Tim David played 14 T20Is for Singapore. But after that he tried to fulfill his dream of putting on the Aussie jersey.
Tim David was purchased by Indians from Mumbai at the 2022 IPL auction for a staggering £8.25million. TimDavid / Instagram
Australia’s new sensation Tim David trained in an Australian shirt for the first time in the nets ahead of the inaugural T20I against India in Mohali.
There has been significant hype surrounding the batsman, who is the only player to join the 2021 World Cup squad.
David played for Singapore until March 2020 but then made his way to the Australian Cricket Circuit. If the power-hitter earns a place in the squad, it will be his second international debut, so to speak, and his dream of playing for Australia will come true. And with injuries to Marcus Stoinis and Mitchell Marsh, David will likely get a nod.
Cricket.com.au shared a video on Twitter showing David hitting the ball hard in all directions.
Watch the video here:
David played 14 T20Is for Singapore, scoring 558 runs including 4 half centuries. But he subsequently left the team and pursued his dream of donning the Aussie jersey.
However, it will be worth seeing who the 26-year-old will replace once Marsh and Stoinis return as the batting order looks jam-packed through number seven. While David Warner and skipper Aaron Finch will open the innings, Mitchell Marsh follows in third. Steve Smith, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell and Matthew Wade will fill the following positions.
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