Jonathan Trott: A look at the England batsman's career after suffering a repeat of stress-related illness

Trott has announced he will be taking a second break from all forms of cricket

Following a second occurrence of the stress-related illness that forced Jonathan Trott to take time out from all forms of cricket, here's a look at how the batsman's career has panned out so far.

1981: Born April 22 in Cape Town, South Africa.

2000: January - represents South Africa in Under-19 World Cup.

2001: Makes first-class debut for Western Province.

2002: Hits 245 on debut for Warwickshire's second XI having joined the county as a non-overseas player due to English parentage.

2003: Makes County Championship bow for Warwickshire, scoring 134 against Sussex. Takes maiden first-class five-wicket haul with seven for 39 against Kent.

2005: Tops 1,000 runs for the season for the first time.

2007: Called up to England squad, playing two Twenty20 Internationals against the West Indies, making 11 and two.

2009: August 4 - Called up to England's fourth Ashes Test squad after averaging 83 for Warwickshire.

August 16 - Makes Test debut in the final Ashes match at the Oval, scoring 119 in the second innings as England regain the Ashes with a 119-run win.

2010: May 28 - Scores Test-best score of 226 against Bangladesh as England claim an eight-wicket victory.

February 20 - Plays last of his seven Twenty20 internationals.

July 12 - Makes first one-day international century as he scores 110 against Bangladesh at Edgbaston. Named man of the series after scoring 404 runs in the 3-1 Test series victory over Pakistan.

November 28/29: Makes 135 in an unbeaten partnership of 329 with Alastair Cook as England rescue the first Ashes Test in Brisbane.

December 27/28: Scores an unbeaten 168 to claim man of the match honours at the MCG on his way to ending the Ashes series with 445 runs as England retain the urn.

2011: March 2 - Joins Viv Richards and Kevin Pietersen as the fastest man to 1000 ODI runs - achieving the feat in his 21st game - but England lose to Ireland and exit the World Cup at the quarter-final stage.

May 28/29 - Makes second Test double-hundred with 203 against Sri Lanka. Named ICC Cricketer of the Year, England Cricketer of the Year and one of Wisden's five Cricketers of the Year for 2011.

2012: Plays two County Championship games for Warwickshire, including scoring 178 against Sussex, as the Bears win the Division One title.

December 16/17: Scores 143 to help secure a draw in the fourth Test at Nagpur as England win a series in India for the first time since 1985.

2013: Summer - Contributes 293 runs as England beat Australia 3-0 to win a third consecutive Ashes series.

November 22: Bounced out by Mitchell Johnson for 10 as England collapse to 136 all out in the first Ashes Test.

November 23: Falls to Johnson again, this time for nine, and Australia opener David Warner labels his dismissal as "weak".

November 25: The ECB announces that Trott is to return home from the Ashes tour due to a stress-related illness.

2014: March - States his desire to win back his England place after claiming he was "burnt out" in Australia, but not depressed. His comments earn much criticism from several former players, most notably Michael Vaughan, who said in the Daily Telegraph he felt "conned" by Trott's explanation for returning home.

April 1 - Makes his return to cricket, but scores just four runs in Warwickshire's two-day friendly match against Gloucestershire at Edgbaston.

April 8 - Once again struggles to find form after making eight from 22 balls against Oxford MCCU.

April 13-16 - Records scores of 37 and 26 in Warwickshire's opening LV= County Championship match against Sussex, who claim a seven-wicket win.

April 18 - The ECB and Warwickshire confirm Trott has suffered a repeat of his stress-related symptoms and will take a break from cricket.

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