Dwayne Bravo is a Trinidadian cricketer. He was born on October 7, 1983 in Santa Cruz, Trinidad and Tobago. Bravo played all formats of the game and a former captain of West Indies in all formats. He is a hard-hitting lower order batsman and a specialist death over bowler.
Dwayne Bravo started his cricket journey by playing for Trinidad and Tobago since 2002. Bravo loved playing cricket and football in his childhood. But it was Brian Lara who inspired him to play cricket. He toured with West Indies A side in England in 2002. Later, Bravo played a debut game against England at Georgetown in April 2004. And picked two wickets in his ODI debut.
However, Three months later, he took three wickets scoring 44 and 10 in the two innings in his international test debut against England at Lord’s. Later, He made his T20 debut against New Zealand at Auckland in February 2006. Bravo shows his all-round skill taking two wickets and scoring 19 runs off 16 balls in a tied game.
Bravo represented Mumbai Indians, Chennai Super Kings and Gujrat Lions in the Indian Premier League and played for Trinbago Knight Riders in in Caribbean Premier League. Also, Play for Melbourne Renegades, Sydney Sixers in Big Bash League, Chittagong Kings. Bravo became the first bowler to take 400 T20 wickets.
In October 2018, Bravo announced his retirement from international cricket in all formats. However, will continue to play franchise T20 cricket. His song Champion Song became a huge hit during the 2016 ICC T20 World Cup in India.
His networth is estimated to be $19.2 Million.
His nickname name is Bravo, Big Dog, Pro and Johnny.
His height is 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m).
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