Jason Roy, the England opener, has been hit with a fine and suspended international ban for an undisclosed incident of behavior' prejudicial to the interests of cricket'


This is the second instance where Roy has opted out of the IPL after being picked by a franchise in the IPL auction. In IPL 2020, Roy was picked by Delhi Capitals for his then base price of INR 1.5 crore but the Surrey player pulled out of the cash-rich league due to personal reasons. Roy has scored 329 runs in 13 IPL matches at a strike rate of 129.01 and an average of 29.90. He has previously played for Gujarat Lions (2017), Delhi Daredevils (now Capitals) in 2018, and Sunrisers Hyderabad last season.

The England player went unsold in the IPL 2021 auction but was named replacement of Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh for SRH after the latter made himself unavailable owing to personal reasons. He warmed the bench for the most part of the season only to play his first match against Rajasthan Royals in place of former SRH skipper David Warner, Roy scored 60 off 42 balls to help the team secure their second win of the tournament.

The 31-year-old was part of the recently concluded Pakistan Super League 2022, he was the leading run-scorer of Quetta Gladiators with 303 runs in six innings. Roy scored a 57-ball 116 against eventual champions Lahore Qalandars as Gladiators chased 204 with three balls to spare and won by seven wickets. Jason Roy, the England opener, said his century against Pakistan in the fourth one-day international was an "emotional" one after he had spent a "rough morning" in the hospital with his baby daughter.

Roy scored a spectacular 114 in 89 balls and laid the foundation for England's three-wicket win over Pakistan in a chase of 340. It was his third 50-plus score in the series, and the 28-year-old is its leading run-getter with 277 runs at 92.33. However, Roy revealed the ton came after a sleepless night, having had to rush his two-month-old daughter to the hospital in the early hours of the morning. "This is a special one for me and my family," Roy told BBC Sport. "We had to take my little one to the hospital at 01:30 in the morning. I stayed there until 08:30 and came back for a couple of hours' sleep.

England's stand-in captain Jos Buttler lauded Roy and said his contributions over the last few years had been one of their biggest positives. "The strength of the batting line-up has been a big plus for us over the past few years," said Buttler.

England opener Jason Roy, who played his maiden Indian Premier League (IPL) for  Gujarat Lions, announced on Tuesday that he is going back home as England will be starting their international summer schedule by playing two One-Day Internationals (ODI) against Ireland which will commence on May 5. Roy in totality played three matches for the Lions and scored 59 runs with a strike rate of 147.50. His highest total for the 2017 season is 31. Roy took to Twitter to thank his team for the support which he received in IPL. "Thanks, @TheGujaratLions for having me this @IPL. Absolutely love playing cricket here in India and thanks for all the support," he wrote.

Commenting on the Champions Trophy, Roy was quoted by the telegraph.co.uk as saying, "It's definitely difficult getting into different mindsets. It's not really a technical thing; it's more a mindset thing. Especially going from red ball to white ball. T20 and 50-over cricket can be quite similar. So just playing white-ball cricket would be beneficial coming into the Champions Trophy."

Opening batsman Jason Roy will make his Test debut for England along with Olly Stone against Ireland on Wednesday at Lord's. Roy was on-fire in the World Cup 2019 as he notched up 443 runs to help his team lift the trophy. His aggressive batting and his temperament under pressure had earned him his maiden Test call-up for the one-off game against Ireland, and he will be eager to latch on to his chance and make a mark before the Ashes squad is announced.

English opener Jason Roy held his nerves to get to his ninth ODI hundred against Bangladesh on Saturday. After being sent in to bat first, the duo of Roy and Jonny Bairstow started off sedately, adding 128 for the first wicket. Roy was the more aggressive partner among them and carried on even after the latter was dismissed.

England opener Jason Roy on Tuesday said that he is not scared of the Australian attack and rather Aussies will be under pressure as the Ashes get underway from August 1.  Earlier, Australia’s pacer Josh Hazlewood had warned Roy of longer-format. However, the right-handed batsman said he is confident enough to make the most of this opportunity.

"He’s absolutely right. It is a different game and of course, it’s going to be hard. He’s stating the obvious there isn’t he? But they’re going to be under more pressure than I am. Australia’s attack has played Test cricket. They should know how to bowl and they’re under pressure to get me out," Roy told Daily Mail.

"I’m going in with open eyes and I’m expecting a lot of verbals. If it’s already started then great. That just gets you going. It’s going to be hard, it’s going to be challenging, and it’s a new prospect for me. But it will be fun."

Jason, having played brilliantly in the World Cup recently, agreed that red-ball cricket is absolutely different from that of white-ball. Though he made it clear that this won’t fade his touch, "It’s a different color ball now and different skill-sets are needed but cricket’s cricket. The ball comes down and you’ve got to score runs while they’ve got to get you out. The same principle applies to any form of the game.

"It’s nice to keep it simple. Whereas in one-day and T20 cricket you’re looking to attack, here I can relax and bat all day. But they’re a high-class attack. They know I’ve played one Test so they will have the upper hand. But I’m not scared and I’m not doubting myself. I’m just excited to be going to work against one of the best attacks in the world, and at Edgbaston too.

