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Despite being in the limelight for almost 6 years, his personal life is very private. Zak Crawley was not yet married and there’s no information about his previous relationships. He loves his life out of the public eye. Zak Crawley is not seen dating anyone publicly.

Zak Crawley does not have any children as per media reports. It’s difficult to say anything about Zak Crawley’s love life, as he is not seen with anyone in public and there’s not enough data on his love life.

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Zak Crawley has never talked about his dating life or having a partner. Similarly, Crawley is not active on social media, which could have given hints about his personal life and girlfriend – if he had one.

Therefore, It is safe to assume Zak Crawley is currently single and focused on his career. It is possible that he is dating a girlfriend but has kept his relationship out of the spotlight.

So, unless Crawley confirms his dating status and reveals the identity of his partner, everything is mere speculation.

Zak Crawley Biography:

Zak Crawley was born in Bromley, a town located in the southeastern part of London. He received his education at New Beacon School and Tonbridge School. His father, Terry, started his career as a carpet fitter but later became a highly paid futures trader in the City of London. This change in profession led him to be listed among the wealthiest individuals in Britain according to the Sunday Times Rich List.

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From a young age, Crawley represented Kent in cricket, starting at the under-11 level. He completed his training at the Kent Cricket Academy and played for various cricket clubs including Holmesdale Cricket Club, Knockholt Cricket Club, and Sevenoaks Vine.

At the age of 15, Zak Crawley made his debut for Kent’s Second XI team in 2013. As he continued to perform consistently in the Second XI matches, he earned a professional contract with the club at the end of the 2015 season. During this time, he also participated in the England Elite Player Development program for London.

In the 2016-17 winter season in England, Crawley played cricket for Wembley Districts in Western Australian Grade Cricket.

Despite his average of less than 35 runs per innings in county cricket in both 2018 and 2019, Crawley was recognized as a promising candidate for international batting. His impressive performances in 2019 season, included two centuries, leading to his debut for the England Lions in a four-day match against an Australian XI in July. This was his first appearance for any England team.

During the season, Crawley made a total of 820 runs in the County Championship. As a result of his consistent performances, he was selected for the England cricket team’s Test match squad for their tour of New Zealand in the 2019/20 season. This was a significant achievement for Crawley, as he was one of four players without any prior international experience to be included in the squad.

After scoring a century in a warm-up match, Zak Crawley was called up to the team for the second Test due to Jos Buttler’s injury. At the age of 21, he made his Test debut at Seddon Park on 29th November.

In March 2020, Crawley extended his contract with Kent for an additional three years. Despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Crawley’s cricket journey continued. In May, Zak Crawley was selected as part of a group of 55 players who started training in preparation for international fixtures.

In June, Crawley’s talent and potential were recognized once again as he was included in England’s 30-man squad for training sessions conducted behind closed doors, in anticipation of the Test series against the West Indies. Zak Crawley went on to play in the first two Tests of the summer, showcasing his skills by scoring 76 runs in the second innings of the first Test, achieving his highest Test match score thus far.

Later in August, Crawley participated in the second Test against Pakistan. Despite interruptions due to rain, he managed to score a half-century during the match, further solidifying his contributions to the team.

Crawley’s international form in 2021 and 2022 was inconsistent. In the following winter, he was chosen to represent England in the tours of Sri Lanka and India. But, before the Indian series, he suffered a wrist sprain after slipping while leaving the dressing room, causing him to miss the first two matches. He made a comeback in the third Test, where he scored the highest runs for England in the first innings with 53 runs.

Zak Crawley then participated in the home series against New Zealand, but his batting performance was disappointing, with three innings yielding fewer than five runs. It was described as a challenging period for him, and his highest score in the series was only 17 runs.

Due to a COVID-19 outbreak, many members of the England One Day International (ODI) squad had to isolate, leading to Crawley being included in the revised squad for the series against Pakistan in July 2021. Zak Crawley made his ODI debut in the first match of the series and achieved an unbeaten half-century.

But, in Test matches, Crawley continued to struggle with his batting form in 2021. Out of the 16 innings he played that year, he had 11 single-figure scores, resulting in a low Test batting average of 10.81 for the year.

Although Zak lost his place in the team during the summer, Crawley’s central contract was renewed, and he was selected for the 2021-22 Ashes series in Australia. Zak Crawley was recalled to the team for the third Test in Melbourne after England’s poor batting performances in the early matches of the tour.

Despite a poor score in that match, he managed to retain his place for the rest of the five-match series following a score of 77 runs from 100 balls in the fourth Test. He was also chosen to join the tour of the West Indies in early 2022.

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