Graham Thorpe was born in Farnham, Surrey, in August 1969, as the third and final son of three sons.
Thorpe was born right-handed,.
He modified his stance when he was six years old to make it more difficult for his two elder brothers to get him out and because the boundary in his backyard was shorter on the leg-side for a left-hander.
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He comes from an athletic family in Farnham, Surrey. He was birth to his parents on August 1, 1969, and he is currently 52 years old.
Between 2010 until 2022, Thorpe was the England team’s batting coach. Thorpe resigned as England’s batting coach in February 2022, following the team’s 4-0 loss to Australia in the Ashes.
Thorpe was named Afghanistan’s head coach in March 2022.
Thorpe played another two months with Surrey before following up his test retirement with his retirement from domestic cricket in August 2005.
He served New South Wales as a batting coach in two seasons starting in 2005/6 and played for UTS-Balmain in the Sydney First Grade competition. Thorpe was named as assistant coach of New South Wales in 2007 replacing Matthew Mott who was promoted to the position of coach