Graham Thorpe bowls right arm medium and bats left handed for the England and Surrey cricket team.
Graham Thorpe debuted in One day International cricket on 19th May 1993 at Manchester against Australia. In this match, he took 1 catch and scored 31 runs in 38 balls as the No. 6 batsman. Australia won this match by 4 runs. Thorpe played his first Test match from 1st to 6th July 1993 at Nottingham against Australia. In the 1st innings, he faced 13 deliveries and scored 6 runs at the No. 6 batting slot. He also took 1 catch. In the 2nd innings, he was assigned the No. 7 batting position and he remained unbeaten on 114 off 280 deliveries. This knock was inclusive of 11 fours. As a fielder, he took one catch. This match resulted in a draw.
In Test cricket, 6744 runs were accumulated by Graham Thorpe in 100 matches at a batting strike rate of 45.89 and batting average of 44.66. His highest score was 200 not out and he took 105 catches. He has scored 778 fours, 9 sixers, 39 half centuries and 16 centuries. Thorpe piled up 2380 runs in 82 One day Internationals with 89 as his highest score. His batting average was 37.18 and batting strike rate was 71.17. His run aggregate includes 21 fifties, 172 boundaries and 5 sixers. He has taken 42 catches.