Name: Alex Tudor
Date of birth: 23/10/1977
International Team: N/A
Domestic Team: Surrey 2nd XI
Bowling Style: Right arm fast
Batting Style: Right-hand
- Test Debut v Australia at Perth - Nov, 1998
- ODI Debut v Sri Lanka at Manchester - Jul, 2002
- Natural fast bowler, tall, strong, and the ability to get movement off the wicket.
- Made a good start to his international career, taking 4 for 89 against Australia.
- He also impressed with the bat. He hit the highest ever score by an English nightwatchman on his home debut.
- Over the next few seasons Tudor's progress was severly hampered by injury. He again impressed during the 2002/3 Ashes tour, but again injury struck.
- Has spent the majority of the last few years on the treatment table.
International Career Overview
|Career Span:||1998-2002||Innings Bowled:||17|
|Highest Score:||99||Best bowling in Innings:||5/44|
|Career Span:||Innings Bowled:||3|
|Highest Score:||0||Best bowling in Innings:||2/30|
Full International Career History
|Nov 29 2002||Australia||Perth||1||0|
|Sep 5 2002||India||The Oval||1||2|
|Aug 22 2002||India||Headingley Carnegie||1||1|
|Jun 13 2002||Sri Lanka||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||19|
|May 30 2002||Sri Lanka||Edgbaston||1||3|
|Aug 16 2001||Australia||Headingley Carnegie||1||2|
|Aug 2 2001||Australia||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||3|
|Jul 1 1999||New Zealand||Edgbaston||1||32*|
|Jan 2 1999||Australia||Sydney||1||14|
|Nov 28 1998||Australia||Perth||1||18*|
|Nov 29 2002||Australia||Perth||1||2/144|
|Sep 5 2002||India||The Oval||1||0/80|
|Aug 22 2002||India||Headingley Carnegie||1||2/146|
|Jun 13 2002||Sri Lanka||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||4/65|
|May 30 2002||Sri Lanka||Edgbaston||1||2/25|
|Aug 16 2001||Australia||Headingley Carnegie||1||1/97|
|Aug 2 2001||Australia||Trent Bridge, Nottingham||1||5/44|
|Jul 1 1999||New Zealand||Edgbaston||1||1/44|
|Jan 2 1999||Australia||Sydney||1||2/64|
|Nov 28 1998||Australia||Perth||1||4/89|
|Jul 13 2002||India||Lord's||1||DNB|
|Jul 9 2002||India||The Oval||1||3*|
|Jul 7 2002||Sri Lanka||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||6|
|Jul 13 2002||India||Lord's||1||1/62|
|Jul 9 2002||India||The Oval||1||2/30|
|Jul 7 2002||Sri Lanka||Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester||1||1/44|
Today's Fixtures & Results
Pakistan 393 & 196-5ResultNew Zealand 403 & 250-9 Dec
Sri Lanka A 198-6ResultEngland 145-2
England win by 56 runs (D/L Method)
Australia 268-7ResultS Africa 267-8
Australia win by 3 wickets
Bangladesh 281-7ResultZimbabwe 194
Bangladesh win by 87 runs
Related Alex Tudor News
Tudor, Collins leave Surrey
Alex Tudor and Pedro Collins have both been released by Surrey but eight others have received new contracts.
Tudor back at Surrey
Former England seamer Alex Tudor has signed a one-year deal to return to Surrey.
Essex to let Tudor go
Essex have agreed to release former England fast bowler Alex Tudor, who is now hoping to go on loan to another county.