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Brett Lee Profile | Family Information | Biography

Full Name Brett Lee
Born November 8, 1976, Wollongong, New South Wales
Playing role Bowler
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm fast
Brett Lee Profile, Family Information, Biography
 
Brett Lee (conceived 8 November 1976) is a previous Australian cricketer and a Channel Nine cricket observer. Amid his worldwide profession, Lee was perceived as one of the speediest bowlers in the realm of cricket. In each of his initial two years, he arrived at the midpoint of short of what 20 with the ball, yet from that point forward has basically attained figures in the early 30s. He was otherwise called a sports fielder and valuable lower-request batsman, with a batting normal surpassing 20 in Test cricket.

On 13 July 2012, Lee declared his retirement from all manifestations of worldwide cricket. Having declined to replenish his agreement with his home state side New South Wales, he keeps on playing T20 cricket in the IPL and Big Bash League. For the sixth season of Indian Premier League he did twofold obligation for Kolkata Knight Riders, tackling the part of knocking down some pins tutor notwithstanding his assuming part.

Brett Lee Style

Brett Lee is known for his pace and normally timekeepers 150 km/h or more. He positions just behind Pakistani bowler Shoaib Akhtar (161.3 km/h, 100.2 mph) as the quickest bowler in contemporary cricket amid the majority of the 2000s. The strain of reliably knocking down some pins at 150 km/h created a series of anxiety cracks and repeating wounds and constrained him to adjust his technique, which he has done successfully. Instead of depending on pace alone, he utilizes a wide exhibit of conveyances went for wearing down the batsman, despite the fact that he has been known to bowl whole overs over the 150 km/h mark. His speediest ball was timed at 160.8 km/h (99.9 mph) against New Zealand in 2005. In a match against West Indies in 2000/01 he was timed at 161.8 km/h (100.5 mph), however it was not an authority match and in this way not perceived by the ICC.

Ahead of schedule in his profession, Lee was accounted for a suspected illicit knocking down some pins activity, however was cleared, and was likewise intensely reprimanded in the wake of playing an arrangement of beamers at batsmen amid various Odis in 2005. Skipper Ricky Ponting guarded Lee truism that it was not deliberate.

Brett Lee International career
One month after making his first class debut, Lee was chosen to represent the Australian A team on a tour to South Africa. He claimed two wickets but in that very match, stress fractures in his back from the previous injury had re-opened and Lee was in a back brace for over three months.

Brett Lee Test career
By the late 1990s there were calls for Lee to be incorporated in the national squad. Skipper Steve Waugh, who additionally played with him for New South Wales, was inspired by Lee's introduction and pushed for his consideration into the national group. He was in the end picked in the last 14 for the Test arrangement against Pakistan in 1999 however neglected to make the beginning 11. When the Test arrangement against India came around, he was twelfth man. Nonetheless, he rightfully made his Test presentation for Australia in December 1999 against the visiting Indians, turning into Australia's 383rd Test cricketer.

Playing first change, Lee took a wicket in his first over in Test cricket when he knocked down some pins Sadagoppan Ramesh with his fourth conveyance. He likewise caught Rahul Dravid in his first spell before coming back to take three wickets in six balls to complete the innings with figures of 5/47 from 17 overs, turning into the first Australian quick bowler since Dennis Lillee to take 5 wickets on introduction. Lee took thirteen wickets in his opening two Tests at the low normal of 14.15.

Brett Lee won the inaugural Donald Bradman Young Player of the Year Award at the Allan Border Medal honor function in 2000 not long after his introduction.

Brett Lee took 42 wickets in his opening three arrangement, the most by any Australian bowler in the seven matches he played. He was chosen for the Test arrangement against the West Indies in late 2000. Amid the first Test he scored his first half-century in test cricket and in the following Test, took seven wickets including a five wicket pull in the second innings. In any case, he endured an anxiety break of the lower back which kept him out of the following three Tests. He returned against Zimbabwe yet soon endured an alternate setback after a month when he broke his right elbow and was sidelined until May 2001.

Brett Lee Awards
2000 Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year
1999–2000 Wisden Young Cricketer of the Year
2002–03 VB Series Player of the Series
2004–05 VB Series Player of the Series
2005 ICC Awards – ODI Team of the Year
2006 Wisden Cricketer of the Year
2006 - 07 DLF Cup Player of the Tournament
2006 ICC Awards – ODI Team of the Year
Australia's Greatest ODI XI
2007 Warne-Muralitharan Trophy Player of the Series
2007–08 Border-Gavaskar Trophy Player of the Series
2008 McGilvray Medal
2008 Australian Test Player of the Year
2008 Allan Border Medal
2008 ICC Awards – ODI Team of the Year
2008 ICC Awards – Test Team of the Year
2009 Champions League Twenty20 Player of the Series

Brett Lee Records
-- Lee was the first player in Twenty20 International cricket to take a hat-trick.
-- Lee is the fastest Australian ODI player to take 100 wickets. He reached the milestone in his 54th match. He is also second on the world list which is led by Saqlain Mushtaq who achieved the feat in one less match(53 matches)
-- Lee along with Bob Willis are the only cricketers to take more than 300 wickets in Test career without having even a single ten wicket haul in a match.
-- AS of June 2013, he along with Zaheer Khan are the only Test cricketers with 300 or more wickets but only 10(the least among the 300wicket club) 5-wicket hauls in test innings.
 
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