Jonathan Trott

Trott leaves England's Ashes tour to recover from `stress-related illness`

Jonathan-TrottLondon, Nov 25 : England batsman Jonathan Trott has sensationally left England's Ashes tour after only one Test to recover from a stress-related illness.

According to the Guardian, Trott revealed that he does not feel it is right that he is playing because he knows that he is not 100 percent and cannot currently operate at the level he did in the past.

He added that his priority now is to take a break from cricket so he can focus on his recovery, and wished his teammates all the very best for the remainder of the tour.

Trott shrugs off Mitchell Johnson's `short ball` barbs ahead of first Test

Jonathan TrottSydney, Nov 13  : England player Jonathan Trott has said that he is not worried about the short ball that Australian bowler Mitchell Johnson has to offer.

He said that there were always a few weaknesses but he has improved on them and has fallen back into place.

Meanwhile, Australian selection boss John Inverarity has urged Test bowler Mitchell Johnson to continue his attack on England that he produced during the one-day series in September.

Trott overtakes Manjrekar's record

Trott overtakes Manjrekar's recordAuckland, March 23 - England's Jonathan Trott Saturday surpassed Indian batsman Vijay Manjrekar in scoring the most number of runs in Test matches without hitting a six.

The England top order batsman passed Manjrekar here at the Eden Park while scoring 27 before being bowled by New Zealand pacer Trent Boult in the third and final Test.

In total, Trott now has 3,215 runs, seven more than Manjrekar's 3,208.

Manjrekar played 55 Tests from 1951 to 1965 scoring 3,208 runs at an average of 39.12. He hit seven centuries with a highest of 189 not out. (IANS)

England batsman Trott named ICC Cricketer of the Year

England batsman Trott named ICC Cricketer of the YearLondon, Sep. 13 : England batsman Jonathan Trott was on Monday named the International Cricket Council''s (ICC) Cricketer of the Year for his achievements during 2011 when he compiled 1,042 runs at an average of 65.12 in 12 tests.

Trott, 30, struck four centuries and three half-centuries. In addition, he played 24 one-day internationals, hitting 1,064 runs at an average of 48.36 with two centuries and nine 50s.

In that period, England retained the Ashes in Australia and won test series against Sri Lanka, India and Pakistan.

Jonathan Trott takes England on the top of the test match against Bangladesh

Jonathan Trott takes England on the top of the test match against BangladeshThe British batsman Jonathan Trott has registered his first ever double century in his test career on the second day of the first test match against Bangladesh. Trott’s double ton has ensured the home team on a comfortable and commendable position in the test match.

From the over night score of 362-4, England have managed to score a 505 all out in 125 over. Trott has scored unbeaten 217 in this match. He has become the seventh English batsman and 14th overall to score a test double hundred at Lord’s.

England batters Morgan, Trott chase IPL riches

England batters Morgan, Trott chase IPL richesCape Town (South Africa), Nov. 25 : Eoin Morgan and Jonathan Trott are expected to head the next group of England players chasing the potential riches of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2010.

According to The Times, the two batsmen are the brightest sparks to emerge in the one-day side this year and it is understood that contact has been made already between franchises and representatives of the pair.

Trott’s stroke-filled soiree draws no abuse from South African crowd

Trott’s stroke-filled soiree draws no abuse from South African crowdLondon, Nov 7 : England batsman Jonathan Trott has made a run-filled return to South Africa, the country of his birth, and insisted that he did not receive one word of abuse.

Trott scored 85 and laid the foundation for England’s emphatic 185-run victory in their practice match against Diamond Eagles.

Trott warns sledging will backfire on Proteas players

Trott warns sledging will backfire on Proteas playersLondon, Oct 27 : England batsman Jonathan Trott has warned South Africa that sledging him will backfire on their players.

The right-handed batsman returns to the country of his birth this winter following his incredible debut in the final Ashes Test.

Trott struck a sublime second innings century at the Oval as England regained the little urn from Australia, The Sun reports.

Trott, part of Test and limited overs squads, faces South Africa in two Twenty20s, five ODIs and four Tests.

Ashes hero Trott is also a diehard Hotspur fan!

Ashes hero Trott is also a diehard Hotspur fan!London, Aug. 26 : The signed England shirt and cricket stump will not be the only mementoes on the walls of Jonathan Trott's Birmingham home. They will be given equal billing alongside his other most-prized sporting possession, his autographed Tottenham top from manager Harry Redknapp.

Trott, whose brilliantly assured second-innings century on his Test debut helped lay the foundations for the triumph, is not just a cricket lover - he''s a Spurs nut.

England''s new batting hero Trott says he just tries to be himself

England''s new batting hero Trott says he just tries to be himselfLondon, Aug. 24 : England’s new batting hero Jonathan Trott says he''s no Kevin Pietersen, but his own man.

The 28-year-old produced a debut Test century of the finest class to catapult his career - in the cauldron of the fifth Test decider at the Oval.

''''I''ve always said I don''t try to emulate anyone,'''' The Age quoted Trott, as saying after his 119 helped England set Australia 546 for victory.

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