thus, he might not be in the league of the legend McGrath. There is no doubt Hazlewood, which would be among all the best pacers for having graced the game by this time when he hangs up to his boots. 

Early life

From his early years, Hazlewood’s talent landed the First-class debut at 17 for the session batch season of 2008-09, making him the youngest and the fast bowler ever played for New South Wales. Eventually, he got initiated into the other formats in the domestic circuit and got a surprise ODI debut in 2010. However, it took another three years for him to play another 50-over game. Hazlewood was a work in progress, but the selectors kept an eye on him being young and raw. Being strong in the home season of 2013-14 saw him come of age, and it was just a subject of time as before he took international cricket by storm. 

Career

Hazlewood had debuted for his tests series during the session batch of home series for 2014-15  against team India. He even got started with a massive bang as a fifer in his debut at Gabba. The schedule for this would be more often than not been as an unerring fourth or even fifth stump in line with a bit of a swing to boot. Almost he is the same classical fast bowler. Thus, he might not be in the league of the legend McGrath. 

There is no doubt Hazlewood, which would be among all the best pacers for having graced the game by this time when he hangs up to his boots. This was just a trailer of Hazelwood for what was to come ahead as he step-by-step climbed up the success ladder steadily for becoming one half of his Australia’s lethal for new-ball attacking along with Mitchell Starc. Being his partner was just as devastating for the left-arm pacer, who got relied upon speed via the air. Hazlewood has the mantra that was to stick as the basics for line and length. The policy had worked much for him, and also, these complemented as Starc such beautifully. 

Hazlewood shone to the Ashes campaign of 2017-18  for his home for the Aussies, who regained as urn ahead to five years. He will even be keen to make a mark-up during his next Ashes series in England for 2019. Apart from this being much successful as the Test bowler, Hazlewood has always done much well in the ODIs. His ruthless accuracy has been stifled many batters, and he has also tried to add up a few variations on his sleeve to suit the format. Although the pace isn’t exactly his strength, the 2017-18 season saw Hazlewood improve his speeds considerably, clocking around 87-88 mph on an average quite consistently. While the pace has improved, the accuracy has stayed, which means that Hazlewood’s efficiency has doubled. 

However, there was a setback of some sort as Hazlewood was overlooked for the WC. But in Test cricket, he remained substantial resources as with his nagging lines and all the ability for him to move up the ball. As far as T20 Leagues is concerned, Hazlewood isn’t such popular due to his bowling test-match style. Initially, he hasn’t got many takers in the session of IPL as well. In the year 2020 auctions, team CSK had even snapped him as a bid to boost up their eventual pace for bowling stocks. He will also be keen to make a mark and prove himself as an all-format bowler. The IPL isn’t the wrong place to start. 

Physical appearance

Josh Reginald Hazlewood currently (as of 2021) is 30 years old. He is an Australian with a height measured as 6”4’. According to all the information is concerning his weight and other physical appearances is 85kgs right now. His entire body measurements and have been upgraded as his eye color is brown, and his hair color is Hazel Grey with a fair-colored body. 

Personal life

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Full Name- Josh Reginald Hazlewood

Nickname- Hoff, Bendemeer Bullet

Profession- Australian Cricketer (Bowler)

Jersey Number- #38 (Australia)

Coach/Mentor- Mick Shelton

Date of Birth- 8 January 1991

Age- 30 years (as of 2021)

Birth Place- Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia

Zodiac sign/Sun sign- Capricorn

Nationality- Indian

Hometown- Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia

School- N/A

College- N/A

Religion- Christianity

Marital Status- Unmarried

Wife/Spouse- N/A

Children- N/A

Father- Trevor Hazlewood

Mother- Anne

Brother- Aaron

Sister- Cassey Hillier

Income

Hazlewood has the mantra that was to stick as the basics for line and length. The policy had worked much for him, and also, these complemented as Starc such beautifully. As per the resources provided, his net worth has been that Hazlewood has grown significantly in the session year batch of 2019-2020. So, Josh Hazlewood has a net worth at the age of 30; Josh Hazlewood’s income as per source is much from being a successful Professional Cricketer. He is initially from Australia. It has also been estimated that the legend player Josh Hazlewood has concluded all the net worth, salary, assets, and income. 

Hobbies and more

Hazlewood’s talent landed the First-class debut at 17 for the session batch season of 2008-09, making him the youngest and the fast bowler ever played for New South Wales. So far as his hobbies are concerned, to pass his free time is informed as per other resources is initially Listening to Music, Watching Sitcoms, and even Cooking. His favorite food is Nando’s Chicken. His favorite football player as an ideal is Cristiano Ronaldo, and his favorite cricketer as his own time, and his motivation is Glenn McGrath. His net worth is $1 Million, and he has his favorite singer named Jimmy Barnes.