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Tim Seifert

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NameTim Seifert
BornDecember 14, 1994
Wanganui
Age26 years 124 days
TeamsNew Zealand, New Zealand U19, New Zealand XI, Northern Knights, New Zealand A, Trinbago Knight Riders, Kolkata Knight Riders
NicknameSeifert
Bat StyleRight Handed Bat
Bowl Style
Batting Statistics
Batting Statistics for Tim Seifert. Profile Updated On 16 Friday April 2021 200503000000
TestODIT20IIPL
Mat-335-
Inn-232-
Runs-33695-
Avg-16.524.82-
SR-122.22133.14-
HS-2284-
NO-04-
100s-00-
50s-05-
4s-257-
6s-137-
Bowling Statistics
Bowling Statistics for Tim Seifert. Profile Updated On 16 Friday April 2021 200503000000
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Mat-335-
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Profile
Profile for Tim Seifert. Profile Updated On 16 Friday April 2021 200503000000
Great things come in small and powerful packages. Tim Seifert explains why. He sprung into news after he blasted his way to the quickest T20 ton in New Zealand 's domestic history. A 40 ball ton against Auckland meant it opened untraversed avenues for the pint-sized dynamite of a batsman.

This knock also coincided with the musical chairs for the keeper's slot in the shorter formats. Tom Blundell and Glenn Phillips were auditioned and their blues at the international level never seized. That meant mid-way into the tri-series involving Australia and England in early 2018, Tim got his debut as a T20 international and sparkled with a cameo straightaway.

Only two years old at the domestic level, it was a huge leap for Seifert. Looked after by former NZ keeper Gareth Hopkins and Jason Hills, Tim has been a wicket-keeper since he was at intermediate school. Short and stout, he packs a punch while playing his shots. Tim also traveled with the New Zealand A team to India. He held his own in the 4 day games amidst the ruins as New Zealand A suffered heavy defeats but in the One Dayers got a couple of ducks in both the games he featured.

Given that he is very young, NZ would be thinking of him as an investment for the upcoming tourneys.

by Kumar Abhisekh Das