Quinton De Kock Biography (Cricketer)

Quinton De Kock Biography, Career, Facts, Family, Wife, Net worth

Personal Information About Quinton De Kock

Name:-  Quinton de Kock
Nick Name:- Quinny
D.O.B:- 17th December 1992
National Side:- South Africa
Place of Birth:- Johannesburg, South Africa
Horoscope:- Sagittarius
Religion:- Christian
Height:- 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Marital Status:- Unmarried
Profession:- South African Cricketer (Wicket-Keeper and Batsman)
Role:- Opening Wicket-Keeper Batsman
Style of Batting:- Left-Handed Batsman
Style of Bowling:- Don’t know

Quinton De Kock Major Teams South Africa, Gauteng Under 19, Delhi Daredevils, Lions, Eastern Gauteng, South Africa Under 19s, Titans, Sunrisers Hyderabad.

Quinton De Kock Family Info
Father Name:- Not known
Mother Name:- Not known
Brother Name:- Not known
Sister Name:- Dalean de Kock (Elder sister)
Quinton De Kock Girlfriend:- Sasha Hurly (Cheerleader)
De Kock Children:- Not Yet
Quinton De Kock Net Worth:- $5 Million


The baby-faced South African cricketer Quinton de Kock is one of those players who made a quick change in forwarding direction such as from under-19 to the senior level game. He is playing as the wicketkeeper of the South African cricket team. Quinton’s fearless striking and handy glovework has given him comparisons to greats of the game like Mark Boucher and Adam Gilchrist. Now he is a professional cricketer for his team and his skills and potential increase day by day. Quinton de Kock has played professionally for the South African international cricket team as a top-order batsman and also an excellent wicketkeeper. Here is presenting Quinton De Kock’s Biography, Career, Facts, Family, and Net worth.

Quinton De Kock’s Childhood and early life

Quinton De Kock was born on 17th December 1992 in Johannesburg, South Africa. He is more popular with his nick-names De-Cock and Quinny. He got his early education in the famous King Edward VII School in Johannesburg and he became a member of his School team and he played for the affiliated clubs. Quinton was spotted as a budding talent and he impressed cricket agents during his school era. Quinton’s sister’s name is Dalian De Cock and she is the only sibling of De Kock.

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Quinton De Kock Personal life

Quinton is a stylish and innocent face left-handed batsman, he has a very decent look naturally. Quinton’s physical appearance is much attractive, Quinton’s height is 5 feet 7 inches, and with his perfect height, he looks like the perfect man. De Kock’s girlfriend is Sasha Hurly, he met with Sasha at the event of the 2012 Champions League T20. Quinton’s girlfriend Sasha was a Cheerleader in the league. Currently, Quinton and Sasha are dating each other, they are often found roaming around different beautiful places. They look very happy and relaxed with each other.

Quinton De Kock Early Career

He was selected for South Africa’s under-19 squad, he started his early career by playing an under-19 team with a massive knock against the Bangladesh cricket team in ICC 2012 Under-19 World Cup. Quinton was just run behind to complete his century, he was dismissed on 95 runs. In the same tournament, Quinton made 126 runs on just 106 balls, he was playing against Namibia.

Quinton De Kock Domestic Career

He started his domestic career in 2012 at the age of just 19 years, playing impressive and superb in T20 Champions League 2012 he smoothes his way in international cricket. Quinton was spotted by the selectors when he was given an impressive inning of 51 runs just on 33 balls in the Champions League 2012 against Mumbai Indians.

In the 2013 Ram Slam T20 tournament, Quinton revealed his potential and natural talent by displaying his consistent performance throughout the league. In this tournament De Kock really performed outstandingly due to his brilliant knocks, Highveld Lions easily entered the final and became the Champions of the 2013 Ram Slam T20 Cricket League. Quinton in that tournament scored 126 runs against Cap Cobras and this was his second-highest score in his domestic career.

Quinton Skipper of the South Africa Under-19 team

He was the captain of South Africa’s U-19 side for 9 matches in January 2012, Quinton’s overall Under 19 record remains formidable, he made 1,409 runs in 30 matches with an average of 48.58, and his strike rate of 98.53 with 4 tons and 7 fifties.

Quinton De Kock ODI Career

Quinton De Kock started his one-day international career in December 2012, against New Zealand. His first appearance in ODI was much impressive for the crowd and the South African cricket team, as he hits 28 runs off 23 balls and he remained not out. Quinton was hailed as one of the best performers and he showed his great playing by rival-members against India.

In November 2013 Quinton was picked in the first XI of South Africa in the United Arab Emirates against Pakistan, he was chosen in place of Colin Ingram, Quinny scored a match-winning 112 runs off 135 balls. South Africa won the ODI series by 4-1 against Pakistan. They also played two Twenty 20matches against Pakistan. In the first match of T20 De Kock scored 48 runs not out, they won that T20 series by 2- 0.

