Mitchell Marsh is the younger brother of left-handed top-order batsman Shaun Marsh and the son of former Australia opener Geoff Marsh. Mitchell, unlike his father and older brother, has practised fast bowling. He is a middle-order batsman who is a hard-hitting all-rounder. He began playing competitive cricket when he was 17 years old and currently represents Western Australia on the domestic circuit. In 2010, he was signed by the IPL’s Deccan Chargers, even before he made his international debut. He went on to play for his country in a T20I against South Africa at Wanderers in 2011.
At an early age, he developed into a T20 agent. In 2011, he was recruited into the Pune Warriors club, where he remained until 2013. He also played in the Sri Lanka Premier League for the Nagenahira Nagas. Since the Big Bash League’s debut in 2011, he has been a regular component of the Perth Scorchers’ squad in Australia.
Marsh was chosen in the Australian side for the Zimbabwe tri-series after a string of excellent performances, and he immediately drew attention with a breezy 89 in the tournament’s first match. Marsh made his Test debut against Pakistan during Australia’s visit to the UAE in October 2014, after Shane Watson was ill, and he scored a magnificent 87 in the Test played in Abu Dhabi. He also performed admirably with the bat in the ensuing ODI series against South Africa, as well as the first two Test matches of the 2014-15 Border-Gavaskar Trophy, until limping off on Day 1 of the second Test in Brisbane due to a hamstring injury.
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Mitchell Marsh Bio
Full Name: Mitchell Ross Marsh
Born: Oct 20, 1991 ,Attadale, Perth
Age: 29 Y
Role: Batting Allrounder
Education Qualifications: NA
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Mitchell Marsh Personal Life
Marsh has been a huge disappointment in Test cricket so far. He hasn’t been able to make an impact with the bat, and he hasn’t been a force to be reckoned with with the ball. There have been some strewn-together performances, but it’s fair to say that Australia isn’t sure what his greater skill is when it comes to red-ball cricket. Unlike the shorter forms, he may face competition from his brother Shaun in Tests, since the argument in Australia would mostly be over whether to play a specialist batsman or a batting all-rounder at number six. Marsh, with his age on his side, has the opportunity to make quick progress and contribute to Australia as the potential match-winning all-rounder he is tipped to be.
Marsh fractured his bowling hand after hitting a wall after being dismissed during a Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania in October 2019. As a result, he was unable to participate at the start of Australia’s Test season. In April 2020, he was re-signed to a central contract for the 2020–21 season, and in July 2020, he was nominated to a 26-man preliminary squad of players to begin training in preparation for a prospective COVID-19 pandemic tour to England. Cricket Australia said the matchups will take place in August, with Marsh included in the visiting group despite just playing in the limited-overs contests.
Mitchell Marsh has a net worth of $5 million (roughly 36.6 crores). His net worth is made up of the money he earns as an active Australian cricket player from Cricket Australia. He is also paid by Western Australia for his participation in Australian domestic cricket for the state.
Mitchell Marsh’s Wife/Girlfriend
- Mitchell Marsh is currently single now but has dated a fashion model named Isabelle Platt