Doug Bollinger, the Australian left-arm fast-medium bowler born on July 24, 1981 in Baulkham Hills, Sydney as he turns 35 today. He troubles the batsmen with his swing and his angle. He is one of the player who played the cricket in the right way and enjoyed it.
He featured in the squad for Australia in the tour of India, England and South Africa but he made his Test debut against South Africa in January 2009 at his home town. He made his ODI debut for Australia in April 2009 against Pakistan.
Bollinger has played 12 Test and scalped 50 wickets. His average is 25.92 in Test, he has two five-wicket hauls and his best figure is 28/5.
In ODIs, he has played 39 matches and picked up 62 wickets at an average of 23.90. His economy rate is 4.57. He has 2 five-wicket hauls in ODI. His best figure in ODI is 35/5. He played just 9 matches for Australia in T20Is and has taken 9 wickets.
In First-class cricket, he has played 112 matches and has taken 382 wicket at an average of 27.25. He has two 10-wicket hauls and 16 5-wicket hauls.
He also played the IPL for Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and helped his team to win the title in 2010 and 2011. Bollinger also played for Hobart Hurricanes, Sydney Sixers and Sydney Thunders in Big Bash League (BBL).