Thomas Kevin Curran (born March 12, 1995) is an English cricketer who plays in Tests, One Day Internationals, and Twenty20 Internationals. In English domestic cricket, he plays for Surrey County Cricket Club. Tom Curran bats right-handed and bowls right-arm fast-medium. In June 2017, he made his England international debut. He is the son of former Zimbabwe cricketer Kevin Curran, as well as the brother of Northamptonshire CCC batsman Ben Curran and England and Surrey all-rounder Sam Curran.
Curran was named Cricket Writers’ Club Young Cricketer of the Year in 2015 for his efforts. He was a member of England’s squad that won the 2019 Cricket World Cup, albeit he did not appear in any matches.
Tom Curran Early Life and Education
Curran was born in Cape Town, where his father played for Boland, but grew up in Zimbabwe, attending Springvale House, a Zimbabwean preparatory school before going on to the elite St George’s College (in Harare). Because of his talent in cricket, he was able to attend Hilton College and then Wellington College in England.
Tom Curran Parents, Family and Siblings
Curran’s father is cricketer Kevin Curran. Sarah Curran is Tom Curran’s mother. He has two brothers, Sam and Ben Curran, who are both cricketers.
He is the son of former Zimbabwe cricketer Kevin Curran, as well as the brother of Northamptonshire CCC batsman Ben Curran and England and Surrey all-rounder Sam Curran.
Tom Curran Career
Curran was a member of the KwaZulu-Natal Inland under-15, under-17, and under-19 teams. After former Surrey captain Ian Greig noticed him playing school cricket, he was requested to play for the Surrey second XI in 2012, and was transferred to Wellington College in September of that year.
In August 2013, he made his senior debut for Surrey against Essex in a List A match, and in April 2014, he made his First Class debut against Cambridge University. He was picked to the Cape Town Knight Riders team for the inaugural season of the T20 Global League in August 2017. However, Cricket South Africa first postponed the competition to November 2018, but it was shortly scrapped.
Curran took a hat-trick against Glamorgan in the 2019 t20 Blast on July 25, 2019, ending with stats of three wickets for three runs from two overs bowled.
Curran was appointed to the Tshwane Spartans roster for the 2019 Mzansi Super League campaign in September 2019.
Tom Curran Indian Premier League
Curran was announced as the Kolkata Knight Riders’ replacement for Mitchell Starc for the 2018 Indian Premier League, where he played 5 matches and got 6 wickets.
Tom Curran was purchased by the Rajasthan Royals from his base price of INR 1 crore in the 2020 IPL auction in December 2019.
Curran was purchased by the Delhi Capitals in the 2021 IPL auction in February 2021, ahead of the 2021 IPL.
Tom Curran International Cricket Career
Curran was picked to England’s Twenty20 International (T20I) team for their series against South Africa in June 2017. He made his England T20I debut against South Africa. He was picked to England’s ODI team for their upcoming series against the West Indies, and made his ODI debut on September 29, 2017.
Curran was appointed to England’s Test team in November 2017 as a replacement for Steven Finn for the Ashes series in Australia.
Curran was picked as a substitute for the injured Craig Overton prior to the fourth Test, which began on Boxing Day at the MCG.
He became the third England bowler in four years, following Ben Stokes and Mark Wood, to lose out on his first Test wicket due to a no-ball. Steve Smith was his first Test wicket.
Curran was chosen to England’s team for the 2019 Cricket World Cup, although he was one of two players – along with Liam Dawson – who were not utilised as England won the tournament.
Tom Curran was named to England’s 24-man team to begin practising behind closed doors for the ODI series against Ireland on July 9, 2020, and was later appointed to England’s squad for the series.
Curran was chosen one of three travelling reserves in England’s team for the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in September 2021.
Tom Curran Personal Life (Girlfriend, Affairs)
Tom Curran, sometimes known as Thomas Kevin Curran, is a British cricketer born in Cape Town, South Africa.
He is single. He is dating Tatiana Sharpe, who works for an organisation that promotes quality education.
Tom Curran Net worth, Income and Lifestyle
He is an English cricketer who currently plays for Surrey in the English Premier League (EPL) and Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021. He is a right-arm fast-medium bowler who also bats right.
The Kolkata Knight Riders team initially chose Tom Curran to replace Mitchell Starc in the IPL 2018. Then, during the 2020 IPL season, Tom Curran was acquired by the Rajasthan Royals for one crore rupees. Then, in the February 2021 IPL Auction, he was purchased by Delhi Capitals for INR 5.25 crore.
Tom Curran’s net worth is expected to be Rs 7.5 crores ($1 million) in 2021, with brand endorsements and cricket being his primary sources of income.
Tom Curran Height Weight And Physical Appearance
Tom Curran Information Table
All the details about Tom Curran are present in the Table below.
|Real Name||Thomas Kevin Curran|
|Profession||Professional England Cricketer|
|Height (approx.)||In feet inches: 6′
In meters: 2.03 m
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 78 kg
In pounds- 171 lbs.
|Date of Birth||15 March, 1995|
|Age (as in 2022)||27 Years|
|Birth Place||Cape Town, Cape Province, South Africa|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Pisces|
|School||Springvale House, Zimbabwe|
|Higher Education||Hilton College, Wellington College England|
|Teams||Surrey County, Delhi Capitals(IPL)|
|Father- Kevin Curran
Mother- Sarah Curran
|Siblings||Sam Curran, Ben Curran|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million USD|
Lesser Known Facts about Tom Curran
- He is the son of Kevin Malcolm Curran, a former Zimbabwe international cricketer.
- He has two brothers: England international Sam Curran and Northamptonshire player Ben Curran.
- Curran was named Cricket Writers’ Club Young Cricketer of the Year in 2015 for his efforts.
- He is a Chelsea Football Club fan.
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