Mitchell’s arms are often the most-feared weapon in Australia’s arsenal. A left-arm called Mitchell has been a staple of Australia for more than a decade. It seems set to remain so for the foreseeable future. Mitchell Starc is a terrifying sight for the world’s best batsmen.
Mitchell started playing cricket when he was 12 years old as a wicketkeeper in junior cricket. But now it seems like Mitchell has found his true calling and made an impact on an international level with a terrifying fast bowling speed of over 140km/hr that strikes fear into any opponent who faces him without fail!
Mitchell Starc, a member of the Australian Cricket team who had been waiting to play in an international match since 2011 due to injuries among other players on the squad, finally got his opportunity when he played New Zealand at home. His debut performance was underwhelming and not what cricket fans expected from such an intense player like himself; however, they saw how much potential this rookie held after taking 2 more wickets against New Zealand during their second game together.
Mitchell Starc was born in Baulkham Hills, Sydney ,New South Waleson 30, January 1990. Brandon Starc, the younger brother of Australian sprinter Mitchell Starc, represented Australia in the Olympics for high jumping.
Mitchell Starc was a 16-year old Australian teenager who had an undying thirst for knowledge and great discipline. He learned the fundamentals of fast bowling from Neil D’Costa, his coach at the time. By age 18, he played in international cricket matches and Australia’s U17 team before being selected to play with New South Wales. Mitchell would go on to have a successful career competing against other exciting players such as Suresh Raina of India, England’s Kevin Pietersen, and Sri Lanka’s Tillakaratne Dilshan, among others, by playing test match series across all over the world, including Zimbabwe–all within five years after taking up first-class cricket when still only 17!
At the age of 19, Mitchell Starc’s cricket career was just getting started. He would eventually be a key player in international and domestic competitions alike. Still, it took him some time before he found his footing as an athlete. After impressive performances at junior level, he finally debuted for New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield where despite good figures (2 wickets), he couldn’t quite find victory against Queensland – which left many with doubts about whether or not this youngster had what it took when things got tough. However, these first few setbacks only served as catalysts that propelled Starc into becoming one of Australia’s leading bowlers domestically by winning two tournaments from six appearances during NSW’s victorious campaign, taking 26 wickets along the way.
His career changed when he debuted to play for the Australian national team at age 20, propelling him into the limelight and finally earning his spot in this prestigious group of players.
Aussie cricket legend Mitchell Starc had it all in the ICC Cricket World Cup of 2015. From his 22 wickets to his 3.50 average, he was simply unstoppable. The monster was unleashed upon unsuspecting teams who just landed down under for the ICC Cricket World Cup. Unsurprisingly, he declared man of the tournament as he picked up 22 wickets in the tournament at an average of 10.18 and a startling economy rate of 3.50 (in a trophy that saw 28 300+ totals and 3 400+)
Starc shot to the number 1 spot on ICC ODI rankings after the break-through campaign.
Mitchell Starc, an all-rounder in cricket and a member of the Australian national team, became engaged to fellow cricketer Alyssa Healy in 2015. On April 15, 2016, the couple married former Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Ian Healy’s niece, making her a family connection. The married couple does not have any children yet, but they are looking forward to starting their little dynasty one day soon!
Mitchell Starc is one of Australia’s wealthiest athletes. The Man of Money estimated the cricket player to have $22 million in net worth. This primarily comes from his brand endorsement deals and business investments, with only an insignificant portion from salary earnings for playing on the field!
Mitchell Starc just paid $5 million for the beach-front home of former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins. The building is a five-bedroom, three-bath house designed by Koichi Takada in New South Wales, where he lives with his wife, Alyssa Healy.
In this t20 world cup 2021, Mitchell Starc is one of the critical players as a fast bowler for the team .he can pick some crucial wickets in power play.