Jason Omar Holder is a Barbadian cricketer and the former captain of the West Indies cricket team. He is a right arm fast bowling all-rounder who features in all three cricketing formats.
|Born||5 November 1991,|
|Height||6 ft 7 inch (201 cm)|
Jason Holder was born on 5 November 1991 in Barbados to Ronald and Denise Holder. He is now 32 years old (2023).
Jason Holder’s mother is named Denise Holder and his father is named Ronald Holder. They are both originally from Barbados and have been supportive of Jason’s cricket career from a young age.
Jason Holder has a younger brother named Codeman Holder, who is also a cricketer and has played for Barbados in the regional cricket competitions. His girlfriend is Christina.
Jason Holder attended the Christ Church Foundation School in Barbados for his secondary education. However, he left school before completing his A-levels to focus on his cricket career.
Jason Holder is a West Indian cricketer an all-rounder player who made his international debut for the West Indies in 2013. Since then, he has become a key member of the team, known for his all-round abilities as a pace bowler and lower-order batsman.
Holder’s early career was marked by his impressive performances in domestic cricket, particularly for Barbados. He was first called up to the West Indies Test squad in 2012, but had to wait until June 2014 to make his debut against New Zealand in Jamaica. In the same year, he also made his debut in ODI and T20I cricket for the West Indies.
In January 2015, Holder was appointed as the captain of the West Indies Test team, becoming the youngest-ever captain for the team at the age of 23. He led the team in a series of high-profile Test matches against Australia and South Africa, but struggled to find success as captain in his early years due to the team’s inconsistent performances.
However, in 2016, Holder led the West Indies to a historic victory in the ICC World T20 tournament held in India. He played a pivotal role in the tournament, taking 5 wickets and scoring 77 runs, and was named as the Player of the Series. This victory helped to establish Holder’s reputation as a top all-rounder in the game.
Holder continued to lead the West Indies in all formats of the game until 2021, when he stepped down from the captaincy following a series loss to Pakistan. During his tenure as captain, Holder oversaw a number of memorable performances from the West Indies team, including a surprise victory over England in the 2019 Cricket World Cup and a series win against England in the same year.
Holder’s individual performances have also been impressive throughout his career. He has taken over 100 Test wickets, with a career-best of 6/42, and has scored over 2,500 runs in Tests, with a high score of 202 not out. In ODIs, he has taken over 140 wickets and has scored over 1,500 runs, with a high score of 99 not out.
Holder has received numerous awards and accolades for his performances, including being named as the ICC Test Cricketer of the Year in 2019. He is widely regarded as one of the best all-rounders in the game and continues to be a key player for the West Indies team.
|Test Debut||26 June 2014 v New Zealand|
|ODI Debut||1 February v Australia|
|T20I Debut||15 January v New Zealand|
Jason Holder, the West Indian all-rounder, has not played a significant number of matches in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He made his IPL debut in 2013 with the Chennai Super Kings but played only one match in that season.
Holder was picked up by the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) franchise in the 2014 IPL auction, but he did not feature in any match that season. However, in the 2015 season, he played 7 matches for the SRH team and scored 46 runs at an average of 23.00, and took 9 wickets at an average of 16.22 with an economy rate of 7.00.
Holder’s performance in the 2016 IPL season was below average as he played only 2 matches for the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) team and failed to take any wicket. In the 2017 season, he played 11 matches for the KKR team and scored 16 runs at an average of 8.00 and took 11 wickets at an average of 29.27 with an economy rate of 8.57.
In the 2019 season, Holder played only one match for the Sunrisers Hyderabad, where he took one wicket for 33 runs in his 4 overs. In the 2020 season, he was called in as a replacement player by the Sunrisers Hyderabad for the injured Mitchell Marsh. He played 7 matches for the SRH team and scored 66 runs at an average of 33.00 and took 14 wickets at an average of 16.64 with an economy rate of 7.62.
In the 2021 season, Holder played 10 matches for the Sunrisers Hyderabad and scored 98 runs at an average of 24.50 and took 14 wickets at an average of 17.35 with an economy rate of 8.27.
Overall, Holder has played 39 matches in the IPL, scoring 226 runs at an average of 14.12 and taking 49 wickets at an average of 24.95 with an economy rate of 8.27.
In 2022 he came into LSG where he performed average and team released them .
In IPL 2023 mega auction he was acquired by Rajasthan Royals for 5.75 Crore rupees.
Jason Holder Net Worth
According to various online resources the net worth of Jason Holder is estimated around $6 M which is Rs. 44 crores rupees in Indian Currency.
Apart from match fees, ₹5.75 crore is the current salary of Jason Holder for playing from RR.
Social Media and Advertisements
Jason Holder has also a good amount of social media following by which he makes decent amount of money. He had also done many TV commercials for Brands till now.
|Net Worth||$6 million|
|Net Worth In Indian Rupees||44 Crore INR|
|Monthly Income And Salary||55 lakh+|
|Yearly Income||6 crore+|
|Income Source||Cricket, Advertisement|
Social Media of Jason Holder
Jason Holder has also a good amount of Fan following over his social media platforms. He has total 219K followers on his Instagram.
Jason Holder posts entertaining content on his Instagram.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
1.What is the net worth of Jason Holder in Indian rupees?
Ans. The net worth of Jason Holder in 44 crore in Indian rupees.
2. How old is Jason Holder?
Ans. Jason Holder is 32 years old.
3. Nick name of Jason Holder?
Ans. No nick name of Jason Holder.
4. Which country Jason Holder belongs ?
Ans. Jason Holder Belongs to Barbados .
5. For which team Jason Holder Played IPL in 2023 ?
Ans. Jason Holder Playing IPL for RR from this year (2023).
6. Salary of Jason Holder in IPL?
Ans. Jason Holder brought by RR in Rs 5.75 Crore.