Martin Guptill who is a New Zealand cricket player was born on 30th September of the year 1986. He is a top order batsman and he has represented New Zealand in various age groups. He is the native of Auckland, New Zealand. He went to study at the Avondale College. He also played in 1st Xi cricket team of the school. When he was at the age of 14, Martin was involved in forklift accident and he lost his three toes.
Martin first represented the New Zealand in Under-19 Cricket World Cup that was held in Sri Lanka in the year 2006. Currently, he plays for Auckland Aces in domestic Cricket. It was in March of 2006 when he first made his first class debut. It was announced in January of 2011 that he has signed for the Derbyshire in England. Prior to that, Martin made his One Day International debut on 10th January of the year 2009 for New Zealand. The game was against West Indies in Auckland. He became first New Zealand who scored a century on one day debut. Talking about his personal life biography, he is married to his wife Laura McGoldrick who is a TV presenter as well as Radio Jockey. The couple tied the knot in September of 2014.
Apart from that, Martina is now at the age of 28 and he stands tall at the towering height of six feet and two inches. He is a right handed batsman. He has got his own style of batting. Martin is first cricket from New Zealand as well as 5th in world for scoring double century in One Day International Match. Currently, he holds record of Highest Individual Score in the World Cup Cricket as well as the 2nd highest score in one day international. In addition to that, he has also become the fastest batsman of New Zealand. More details about his strike rates as well as his biography can also be obtained from various internet sites.
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