Tim David is a Singaporean-Australian expert cricketer who made his worldwide presentation for Singapore in July 2019 in the T20I design and addressed the country in 14 T20I matches until March 2020. His family had moved from Australia to Singapore during the 1990s in light of the fact that his dad was working there as an architect.
Tim was born in Singapore yet the family got back to Australia when he was around 2 years of age, in the fallout of the 1997 Asian monetary emergency.
Tim then experienced childhood in Perth, Western Australia.
|Height||6 ft 5 in|
|Date of Birth||March 16, 1996|
This present circumstance made him qualified to address both Singapore and Australia in worldwide cricket. He decided to address his introduction to the world nation of Singapore at first and was even a piece of Singapore’s crew for the 2019 version of the ICC World T20 Qualifier competition that was held in the United Arab Emirates. By 2020 however, as he started performing great in T20 associations all over the planet, there were mumbles that the Australian selectors were hoping to draft him into their public crew. Under the standards of the ICC (International Cricket Council), he was considered qualified to play for Australia notwithstanding having recently played for Singapore. Tim quit playing for Singapore from that point and awaited his chance, sitting tight for an Australian call-up. In September 2022, he was remembered for Australia’s 15-man crew that was named for the 2022 ICC World T20 that should have been held in Australia in the long stretches of October and November.
A hard-hitting center request hitter, Tim has been highlighted in establishment based T20 associations all over the planet, showing up for Perth Scorchers (2017-2020) and Hobart Hurricanes (2020-Present) in the BBL (Big Bash League); Lahore Qalandars (2021) and Multan Sultans (2022) in the PSL (Pakistan Super League); Saint Lucia Kings (2021) in the CPL (Caribbean Premier League); Royal Challengers Bangalore (2021) and Mumbai Indians (2022) in the IPL (Indian Premier League).
In the 2022 IPL season, he confronted 86 balls and hit 16 of them for a six, in this way completing the season with the best-at any point strike rate (least 50 balls played) for a player in a solitary release of the competition.
Tim has played homegrown cricket in England addressing groups, for example, Surrey County Cricket Club (2021) and Lancashire County Cricket Club (2022).
He has likewise played for Southern Brave (2021-2022) in The Hundred, an expert establishment 100-ball cricket competition that was presented by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) as another configuration of cricket that was played without precedent for July and August 2021. In the last match of the 2021 (debut) time of The Hundred, Tim scored 15 runs off 6 balls, took a catch, and affected a critical runout, all of which assumed a huge part in his group coming out on top for the championship.