David Miller, the explosive batsman of the South Africa cricket team, will take part in the Big Bash League for the first time. He has tied up with Hobart Hurricanes for the 2019-20 season of the Big Bash League. Miller will compete in all 14 matches for Hobart Hurricanes in the BBL.
It was informed by tweeting on the official Twitter handle of Big Bash League:
It may be his first time in the Big Bash, but @DavidMillerSA12 sure has some fond memories of Blundstone Arena. More of this in #BBL09? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/I4T0jq1SBE
— KFC Big Bash League (@BBL) November 20, 2019
David Miller has been included in the squad because players such as Matthew Wade, Ben McDermott and Darcy Short may be unavailable. These players can join the Australian team for the international series. Miller had earlier played a tremendous inning for South Africa at Hobart. In 2018, Miller had brilliant innings of 139 runs in 108 balls.
Cricket Tasmania CEO Nick Cummins has said that a great player like David Miller is welcome in the team. We hope that he will entertain the fans with his batting. Some experienced players may not be available at that time, that’s why we have included David Miller in our team.
David Miller is known for his aggressive batting. He participates in many T20 leagues around the world. The Hobart Hurricanes team will begin their campaign against the Sydney Sixers on 20 December.