England batter  Jason Roy has been handed a suspended two-match international ban, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced on Tuesday. "A disciplinary panel of the Cricket Discipline Commission has announced its sanction on Jason Roy after he admitted a charge of conducting himself in a manner which may be prejudicial to the interests of cricket or which may bring the game of cricket, the ECB, and himself into disrepute," the ECB said. Details of the offense have not been disclosed. England swashbuckling white-ball opener  Jason Roy has expressed his disappointment at not being picked by either of the eight franchises in the IPL 2021 Auction.

The mini Indian Premier League auction took place in Chennai on February 18 where as many as 292 cricketers went under the hammer. Dreams were fulfilled as well as shattered as the eight franchises shelled out a cumulative sum of Rs 145.3 Crores in a bid to fill 57 out of the 61 available slots ahead of the 14th season of the lucrative cash-rich league. Glenn Maxwell broke the bank at the auction table once again as he was notched up by the Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for a mind-numbing amount of Rs 14.25 crore.

South African all-rounder Chris Morris broke all the previously held records to become the most expensive cricketer to be bought at the auction table. Morris was bought for a staggering Rs 16.25 Crore following a bidding war between Royal Challengers Bangalore, Punjab Kings, and Rajasthan Royals, who eventually won the bid. That said, not everyone was lucky to land himself the coveted IPL contract. As is the norm with the IPL every season, several high-profile players failed to attract any bids from either of the eight franchises. And, the most prominent names to go unsold were the English opening duo of Jason Roy and Alex Hales.

Jason Roy, who made his IPL debut back in 2018, where he featured for the Delhi Capitals, was bought by the Shreyas Iyer-led franchise in the 2019 IPL auction. However, the England white-ball opener pulled out weeks before the start of the tournament due to injury issues. Roy had once again thrown his hat in the ring this time around but with almost every franchise having a plethora of opening options within their rank, the Surrey batsman failed to attract any bid and hence went unsold.

England opener and Gujarat Titans’ IPL 2022 mega auction buy Jason Roy has confirmed that he has pulled out of the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League. The 31-year-old took to social media to announce his decision. On Monday it was reported that he had informed his decision Gujarat Titans and cited the “challenge of staying in the tournament bubble for an extended period" as the reason for his pullout.

On Tuesday, he took to Twitter and Instagram, and wrote that he is pulling out to spend some “quality time" with his family.“Hi everyone, especially the Gujarat Titans fans, and squad. It’s with a heavy heart I have decided to pull out of this year’s tournament. I want to thank the management and the captain Hardik (Pandya) for putting your faith in me and picking me in the auction," he wrote.

“However, with everything going on in the world over the last 3 years it’s added up and taken its toll on me. I feel it’s only right I spend some quality time with my family. As well as spending time working on myself and my game over the next couple of months leading into a very busy year. I will be following each game of the Titans and backing them to lift the trophy in their first year of the tournament."

Roy was a part of the SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in IPL 2021. Recently, he played for the Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League and emerged as one of the top run-getters in the tournament for the franchise despite playing only six games. In those six games, Roy managed to score 303 runs at an average of 50.50 and a strike rate of 170.22. Roy slammed two half-centuries and a hundred, but the Gladiators finished fifth in the six-team league.

What a debut Indian Premier League (IPL) game for Jason Roy. The batsman, who warmed the benches for quite some time, finally got his chance after former Sunriser Hyderabad (SRH) David Warner was not performing. Roy made full use of the opportunity provided and smashed his half-century against Rajasthan Royals (RR). While he was dismissed by Chetan Sakariya after scoring 60 of 42 balls, he has surely done his part along with batsmen Wriddhiman Saha (18) and Kane Williamson (25*).

The South African-English cricketer was bought by the Hyderabad franchise at the IPL 2021 auctions last year, but he did not get a game in the first leg of the tournament in India. Roy, who was part of the squad in UAE had to wait for his opportunity and with Warner struggling, it opened doors for the English batsman. In fact, according to ground reports, Warner had not even come out with SRH to the ground.

Talking about Roy making an impact on the game, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar told Star Sports before the start of play, "Only 15 players are allowed in the stadium, so David Warner may have to stick at the hotel due for some reasons. We don't know. But it is a big chance for Jason Roy to make an impact."He was there for the first half but did not get an opportunity to play in India. He is getting a chance now, and he is a mighty fine hitter, a mighty player," he added.

As for the clash, RR managed to score 164 runs and lost five wickets. As always the load of the scoring was on the skipper Sanju Samson's shoulders who smashed 82 of 57 balls. Samson even went on to become the highest-run getter in IPL 2021 surpassing Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul.

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Real Name Jason Roy
Nickname  Jason
Profession  South African-born English cricketer
Famous As South African-born English cricketer
Wife/Girlfriend Name Elle Moore
Age 31 Year Old (Approx)
Height (Approx) In centimeters- 183 cm (Approx)
In meters- 1.83 m (Approx)
In Feet Inches-6.0 (Approx)
Weight (Approx) In Kilograms- 75 kg  (Approx)
In Pounds-165 lbs (Approx)
Eye Colour  Brown
Hair Colour Brown
Date of Birth   21 July 1990
Birth Place Durban, South Africa
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Nationality English-South African
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School Name Not Known School
College Name Not Known College
Qualifications Graduation
Father Name Craig Roy
Mother Name Channel Roy
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Source Of Income South African-born English cricketer
Appeared As South African-born English cricketer
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Jason Roy’s Father’s Name Craig Roy
Jason Roy’s Mother’s Name Channel Roy
Jason Roy’s Wife/Girlfriend Name Elle Moore
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