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|Born||December 12, 1986|
|Perth, Western Australia|
|Age||34 years 236 days|
|Teams||Australia, Western Australia Chairmans XI, Sydney Thunder, Western Australia, Perth Scorchers, Chennai Super Kings, Gujarat Lions, Gloucestershire, Punjab Kings, Cricket Australia XI, Australia A, Rajasthan Royals, World XI, Finch XI|
|Bat Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm fast-medium|
|BBI||-||46 / 5||23 / 4||17 / 4|
|BBM||-||46 / 5||23 / 4||17 / 4|
Tye was immediately signed up to play for the Sydney Thunder franchise in the 2013-14 season, before switching to the Perth Scorchers in the 2014-15 season of the BBL, playing a key role in their title clinching campaign. His performances caught the selectors’ radar and he made his T20 international debut against India at Melbourne in 2016. Tye hasn't created any ripples in his international career so far although the sample size is clearly too small to make a judgement. He definitely has the skill but it's also about having the temperament to execute.
Like his numbers show, Tye is predominantly a limited-overs bowler who thrives on choking the batsmen with pressure, caused either by his accuracy, the scoreboard or at times, both. He doesn't clock a high speed but is still moderately quick and what enables Tye to succeed is his clever pace variations which can baffle the batsmen especially when they are trying to up the ante. All this has enabled Tye to build a reputation as an extremely reliable slog-overs bowler in the domestic circuit of Australia. He has shown it often during the BBL as well where he has managed to stifle the batsmen with his craft. Apart from his bowling, Tye is also a more than handy hitter down the order with the penchant to hit really big sixes. All this makes him a very useful package in the shorter formats, particularly in T20s.
Despite all these accolades on the domestic front, Tye will know that those will mean for nothing if he cannot get the job done in national colors. He will be keen to be consistent in T20s and gradually, even make a name for himself in ODIs. The knuckle ball that he delivers has become a rage among limited-overs bowlers these days and there are few who can execute it better than Tye himself.
IPL - Through the years
Although a part of CSK's squad in 2015, he had to wait until 2017 and a new franchise in Gujarat Lions to get a game. Brought in to arrest a dwindling campaign, Tye struck gold in his very first match, picking up a hat-trick en route his fifer to finish with the best figures by a debutant in the IPL - 5/17. His 'knuckle ball' - too good for most big names - became the talking point through the season. He triggered a bidding war between CSK, RR and KXIP in 2018 major auction, finding a new home in Punjab for 7.2 crores INR, and he impressed immediately with 24 wickets and the Purple cap under his belt.
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