The holder of a British passport, Matt Renshaw was born in Yorkshire, moved with his family to New Zealand at 7, and then to Australia at age 10. At 19, Renshaw had become the youngest man ever to score a Sheffield Shield century for Queensland with 170 on a slow, challenging pitch in Mackay.
An opening batsman of old-fashioned, long-form temperament, Matt Renshaw was called into Australia's Test squad at the age of 20 to partner David Warner at the top of the order. He scored 71 in his debut test on home soil in Brisbane, before scoring his maiden Test century the following test in Sydney.
The sky is the limit for Renshaw, with a long international career his for the taking.
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