A country boy from Tamworth, Hazlewood became the youngest fast-bowler ever to represent New South Wales when, aged just 17, he was handed a first-class debut against the touring New Zealanders in 2008. An international debut followed in 2010, aged 19, when he took on England in an ODI in Southampton, becoming the youngest Australian player at that level. His rapid rise started when he earned a rookie contract with the Blues when still in high school, despite not having played Sydney grade cricket. Sometimes compared to his idol Glenn McGrath, Hazlewood was man-of-the-match in the final of Australia’s successful campaign at the Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand. A well built right-armer who gets plenty of bounce out of his 196cm frame, Hazlewood’s best first-class performance came in the 2014 Sheffield Shield final when he took 6-50 against Western Australia. Hazlewood shone in the 2017-18 Ashes campaign on home soil as Australia regained the urn after five years. Although pace isn't particularly Hazlewood's strength, his unrelenting accuracy has stifled many batsmen and he's added a lot of variety to his game to suit different formats of the game.
Test Debut date : 17/12/2014
ODI Debut date : 22/06/2010
T20 Debut date : 13/02/2013
Age : 28 years 15 days
Role : Bowler
Height : 196
Batting Style : Left Hand
Bowling Style : Right Arm Fast-Med
Team Played For : N/A
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