The Australian fast bowler represents the old and the new breed of being a pacer in cricket. He has lethal pace but also knows how to adapt to conditions. Cummins has been immensly successful in the Indian subcontinent which makes him an intriguing prospect to have in the Australian roster. Once his Achilles Heel, now consistent line and length have become one of the biggest strengths of this tall bowler. If given more time and oppurtunites, he is worthy of leading the bowling lineup for The Kangaroos.
Medium Ash Blonde
Date of Birth:
8 March 1993
Age (as on 2020):
Westmead, Sydney, Australia
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St Paul's Grammar School
University of Technology, Sydney
Bachelor in Business
Laura and Kara Cummins
Matt and Tim Cummins
Mount Riverview, Blue Mountains, Australia
vs South Africa at Centurion, October 19, 2011
vs South Africa at Johannesburg, November 17-21, 2011
vs South Africa at Cape Town, October 13, 2011
#30 Australia, Mumbai Indians
Sydney Thunder, Mumbai Indians
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Career Turning Point
Pat Cummins broke onto the scene in his maiden Big Bash League season. He took 11 wickets for New South Wales at average of 14.09.
Doing Crosswords, Hanging out at Northern Beaches of New South Wales in Australia
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Girlfriends, Spouse and Children
5.4 Crore INR ($787,212)
Awards and recognitions
After getting 11 wickets in the Big Bash Sereies, Pat Cummins became the youngest cricket player in Australia to be contrated for an international series.
Lesser Known Facts
When Cummins was in college, he was an Elite Athlete Program scholar.
He has scored 305 runs in 11 Test matches he has played for Australia.
When he was only three years of age, he lost the top portion of his middle finger as a door was slammed on it by accident.