Michael Clarke- Former Cricketer (In a Nutshell)
- Michael Clarke was born in Australia on April 2nd, 1981.
- He was a Right-handed batsman and a Slow left-arm orthodox bowler.
- Remarkably, Clarke featured in 115 Test Matches, 245 One Day Internationals and 34 T20 Internationals, he retired from all forms of International cricket in 2015.
- “Respecting every individual is very important. It starts with respecting elders regardless of profession.”- Michael Clarke
- “You need to do what’s comfortable to you… if it doesn’t suit your personality then I wouldn’t try to be someone I’m not.”- Michael Clarke
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Rahul Dravid- Former Cricketer (In a Nutshell)
- Rahul Dravid was born in India on January 11th, 1973.
- He was a Right-handed batsman.
- Remarkably, Dravid played 164 Test Matches, 344 One Day Internationals and one T20 International, retiring from the shorter formats in 2011 and Test cricket in 2012.
- “I was given a talent to play cricket. I don’t know why I was given it. But I was. I owe it to all those who wish it had been them to give of my best, every day.”- Rahul Dravid
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Glenn McGrath- Former Cricketer (In a Nutshell)
- Glenn McGrath was born in Australia on February 9th, 1970.
- He was a Right arm fast-medium bowler and a Right-handed batsman.
- Remarkably, McGrath played 124 Test Matches and 25 One Day Internationals, retiring from both in 2007.
- “I am quite a positive person. I always try to see the good in every situation, the good in everybody.”- Glenn McGrath
- “You’re always going to get different personalities with a team.”- Glenn McGrath
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