39 Facts About Tim Paine

1. Tim Paine was in Tasmania team since 2006 and played in Pune warriors in 2011.

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2. Tim Paine debut test match of cricket from Australian side in 2010 against Pakistan.

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3. Tim Paine parents are giving them the family love in every step including his Nan.

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4. Tim Paine has the most a great support of wife Bonnie Maggs and always by his arms in the good and bad times, Tim wife is by his side through every thick and thin.

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5. Tim Paine suffered severe finger injury in an exhibition T20.

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6. Tim Paine is expected to fill the void left by Gilchrist as Australia herald in a new generation of cricketers.

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7. Tim Paine is a sledger, but one must agree that he has his ways.

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8. Tim Paine broke his index finger in late 2010 during an exhibition match, being hit by Dirk Nannes.

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9. Tim Paine made his international debut in an ODI against Scotland, replacing an injured Brad Haddin.

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10. In 2001, at the age of 16, Tim Paine became Australian domestic cricket's youngest-ever contracted player.

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11. Tim Paine does not even have a central contract with Cricket Australia, drawing fractions of someone like Smith or Warner.

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12. Tim Paine sustained a finger injury in a match in November 2010 [48], but was then named captain of the Prime Minister's XI for a match against the touring England side on 10 January 2011 in which he scored 50.

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13. Tim Paine has led his country at different levels: He was the vice-captain for the Australian under-17 side and captain for the under 19s.

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14. Tim Paine became the youngest-ever contracted player in Australia when he received a rookie contract with Tasmania at 16 years of age.

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15. Tim Paine has four siblings, and his uncle, Robert Shaw, was an AFL player and coach.

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16. Tim Paine is one of the most promising talents that came through the Australian domestic pipeline.

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17. Tim Paine has made his mark within a short span of time.

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18. Tim Paine is leading the national side in Steve Smith's absence.

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19. Tim Paine feels Smith and Warner will be welcomed back with open arms.

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20. Tim Paine admitted attempting to change his batting style to something similar to Gilchrist and Haddin before his international debut.

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21. Tim Paine has sometimes opened the batting in one-day matches but bats at number six or seven in the Australian Test team.

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22. Tim Paine was sent home and replaced by Graham Manou after the match.

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23. Tim Paine made his maiden List A century in his first season, scoring 111 in the ING Cup.

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24. Tim Paine was vice-captain of the Australian Under–17, before scoring a first grade century for the University club in Hobart.

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25. Tim Paine was confirmed as the 46th Captain of the Australian Test side on 28 March 2018 by Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland when Smith and Warner were suspended and sent back to Australia with Cameron Bancroft.

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26. Tim Paine has become 'an elder statesman', says George Bailey.

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27. Tim Paine was appointed the captain for the betterment of the team.

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28. Tim Paine will captain for the first time on home soil, while New South Wales' bowling attack that is due to face Queensland will double as the Aussie battery to take on the Indians.

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29. Tim Paine is an orthodox, "traditional" right-handed batsman who usually plays with a straight bat.

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30. Tim Paine sustained a finger injury in a match in November 2010, but was then named captain of the Prime Minister's XI for a match against the touring England side on 10 January 2011 in which he scored 50.

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31. Tim Paine struggled in the match, compiling 9 from 24 balls.

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32. Tim Paine took five catches, along with a leg-side stumping in Australia's comfortable victory.

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33. Tim Paine started the tour well, compiling 81 in Australia's victory over Ireland.

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34. In their second group match against India, Tim Paine scored his second half-century.

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35. Tim Paine made his ODI debut in a one-off match against Scotland, scoring 29 not out from 38 balls in Australia's total of 345 all out.

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36. In 2009, Tim Paine was selected for the national squad for the One Day International series against England, shortly after the conclusion of the Ashes Test series, when incumbent wicketkeeper Brad Haddin returned home for surgery on a broken finger.

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37. In early 2009, Tim Paine was selected to play for Australia 'A' against Pakistan 'A' in a series of one-day and first-class matches.

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38. Tim Paine captained Tasmania at Under–15 and Under–17 level, along with being a member of its Under–19 team at the age of just fifteen.

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39. Tim Paine made his ODI debut for Australia as a replacement for regular wicket-keeper Brad Haddin in 2009 against England, scoring his maiden international century.

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