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|Born||May 08, 1993|
|Age||27 years 340 days|
|Teams||Australia, New South Wales, Sydney Sixers, Perth Scorchers, Australia A, Kolkata Knight Riders, Sydney Thunder, Delhi Capitals, Mumbai Indians, Cummins XI|
|Bat Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm fast|
|BBI||23 / 6||70 / 5||15 / 3||34 / 3|
|BBM||62 / 10||70 / 5||15 / 3||34 / 3|
Cummins' has no real weakness in his skill set but a fragile body meant that he couldn't capitalize on the sensational debut that he had. Although he did feature in white-ball cricket during this Test hiatus, there too he wasn't a regular starter with injuries inevitably consuming him at frequent intervals. It did seem like such a powerhouse of talent would end up combusting in the flame of injuries. However, the 2016-17 season saw Cummins upping his fitness levels in a big way. After a few years of constant preparation, it seems like the body was finally starting to be stable.
Cummins was picked for the Test tour of India in early 2017 and this was an examination for him in all aspects. The sub-continent isn't the best place for a fast bowler due to the pitches and the temperature levels. Add to that Cummins' inherent fragility and there were concerns on how he would pull up. But he put all that to rest by featuring in two Tests back to back and seemed quite hungry for more. The IPL season that year saw him play more competitive cricket and the presence of Indian pace great Zaheer Khan helped Cummins' mould himself a lot better.
Despite the progress, Cummins still had to consistently keep the good work going for putting his career on track. The Bangladesh tour saw Cummins progressing well and after proving his fitness over a long period of time, 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.
Ever since that series, Cummins has progressed to becoming the premier strike bowler of the national team across formats with the ODI series win in India in 2019 being a massive achievement. Fitness was the only concern anyway and his determination has allowed him to know his body better. Barring injuries, there is nothing that can stop him from a legend.
World Cup through the years
Cummins was part of the title-winning Australian squad of 2015 but played just two games (where he did well) due to recurring injury concerns and other reasons. With complete command over his fitness since 2017, he is the first pace option on the team sheet these days. Quite obviously, Cummins’ form will be massive to Australia’s chances in the tournament, given the kind of strike weapon that he is, even on flat tracks. He can also belt the ball down the order, although that role isn’t one that has much responsibility. Certainly not as much as his bowling duties are. A fit and firing Cummins will boost Australia’s hopes of defending the title in England.
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