nathan lyonan Australian spinner, praised his teammates Cameron Green’s growth, which was sparked by a successful 2023 season in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Green became one of the best players during the season in which the Mumbai Indians (MI) finished third after signing him for the astronomical amount of Rs 17.5 million. In his first season in the IPL, the all-rounder scored 452 runs at a strike rate of 160.28.
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The development of the all-rounder was visible long before the IPL season started. Cameron Green’s progress in international cricket has continued with good red-ball sub-continental tours, nearly earning him a Test place playing in the mid-order XI.
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Lyon hailed Cameron Green’s most recent IPL campaign and first Test century against India in an interview with cricket.com.au: “His presence in the team has definitely changed after being a part of that IPL and after scoring that hundred in Ahmedabad. He’s growing in confidence and being more of himself, coming out of his shell a little more on the team.”
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“I think that just comes from being able to hang in there and play the IPL and be around people like (Mumbai and India Test captain) Rohit Sharma and these guys to learn from them.” Added Nathan Lyon.
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“I’m very excited” – Cameron Green on bowling in England with Duke’s ball
The extra bounce that Cameron Green receives from the surface as a result of his tall stature has to be the aspect of his bowling that stands out the most. As a result, he has had great success on the springy fields of Australia. On his first visit to England, Duke’s longer-lasting swing-assist ball presents him with a new obstacle.
“Normally when I bowl in Australia I’m not doing too much so I’m really excited there’s something I can use here. Some of the guys talk about it swinging a little too much, so (I’m) just honing the skills with the swing seam and just playing around with all of that.” Cameron Green said.
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Cameron Green is already poised to become an all-around player for Australia at such a young age. Cameron Green helped Australia reach the World Test Championship (WTC) final, scoring 941 runs in 20 Tests at an average of 37.64 and taking 23 wickets.
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