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The whole Cricket community was in disjection when the news of the sudden demise of Andrew Symonds was confirmed by Cricket Australia.The cricket industry lost another gem on May 14, leaving the entire cricket fraternity and fans grieving. The demise of cricketer Andrew Symonds came as a shock to many. Andrew was not an ordinary member of the Australian team, for he was a generational talent.The 46-year-old all-rounder who played all three sets for the Australian Cricket team met with a car crash on 14th May 2022.
The cricket industry lost another gem on May 14, leaving the entire cricket fraternity and fans grieving. The demise of cricketer Andrew Symonds came as a shock to many. Andrew was not an ordinary member of the Australian team, for he was a generational talent. The 46-year-old cricketer was one of the greatest all-rounders of his time. As we look back at his achievements, let’s throw light on some of the milestones of his career.
He scored his maximum and etched a 20-year unbroken record in his career. He was an excellent all-rounder under the team led by Ricky Ponting. In order to pay tribute to the legendary cricketer his NFT collections were listed on Jump.Trade NFT Marketplace for sports.
A true Aussie
Born in Birmingham, England Andrew was adopted by the Symonds and moved to Australia while he was still young. Soon he took up cricket and made his mark in his career. It all started when he was chosen to play for the Gloucestershire cricket team(1995), a country cricket club in England. His massive performance earned him a spotlight which took his name to play in England A team. Being an Aussie, he never want to leave the ground that gave him all in the world of cricket. He turned the offer down to play for Cricket Australia.
Unbroken World Record
In cricket, records get smashed very often. There are only a few players who keep an unbeaten record for years. One among them is Symonds who held a 20-year unbroken record from 1995.
20-Year-old Symond hit the maximum number of sixes (16) in an innings and went on to score a 254 not out. He held the record proudly for 20 years till New Zealand cricketer Colin Munro broke it in 2015.
Yes, it happened in the same gave when he played for Gloucestershire. He hit a massive 254 runs with 26 sixes in one innings which is the highest ever record. The record was unbeaten for 2 decades which is one of the best records of Symonds.
The legends legacy
In the history of One Day International matches, there are only 22 players who scored more than 5000 runs and took out 100 wickets and Andrew is one among them. His entire life and cricket career are cover in his autobiography Roy: Going for Broke. The book came out for his fans where he reveals never-before-told stories of upbringing and his passion for Cricket.
After the demise of Shane Waren, the news of Andrew Symonds is creating a void in Australian Cricket. Ricky Ponting, the current Australian cricket team coach and the former caption said he always wanted him on his team, He was an excellent player and an even better human being.
He was an exceptional player who always wanted the ball when most of the batters are comfortable where they are. He excelled in everything he did and made people notice his fielding skills. Experts praised him for all his calculations and the brain work he does while playing.
Runs and Wickets in ODIs
Symonds is one among the 22 players who have scored over 5000 runs and has taken more than 100 wickets in ODI matches. Symonds made his debut on the Australian team in 1998 against Pakistan and has played over 198 matches. During his test debut against Sri Lanka in Galle in 2004 and played around 26 red-ball matches, and scored 1462 runs and picked up 24 wickets. He played an important role in Australia’s success at world cups and Queensland’s rich cricket history.
Time in IPL
Andrew Symonds was a shiny star in the Indian Premier League and he was the second most expensive player in the Inaugral auction itself. He developed a close relationship with any team he is in and his fun-loving nature makes players want him in the dressing room. Symonds played for Deccan chargers for 3 consecutive years and also took the team to win a season in 2009.
Symonds was the second most expensive player and the most expensive overseas player in the 2008 IPL auction. Deccan Chargers picked him; he played for the team for 3 seasons and played a crucial role in the 2009 IPL victory.
A tribute through NFTs
Non-Fungible Tokens are now getting the most attention from sports fans globally. NBA, NFL, Formula1, Base Ball and more sports are now using NFTs and blockchain technology for fan engagement. Cricket NFTs are now in the spotlight in several NFT marketplaces. With that, fans around the world are into Andrew Symond’s signed bat NFTs from the Jump.trade NFT marketplace dedicated to cricket NFTs. There are Super rare and Ultra-rare signed authenticated NFTs which are now getting the spotlight.
A life to be celebrate
A man who lived a life with groundbreaking records and victory left the world, leaving a huge void in every fan’s heart. Andrew immortalise by the legacy he has left behind and through the love of his fans.As the fans celebrate and rejoice this man’s life, Jump.trade, a cricket NFT marketplace, has launched NFTs of Andrew Symonds. Here’s a chance to own exclusive bats signed by Symonds. What more can you do to show your love to your favourite cricketer? Head to Jump.trade and get your hands on the exclusive Andrew Symonds NFTs.
It is indeed a tech world where people use the digital mode to convey any message they need to convey and NFTs are becoming one such emerging option in recent times. Cricket Australia has given its deepest condolences to Andrew’s family and friends. Andrew’s disappearance is not just a loss for the Australian Cricket but also for the global cricket community.