‘Been in fantastic form for a while now,’ Aaron Finch says of Tim David’s call-up to Australia. The young batsman finished IPL 2022 with 186 runs in eight matches. At a strike rate of 216.27 and an average of 37.20.
Aaron Finch, Australia’s limited-overs captain. Has hinted that Singaporean all-rounder Tim David may be in the running for an international cap. After impressing with his exceptional batting performances. It should be noted that the aspiring cricketer has never played domestic cricket for Australia.
David has been in outstanding form with the bat over the last month and a half. After emerging as the Mumbai Indians’ best finisher in the recently concluded IPL, the Singaporean cricketer continued his outstanding form in the ongoing T20 Blast in England, scoring a blistering 60 runs from 25 deliveries for Lancashire against Worcestershire. His inning featured four fours and four sixes.
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‘The IPL’s back end was fantastic for him.’ Tim David – Aaron Finch
“I believe so.” “He’s been in fantastic form for a while now,” Finch told Fox Cricket. “He had a fantastic finish to the IPL.” He was at his most ruthless. The ability to hit from ball one is a fairly uncommon skill, and he’s demonstrated it numerous times. Because he’s been so consistent, that’s something we’ll definitely look into in the coming months.”
Although David has yet to achieve international fame and fortune, he has represented Singapore in 14 T20Is, scoring 558 runs at an average of 46.50. The Mumbai Indians paid INR 8.25 crore for the 26-year-old during a two-day mega auction in Bengaluru in February of this year. Despite this, he spent the majority of the season warming the bench.
When David was given a chance, he made the most of it, proving to be a reliable finisher for the five-time champions, with a few of his knocks proving match-winning. The young batsman finished IPL 2022 with 186 runs in eight matches at a strike rate of 216.28 and an average of 37.20.
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