The wait is over. Former Singapore cricketer Tim David has made his debut in the Australian national team jersey. David is in the Aussie XI for the first T20I of the series against India on Tuesday. Australia won the toss and invited India to bat.
Right-handed David has already gained fame as a mercurial batter. He played 14 T20Internationals for Singapore. He scored 558 runs at an average of 46.50 and a strike rate of 158.52. His last international match was against Hong Kong in March 2020. As his parents were Australians, he later decided to play for Australia.
Cricket Australia (CA) did not make the mistake of recognizing the player. His name was added to the World Cup squad before his debut. A few days ago, former Aussie captain, Ricky Ponting said about David, “He is the kind of player who can win you the World Cup. David has a chance to prove himself on Indian soil before the World Cup.
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