Nathan Ellis (born 22 September 1996) is an Australian international cricketer who plays for Australia in international Cricket and Hobart Hurricanes in the Big Bash League.
|Full Name||Nathan Ellis|
|Date of Birth||22 September 1996|
|Nathan Ellis age||25 years|
|Birth Place||Greenacre, New South Wales|
|Batting Style||Right Handed Bat|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm fast-medium|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Nathan Ellis Height (approx)||183 cm|
6’ 0” Inch
|Nathan Ellis bowling speed||the average speed of 140 kmph|
|Teams||Tasmania, Hobart Hurricanes, Australia, Punjab Kings|
West Australia vs Tasmania at Hobart on February 24, 2020.
Victoria vs Tasmania at Perth, September 23, 2019
Bangladesh vs Australia at Dhaka, August 06, 2021
Punjab Kings vs Sunrisers Hyderabad at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sep 25, 2021.
|Career Turning Point||His performance in the 2020-21 Big Bash season earned him an IPL contract and also earned him a national call up for Australia .|
|Jersey Number||72 (BBL)|
|Coach/Mentor||Adam Griffith (Hobart Hurricanes)|
|School||Menai High School|
|College||Western Sydney University|
|Family||Father- Not Known |
Mother- Not Known
Siblings- Not Known
|Nathan Ellis Girlfriend||Not Known|
|Favourite Cricketers||Not Known|
Ellis is a right-arm medium-fast bowler from Australia and is known for his impressive death bowling skills in the Big Bash League (BBL).
Nathan Ellis was a raw talent and was quickly drafted into the Hobart Hurricanes squad for the Abu Dhabi T20 Trophy in 2018 even before making List-A and FC debut for his state team.
He looked impressive with the ball in the death overs and had the pace that a fast bowler wants. Ellis finally made his List-A debut for Tasmania at Perth against Victoria on 23rd September 2019. He was brilliant in his first game and picked up 3 wickets and had an excellent economy rate of just 3.96.
The following year, He also made his debut in red-ball cricket for Tasmania against Western Australia on 24th February 2020. Ellis was magnificent with the new ball and picked up 9 wickets in the match. Picking up 3 wickets in the first innings and 6 wickets in the 2nd innings.
In the 7 FC games he has played so far, Ellis has picked up 35 wickets which include 2 five-wicket hauls and one 4 wicket-haul. His List-A numbers are not bad either, Ellis has played 11 List-A games so far and has picked up 16 wickets.
In his short Domestic Career, Nathan Ellis impressed everyone with his skills with the ball in the death overs.
Ellis was surely not far away from representing Australia on the basis of his performance in the Big Bash and Domestic circuit.
He got his opportunity in June 2021 while Australia was touring Bangladesh. Interestingly, Ellis was travelling with the team as a reserve but was later named in the squad after the first game in place of Riley Meredith.
Ellis made his T20I debut on 6th August 2021. He was smashed all around the park in his first three overs and was very expensive and then came his last over where he was not only economical but also picked up his first T20 Hat Trick and also became the first player in the history to pick up a T20I hat trick on his debut.
He was also part of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 which was won by Australia as a travel reserve. Nathan Ellis has played two T20I games so far and has picked up 5 wickets at an economy rate of 6.25.
He made his BBL debut for Hobart Hurricanes on 20th December 2019 and had a terrific first season in the tournament.
His impressive show also earned him a call up to the national team. Ellis also has some fantastic numbers in the league. He made headlines in the 2020 season after he was seen bowling 145 KMPH consistently in the death overs.
Nathan Ellis has played 29 matches in the competition so far and has picked up 32 wickets at a decent economy rate of 8.13 and will play a crucial role for his team in the 2021 edition of the BBL as well.
Ellis was called up as the replacement of Jhye Richardson in the 2nd Half of the 2021 IPL season for Punjab Kings.
He made his debut for the Kings against Sunrisers Hyderabad on 25th September 2021 at Sharjah. Ellis picked up one wicket on his debut.
Ellis did not look much impressive in his first tournament but will surely look to improve moving forward. He has picked up 1 wicket from his 3 games so far.