Douglas Robert Jardine est un joueur de cricket international anglais né le 23 octobre 1900 à Bombay et décédé le 18 juin 1958 à Montreux. Batteur amateur au sein du Surrey County Cricket Club, il compte vingt-deux sélections en Test cricket entre 1928 et 1934. Capitaine de l'équipe d'Angleterre à partir de 1931, il est le principal initiateur de la tactique appelée Bodyline, employée notamment contre l'équipe d'Australie lors des Ashes en 1932-33, et qui provoque l'indignation australienne.

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  • Douglas Robert Jardine est un joueur de cricket international anglais né le 23 octobre 1900 à Bombay et décédé le 18 juin 1958 à Montreux. Batteur amateur au sein du Surrey County Cricket Club, il compte vingt-deux sélections en Test cricket entre 1928 et 1934. Capitaine de l'équipe d'Angleterre à partir de 1931, il est le principal initiateur de la tactique appelée Bodyline, employée notamment contre l'équipe d'Australie lors des Ashes en 1932-33, et qui provoque l'indignation australienne.
  • Douglas Robert Jardine (23 October 1900 – 18 June 1958) was a cricketer who played 22 Test matches for England, captaining the side in 15 of those matches between 1931 and 1934. A right-handed batsman, he is best known for captaining the English team during the 1932–33 Ashes tour of Australia. During that series, England employed "Bodyline" tactics against the Australian batsmen, wherein bowlers pitched the ball short on the line of leg stump to rise towards the bodies of the batsmen in a manner that most contemporary players and critics viewed as intimidatory and physically dangerous. Jardine is generally believed to be the person responsible for the implementation of Bodyline. A controversial figure among cricketers, he was well known for his dislike of Australian players and crowds and was unpopular in Australia, particularly for his manner and especially after the Bodyline tour. Many who played under his leadership regarded him as an excellent captain; not all regarded him as good at managing people. He was also famous in cricket circles for wearing a multi-coloured Harlequin cap.After establishing an early reputation as a prolific schoolboy batsman, Jardine played cricket for Winchester College, attended the University of Oxford, playing for its cricket team, and played for Surrey County Cricket Club as an amateur. He developed a defensive method of batting which was unusual for an amateur, receiving occasional criticism for negative batting. Despite this, Jardine was selected in Test matches for the first time in 1928, and went on to play with some success in the Test series in Australia in 1928–29. Following this tour, his business commitments prevented him from playing as much cricket. However, in 1931, he was asked to captain England in a Test against New Zealand. Although there were some initial misgivings about his captaincy, Jardine led England in the next three cricket seasons and on two overseas tours, one of which was the Australian tour of 1932–33. Of his 15 Tests as captain, he won nine, lost one and drew five. He retired from all first-class cricket in 1934 following a tour to India.Although Jardine was a qualified solicitor he did not work much in law, choosing instead to devote most of his working life to banking and, later on, journalism. He joined the Territorial Army in the Second World War and spent most of it posted in India. After the war, he worked as company secretary at a paper manufacturer and also returned to journalism. While on a business trip in 1957, he became ill with what proved to be lung cancer and died, aged 57, in 1958.
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  • Douglas Robert Jardine (23 October 1900 – 18 June 1958) was a cricketer who played 22 Test matches for England, captaining the side in 15 of those matches between 1931 and 1934. A right-handed batsman, he is best known for captaining the English team during the 1932–33 Ashes tour of Australia.
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