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Australian cricketer Born: May 8, 1993 (age 28 years), Westmead, Australia Height: 1.92 m Bowling: Right-arm fast Batting: Right-handed Siblings: Laura Cummins, Tim Cummins, Matt Cummins, Kara Cummins Current teams: Australian Men’s Cricket Team (Bowler), Kolkata Knight Riders (Bowler) Parents: Peter Cummins, Maria Cummins Full Name Patrick James Cummins Nickname(s) Cider, Cummo Profession Cricketer Height (approx.) in centimeters- 192 cm in meters- 1.93 m in feet inches- 6’ 4” Weight (approx.) in kilograms- 89 kg in pounds- 196.21 lbs Body Measurements (approx.) – Chest: 44 inches – Waist: 32 inches – Biceps: 17 inches Eye Colour Cobalt Blue Hair Colour Medium Ash Blonde Jersey Number #30 (Australia) / #30 (IPL) Domestic/State Team(s) Australia, Kolkata Knight Riders, New South Wales Second XI, Sydney Sixers, Delhi Daredevils, New South Wales, Perth Scorchers, Sydney Thunder Date of Birth 8 May 1993 Birth Place Westmead, Sydney (Australia) Zodiac sign/Sun sign Taurus Nationality Australian Hometown Westmead (Australia) School St Paul’s Grammar School College/University University of Technology, Sydney Educational Qualification Bachelor of Business Religion Christianity Hobbies Spending time at the Northern Beaches of NSW (Australia), playing crosswords Marital Status Unmarried Affairs/Girlfriends Becky Boston / Rebecca Boston Parents Father- Peter Cummins Mother- Maria Cummins Siblings Brothers- Matt, Tim Sisters- Laura, Kara

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Cummins grew up in Mount Riverview in the Blue Mountains with his two brothers and two sisters. He attended St Paul’s Grammar School and the University of Technology, Sydney under its Elite Athlete Program, graduating in 2017 with a Bachelor of Business. As a child he idolised Brett Lee, with whom he later briefly played domestic and international cricket. In 2011, Cummins revealed that at the age of three he lost the top of his middle finger on his right hand when his sister accidentally slammed a door on it. In February 2020, Cummins got engaged to his longtime girlfriend Becky Boston. They have a son together. He is a right-hand batsman and right-arm fast bowler (145 km per hour). During his college days, he was an Elite Athlete Program scholar. He played a junior level cricket at Glenbrook Blaxland Cricket Club, and then the first-grade cricket for Penrith in 2010. From 3 to 5 March 2011, his first-class debut was Tasmania v New South Wales at Hobart. On 13 February 2011, his List A debut was New South Wales v Queensland at Sydney. In 11 test matches, he scored 305 at the average of 25.41 and got 46 wickets (average- 25.95). In 39 ODIs, he hit 144 runs (average- 12.00) and got 64 wickets (average- 28.45). In 18 T20s, he scored only 28 and grabbed 23 wickets (average- 20.52). He scored total 569 runs (average- 31.61) with 83 wickets (average- 26.59) in 22 first-class matches. His 58 List A match record is 274 runs (average- 13.04) with 94 wickets (average- 27.95). In his ‘Maiden Big Bash’ season – he topped the bowling charts with 11 wickets at 14.09. He is selected by Mumbai Indians to play in the 2018 IPL. In 2011, during an interview, he told that when he was three years old the top portion of his middle finger was lost because a door was slammed on it accidentally. Pat Cummins is a player that truly epitomizes the Aussie spirit of never giving up. After making a stellar start to his career, injuries nearly forced him into oblivion but the star all-rounder batted all odds and now proudly sits on the top of the ICC Test bowler rankings. Patrick James Cummins, better known as Pat Cummins is an Australian cricket player who was born on May 8, 1993 in Westmead, Sydney. He is a right-handed batsman and a right handed fast bowler. Pat Cummins started his junior cricket days by playing for for the Glenbrook Cricket Club. He then made his entry in first-class cricket in 2010, playing for Penrith. The 2010-11 season was the best season for his domestic c ricket and he emerged as the leading wicket-taker in the T20 Big Bash League 2010. In March 2011, he made his first-class debut in a match against Tasmania where he took his maiden four-wicket haul. Owning to his sheer pace and the ability to hit the deck on a consistent basis, Pat Cummins was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders in 2014. however, injuries and lack of opportunities meant that he played only 4 games over the course of the next two season. The Aussie bowler was then bough by Delhi Capitals ahead of IPL 2017. Cummins played 12 games and picked up 17 wickets. However, he became the most expensive buy in the 2020 IPL Auction after being bagged by KKR for a whopping 15.50 crores (AUD 3.17 million). It is back to purple and gold for pacer Cummins. Cummins made his debut in Test cricket an extremely young age of 18, a feat very people have achieved so far. When Cummins made his debut in Test cricket against South Africa in 2011, people expected too much from him. But he didn’t let those people down and bagged the Man of the Match award in his first test. Cummins took 1/38 and 6/79, becoming the second-youngest Test cricketer (behind Enamul Haque Jr.) to take six wickets in an innings. However, the gritty paceman had to wait six years for his next appearance as injuries struck a fragile body that could not withstand the rigors of international cricket. After battling his mental demons and the health-fitness issues, Pat Cummins made a comeback in the year 2017 when he was picked for the 2017 tour of India. And he looked a class apart as a much leaner, meaner and fitter Later he got the nod for the all-important Ashes series at home in 2017-18. It was the ideal opportunity to make a statement and Cummins didn’t let it go. He had an excellent series, often claiming crucial breakthroughs and also made invaluable contributions with the bat. Australia regained the urn and the cricketing world was convinced that Cummins is here to stay for long. Since the 2017 season, Cummins has been the first pick in the Australian Test side. While his compatritos like Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc, James Pattinson have been troubled by injuries time and again, Cummins has virtually remained injury-free. He also played in the two Tests of the 2018–19 Sri Lanka tour of Australia and was the chief architect of Australia’s innings win over Sri Lanka in the 1st Test at The Gabba with his maiden 10-wicket haul.

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