England Cricket Team’s Speedster Tymal Mills was a part of the T20 World Cup campaign. The pacer is famous for his pace off deliveries where he has the knack to deceive the batters. Tymal Mills has played 11 Big Bash League (BBL) matches in his career and has taken 13 wickets.
The left-arm pacer has been in and out of the English setup where he has played only 13 matches and has taken 12 wickets with an economy rate of 8.37. The Cricketer is renowned in the franchise circuit and has been participating in the leagues since 2012.
Tymal Mills’ Daughter Had A Stroke
Tymal Mills took to his social media handle and revealed the incident. “Home for Christmas after the most horrible 11 days. As we were at the airport about to leave for Australia our daughter suffered what ended up being a stroke. She lost complete use of the left side of her body and were told they couldn’t predict how much she would regain.” said Tymal Mills.
“Despite all of the challenges she faced our little girl has amazed everyone with her recovery to point where we were discharged with her hopping and skipping out of the hospital. She has lots of rehab, medication and scans ahead but we are so grateful to be where we are right now. Thank you to everyone that’s reached out to us. Keep your loved ones close.” he said.
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Conundrum for Perth Scorchers
Perth Scorchers’ 3 key players: Laurie Evans, Tymal Mills & Phil Salt were unavailable which gave the franchise a massive setback. The team has signed Faf du Plessis, Adam Lyth and Stephen Eskinazi for the 2022-23 edition.
Mitchell Marsh is also nursing a injury. The defending champions Perth Scorchers so far have played 2 matches and won 1. The team is all set to play a high voltage match against Melbourne Stars on 23rd December (Friday) as that contest would be quite a riveting one.