Graham Thorpe is a former English cricketer who played for England internationally and Surrey domestically. He toured with both the senior and A sides of the band for a decade.
He famously smashed a century off just 231 balls in a 51-over partnership with Andrew Flintoff against New Zealand in Christchurch.
His on-field personality changed to one of grumpiness as a result.
While on tour in South Africa in 1999-2000, he decided to spend time with his family instead. Rejuvenated, he resumed his career after taking a hiatus.
His marital woes were widely publicized in 2002, and they had a significant impact on his performance.
In the end, he decided to forgo a trip to Australia because he wanted to spend more time with his family. He also announced his retirement from one-day internationals.
However, he rose from the ashes, as is typical of great players, to lead England to win in the fifth Test at the Oval, when he hit an incredible 124 to inspire his team to victory.
England’s victory meant that they were able to secure an improbable series draw.
Who Is Graham Thorpe Wife, Amanda?
Former English cricketer, Graham Thorpe is currently married to Amanda Thorpe. Despite the fame, Graham enjoys, Amanda lives the opposite.
She has kept details about her personal life away from the spotlight.