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Martin Guptill is a batsman in New Zealand cricket team.He is a right hand batsman and right arm off-break bowler.He usually plays in the middle order and is a major srength of the batting line up for New Zealand cricket team.He is a first New Zealand player to strike a century on his International debut.He also holds the record of scoring highest runs(189 runs) in an innings by any Kiwi batsman in ODI’s.Apart from that he is also a finest fielder for his side.He made his test debut against India at Hamilton on 18 March 2009.He is also the first New Zealand batsman to score a double century in ODI cricket.He smashed 237 runs against West Indies in the quarter-finals in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2015.He also plays for Auckland Aces cricket club.He is only the second New Zealand batsman to get 1000 runs in T20 cricket.


Full Name: Martin James Guptill

Nick Name:  Guppy, Marty Two-Toes, The Fish

Age: 30 September 1986 (age 28)

Sun Sign: Libra

Born Place:  Auckland

Nationality: New Zealand

Education: He pursued his education from Avondale College, Auckland.

Occupation: International Cricketer (Plays for New Zealand)

Build: Athletic

Bowling Style: Right-arm off break

Batting Style: Right-handed -handed

Height:  6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) (6′ 2″)

Weight:  75 kg or 165 pounds

Hair Colour: Brown

Eye Colour: Brown

Role:  Batsman

Father Name: Not Known

Mother Name:  Not Known

Brother Name: Not Known

First ODI : 10 January 2009 v West Indies

Test :  18 March 2009 v India

Marital Status: Married

Girlfriends/Affairs/Spouse/Dating: Laura McGoldrick

Wife: Laura McGoldrick

Car Collection: Not Known

Bike Collection: N/A

Highest Run: New Zealand’s Martin Guptill made the highest score in World Cup history with 237 not out against West Indies.









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