Sean Abbott, A Young kid to Cricket

He made his List A debut for New South Wales against Australia in the 2010–11 Ryobi One Day Cup at the Sydney Cricket Ground 2010. A year later he made his first-class debut against South Australia at the Adelaide Oval and Sean Abbott has developed into one of Australia’s most versatile bowling all-rounders in domestic Sean Abbott cricket. A medium-paced bowler who takes wickets and hits the ball cleanly with his bat, he returned to international cricket in late 2019 after a five-year absence against Pakistan in T20 cricket.

Debut sets him to go deeper in his career

 On 5 October 2014, he made his debut for Australia at the Twenty20 International against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates. He made his ODI debut on his 7th October 2014, again against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates. He was then called up to his squad for his T20I series in Australia in early November 2014, winning his two matches against South Africa. He also became a key figure in his side in the Sheffield Shield of New South Wales, consistently taking wickets and delivering a lower run that played a key role in the Blues’ 2019–20 title. He took part in his 2020 Australia Limited tour to England but did not play. He returned to Australia and dominated the start of the Sheffield Shield season. He scored his 89-6 win against his WA and the Australian Limited in his series at home against India in 2020-21 against Tasmania to join his team in Overs and Tests. He scored two half-centuries and his first top-flight his century.

Best All-Rounder 

The all-rounder made his debut for New South Wales at the age of 18. He enjoyed a breakthrough in his 2013-14 season when he led Ryobi his cup his wicket tally with 16 wickets of 20.93. His strong all-rounder earned him 27 Sheffield Shield wickets in his season, and Steve Waugh earned him a medal as New South Wales Player of the Season. Abbott was called up to his One-Day and Twenty20 squad in Australia to face Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates in 2014. Less than two months later, Abbott bowled Philip the ball that fatally hit his Hughes, but recovered very well from the tragedy and only returned to first-class cricket 17 days later. He won 14–6 against Queensland when he played.

Club Career Performances 

At BBL 6, Sydney Sixers player of the tournament Abbott was named the after taking 20 wickets in just 10 games. He shared the award with hitter Daniel Hughes. Abbott was named Australia’s Young Player of the Year in January 2015. At the 2015 IPL auction, Royal Challengers Bangalore hired him for Rs 10 crore. On August 28, 2017, the Sixers announced that for three more editions Abbott had re-signed with the club of his bash his league. He played for New South Wales in the 2017/18 JLT One-Day Cup, taking 12 wickets, more than any player on the team.

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