Pat Cummins, the Australian pacer, is one of the top pace bowlers in cricket globally. He has produced some spectacular performances both with the White ball as well as Red ball.
The Aussie has also led bowling attack of the Australian men’s cricket team on various occasions. But, very few people or fans know or noticed that Pat Cummins’ right middle finger is damaged and is of the same length as the index finger.
It is tough to notice through live broadcasts in T.V, but multiple pictures have surfaced on the internet in the past where it can be clearly seen that Pat Cummins’ middle finger is damaged.
Very few people know why his middle finger is damaged, but the Aussie himself revealed a few years back with an interview with Cricket Australia as to why his middle finger is damaged. Aussies stated that when he was three years old, his sister unknowingly slammed the door on his finger, and that’s how he lost parts of his middle finger, and it is of the same length as the index finger.
He also stated that having a damaged middle finger doesn’t affect him as it is the same length as the index finger.
About Pat Cummins
Talking of Pat Cummins, the Aussie was born at Westmead in New South Wales and played domestic cricket for New South Wales from 2010.
The 28-year-old right-arm fast bowler made his debut for Australia in 2011 in a T20 International match against South Africa. He later featured against them in the One Day International (ODI) series and Test cricket.
Cummins is the number 1 ranked bowler in the Test for a very long period. He has played 34 Test matches in which he has picked up 164 wickets.
His numbers are impressive in the limited-overs format as well as he has 111 and 37 wickets in 69 ODI and 30 T20I matches, respectively.