Tim BresnanENGLAND’S Tim Bresnan has made some technical changes to his game, and is ready to unleash them for Hobart in the second half of this summer’s Big Bash League.
The 29-year-old, from Yorkshire, has arrived in Tasmania ahead of his appearances in purple in the second half of the tournament.
“When I finished playing my England stuff [this year], there was a bit to work on, a bit fitness-wise and some technical stuff,” Bresnan said yesterday.
“I’ve worked on that and I’m looking forward to implementing a few of those changes.
“The Big Bash is an unbelievable competition and has a great atmosphere, and Cricket Australia has got it right in that respect.
“I’ve played against a few of them – Painey [Tim Paine] and George Bailey, and I have played with [Alex] Hales as well.”
Bresnan will replace West Indian Darren Sammy when he goes into camp for the 50-over World Cup.
The right-arm medium fast bowler and hard-hitting batsman has played 96 Twenty20 matches [including 32 for England], taking 84 wickets at 28.83 at 7.56 runs an over, and has scored 821 runs at 20.02 with a strike rate of 124.58.
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