Former Singaporean cricketer David

Former Singaporean cricketer David makes debut for Australia

Former Singaporean cricketer David makes debut for Australia


Before the start of the T20 World Cup, Australia is now in India to play a three-match T20 series. The first match of the series was held in Mohali. But besides this match, everyone’s eyes were on another cricketer. There were strong rumors that Tim David, who once played for the Singapore team, may make his debut in Australia’s jersey in the first match against India.


That rumor finally came true.

Former Singaporean cricketer Tim David made his debut in the Australian national team in this match.

After a long wait, he was anointed in the Australian jersey.


However, before the debut, Cricket Australia has added the name of this hard hitter batsman to the World Cup team. A few days ago, Ricky Ponting said about this talented cricketer, “He (Tim David) is the kind of player who can win you the World Cup.”


The Singapore-born batsman has played 14 T20 Internationals for Singapore so far. He scored 558 runs at an average of 46.50 and a strike rate of 158.52. However, he decided to play for Australia because his parents are Australians. Tim David’s father Rod David played for Singapore in the 1997 ICC Trophy.


It should be noted that Australia won against India on the day of David’s debut. Australia won their first match in Mohali to take a 1-0 lead in the 3-match series. The second match will be played in Nagpur on Friday. Let’s see how this new member of Team Australia does when gets a chance there.


Australia have named their playing XI for the first Test against South Africa, beginning in Brisbane on Saturday.


In a boost for the hosts, skipper Pat Cummins will be fit for the meeting after recovering from a quad injury, confirming the news as he put forward the rest of the XI a day out from play.


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