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Home series against India on December 2013, Quinton scored 135 runs against India in his home ground in Johannesburg, his great innings led his team to a 14-run victory, and Quinny was awarded his first ever “Man of The Match” title in ODI cricket. Quinny was giving a great performance with another successive ODI ton in the upcoming next match in Durban against India. Quinton made 106 runs and made a record-breaking opening of 194 runs in Durban with fellow player Hashim Amla, who also scored a century in that match.

Due to Quinny’s brilliant performance, his again awarded the title of Man of the Match and South Africa won the series beating India by 134 runs. In the third ODI match, Quinton again broke a century knock of 101 runs, the match was later abandoned due to rain, but Quinton De Kock became only the 5th person to achieve this feat of 3 consecutive centuries in ODIs after Zaheer Abbas, Saeed Anwar (Pakistan), Herschelle Gibbs and AB De Villiers. Quinton also became the highest rain getter ever in the 3 games of bilateral One Day Internationals, breaking the previous record of Martin Guptill. Quinny was also awarded the Man of the Series.

Quinton scored his 5th ODI century against Sri Lanka and he scored 128 runs, in this tour Quinny showed great performances and he maintained his full conversion rate of the half-century in a match, he also scored his maiden test 50 in this series.

In August 2014, he eventually became the joint quickest batsman to get 100 runs in the One Day internationals cricket match, Quinton sharing the record with Viv Richards, Jonathan Trott, and Kevin Pietersen. Quinny completed the milestone in 21 innings. In this tour Quinton was also awarded the title of “Man of the series” and South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 3-0.

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Quinton De Kock Test Career

In February 204, Quinton made his test debut against Australia at St George& 39;s Oval in Port Elizabeth, in his first inning he scored seven runs and in the second inning he made 34 runs. In test matches, Quinton performed brilliantly and his popularity increased after every game, he successfully made his place permanent in the South African international cricket team.

In January 2016 England tour to South Africa, in this home test series when South Africa was losing the series, Quinton de Kock was recalled for the Test match, Quinton took the Wicket-keeper’s gloves from AB de Villiers, but Quinton failed to deliver the performance. Quinton was again selected for the 4th and final test match and in this test match Quinton scored his Test debut century, he scored 129 runs not out. In this series, he reached a milestone as the fastest 10 One Day international century. Quinton completed his 10th century in his 5th match.

In March 2014, South Africa played a T20 series against Australia, these t20 series consist of 3-matches. Quinton was named the “Player of the Series” in this T20 tournament, Quinton’s performance was outstanding and remarkable but South Africa lost the series by 0-2.

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Quinton IPL Career

In the Player Auction on 3 rd February 2013, Quinton was bought for $20,000 by Sunrisers Hyderabad for the 2013 IPL season. Quinton failed to impress in the Indian Premier League, he could not perform well this season for Sunrisers Hyderabad.

In IPL 2014 season, Quinton was signed to the IPL franchise Delhi Daredevils, he was bought for 3.5 Crore in the IPL players’ auction. De Kock eventually became the highest-bid international wicket-keeper in IPL 2014 auction. Quinton has been a part of the Delhi Daredevils franchise since 2014.

Quinton De Kock Awards
He has been awarded the “Man of the Match” title for several ODIs.
Quinton has also won the title of “Player of the Series” award for several matches.
In T20 cricket Quinton won the title of “Man of the Match” award in 2014 against Pakistan.
In Twenty20 cricket in the same year 2014, Quinton won the award of “Man of the Series” against Australia.
Quinton De Kock Net Worth

Quinton is a popular and demanding cricketer in the South African team, his consistency showed his potential and skills. De Kock’s net worth is $5 Million. De Kock is earning a handsome amount of money by playing matches national and international. He made his bright in no time worldwide. Quinton’s salary is $1.3 million.

Quinton De Kock’s Favourite Things
Batsman:- AB de Villiers, Chris Gayle, Hashim Amla & Kumar Sangakkara
Bowling:- Dale Steyn
Actor:- Dwayne Johnson & Mark Wahlberg
Food:- Not Known
Destination:- Not known
Hobbies:- Fishing
Some Facts about Quinton De Kock
Quinton does not smoke.
Quinton De Kock drinks alcohol.
He was the captain of South Africa’s U-19 in January 2012.
Quinton, Neil Mckenzie, and Graeme Smith studied at the same school.
Quinton was a big fat at a young age and his mates used to call him Tubby Taylor due to his similar physique to Mark Taylor.
The Cheerleader Sasha Hurly was impressed with Quinton during a match and she congratulated him after the match, after this match Sasha and Quinton were seen together, they had social networking interactions and now both of them are dating each other, Sasha is the girlfriend of Quinton.
Quinton de Kock shares a joint record with West Indian Viv Richards, Kevin Pietersen, and Jonathan Trott to the fastest 1,000 runs in One Day Internationals.


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