Timothy Thomas Bresnan (* Februar in Yorkshire) ist ein englischer erstklassiger Cricketspieler, der für Warwickshire ausgeliehen ist. Er ist ein. Tim BresnanVerifizierter Account. @timbresnan. Warwickshire Cricketer former Yorkshire and England. All views my own blah blah blah. Out in the dirt. Tim Bresnan of Birmingham Bears celebrates after taking the wicket of Alex Wakely of Northamptonshire Steelbacks during the T20 Vitality.
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He did feature in a game against Ireland after the showpiece event but hasn't been picked for the national side ever since. Age-wise Bresnan still has a bit of time although the early 30s aren't exactly the prime period for a fast bowler.
However, he is fit lad and continues to possess a decent pace albeit not as brisk as he used to be. Nevertheless, he can still bowl a heavy ball and has added to his repertoire as a limited-overs bowler.
Bresnan's ability to wield the long handle has made him a useful T20 specialist and he has participated in a few celebrated leagues across the globe.
A comeback for him cannot be totally ruled out although it remains to be seen if he is indeed keen for it.
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He claimed his maiden Test wicket in the second innings and eventual figures of 3 for 45, as West Indies slumped to an innings defeat.
While he hovered around the fringes of the Test side thereafter injuries during England's tour to Bangladesh in opened the door and he impressed, showing good discipline and stamina in trying conditions.
He then played an important role in delivering England the World Twenty20, showing skill and an unfailing ability to hit his straps early to give England control with the new ball, before returning at the end of the innings with steely death-bowling.
Injuries than began to hamper him. A second operation on a troublesome right elbow caused him to miss the tour to New Zealand.
He did not represent England in Tests the following summer. His zip had gone, however, later evidenced by a third elbow operation after the season.
But he committed himself instead to back-to-back Yorkshire Championship wins were his down-to-earth approach, on and off the field, remained highly prized.
An unbeaten hundred against Somerset was his first since and an unbroken seventh-wicket stand of with Jonny Bairstow against Durham at Chester-le-Street - both batsmen making career-best scores - emphasised Yorkshire's might.
It was a record stand against Durham, the third-highest seventh-wicket stand in the history of first-class cricket and it is the fifth-highest for Yorkshire, the other four all being opening partnerships.
But it was his redoubtable efforts in that won Yorkshire hearts as much as ever before: Yorkshire conceded the chance of a hat-trick of Championship titles on the final evening of the season, at Lord's, against the side that took their crown, Middlesex, but Bresnan's defiant, unbeaten ensured they did not concede it without a fight in an innings that would enter Yorkshire folklore.
His career-best figures in any format came on an extraordinary, wet night at Headingley when he returned 6 for 19 before a sold-out Roses T20 crowd.
Four wickets came in his last over, three to Bresnan plus a run-out that he made off his own bowling, enough to tempt him into a knee slide across the outfield in the pouring rain.
Tim Bresnan claims another breakthrough for Warwickshire. Let's see where the wind takes us,' he added. News of the split with one of their most decorated and redoubtable sons will come as a shock to followers of the club but with Yorkshire set to call their players back for training at the end of the month its timing, allowing Bresnan to add chapters to his playing career at another club, makes sense.
Thirteen weeks of biking during the coronavirus hiatus, he says, has left him in as good physical condition as he can remember.
His displays for Yorkshire saw him earn recogintion with England in red and white-ball formats. I am probably best suited to Championship cricket at the moment but obviously have a lot to offer in T20s as well,' he said.
That might lead to something a bit more substantial further down the line. I am open to offers. Especially with this extended break that we've had, I feel as fit and as fresh as ever.
A different dressing room will provide an opportunity to earn respect again but I have a lot of experience and a strong desire to do well still.
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He was expensive against Pakistan, bowling four overs for 36 runs, but came back well against South Africa, conceding just 14 runs in the three overs he bowled.
He only took 3 wickets at He guided England to victory against New Zealand with an unbeaten 23 to ensure England qualified for the semi finals.
In the semi finals against Sri Lanka he was expensive, collecting figures of 1— In the final against Australia, he bowled all four of his overs, conceding 35 runs and not managing to pick up a wicket.
Bresnan only took 3 wickets at In the ODI series against Australia, Bresnan struggled with the ball, taking just 1 wicket in 5 games.
In the first two games he took 0—49 and in the second 0— His only wicket came in the fourth match where he took figures of 1— However, he scored vital runs in England's three victories — 26 in the first game, 12 not out in the second and 14 not out in the third game which England won by just 1 wicket.
His top score of the series came when he hit 34 in the fifth ODI. He was included in the Ashes squad to tour Australia in —, making his first appearance in the series in the fourth Test at the MCG in Melbourne.
In the second innings, he took the top-order wickets of Ricky Ponting , Shane Watson and Michael Hussey before taking the final wicket of Ben Hilfenhaus.
That final wicket saw England win by an innings and runs, take a 2—1 lead in the series and therefore retain the Ashes.
He continued his capable performance in the final Test in Sydney , ably supporting James Anderson and Chris Tremlett as England clinched a 3—1 series win in dominating fashion.
An injury to his calf forced Bresnan out of the series with Australia, however he returned to the squad for the World Cup , held in February to April.
He took 1—49 as England got of to a winning start against the Netherlands. He bowled 8 overs for just 27 runs as England beat South Africa by six runs.
He again bowled economically against Bangladesh, taking figures of 1—35 in his ten overs. He was expensive against the West Indies, bowling his seven overs for 46 runs and failing to pick up a wicket.
England left the competition at the quarter final stage, with Bresnan not picking up a wicket and conceding 40 runs in his eight overs. The English cricket season began in April.
Bresnan suffered a recurrence of his calf injury and as a result was ruled out of England's three-match Test series against Sri Lanka. His return to fitness saw Bresnan pressuring the out of form Stuart Broad for the all-rounder's berth in the Test team,  however it was an injury to seamer Chris Tremlett ahead of the second Test that allowed Bresnan back into the side for the first time since the Ashes.
In the final match of the series he took 3—54 to consolidate his place as England's third seamer and help the team win the series 4—0.
Bresnan also played in all of the ODIs hosted in England. In the first game he took figures of 2—54 and followed this up with figures of 3—43 in the second match.
In the third ODI he bowled economically, taking 1—32 from ten overs as England wrapped up the series 3—0.
He remained wicket less in the final two matches of the series, although England still went on to win the series 5—0 to complete a memorable summer.
England slumped to a 5—0 defeat. In the first match he scored just four runs and remained wicket less. In the second match he picked up two wickets but again struggled with the bat.
In the third match he did not bat but picked up figures of 2—62, although these came of 7. He made 45, his top score of the series in the fourth match but failed to take a wicket.
In the final match of the series he bowled economically, picking up figures of 1—36 in 9 overs. During this whitewash Bresnan suffered problems with his elbow.
He subsequently underwent surgery to remove a bone fragment from his elbow. Though included in England's touring party in January for the Test series against Pakistan in the UAE Bresnan did not recover from his surgery in time to take part in the series,  but did play in one of the five ODIs that followed the Tests.
After missing the first match, Bresnan played in the second at the expense of spin bowler Monty Panesar ;  England won the match to draw the series 1—1,  protecting their status in the ICC Test Championship as the best team in the world.
He picked up 2—47 in the first innings and then took 1—24 in the second, although he only made 5 runs with the bat. Bresnan was selected as the first seamer for the opening test against the West Indies, but he suffered disappointment, ending the match with just the one wicket.
He was also dismissed for a duck in his only innings, although England went on to win the match.