Ben Hilfenhaus Gets Into Coaching Role

Cricket has always been a beautiful game as its unpredictable till the last ball is bowled. A single ball may change the overall course of the game. However, there are certain things that’s predictable and it’s more often right. Ben Hilfenhaus, the Australian cricketer was replaced by JP Duminy in the Delhi Daredevils Squad in 2017 as he was injured. The fast bowler from Australia has represented its country in 27 Tests and 25 ODIs. Besides, he took part in 7 T20 Internationals as well. Hilfenhaus plans to get into coaching now that he has taken retirement from cricket. This 32 year old is keen to help the next generation to become best swing bowlers.

Hilfenhaus feels that cricket has given him abundantly and he has gained vast knowledge through the years. Now it’s payback time and hence the fast bowler likes to share knowledge and pass it on to the next set of younger players who are enthusiastic to learn and play the game. As per Hilfenhaus, it is the best time to divert his focus in coaching and make an attempt to develop good form of cricket. He is doing his best to prepare himself in the coaching role. He also has intentions to continue to take part in Twenty20 cricket and play for Tasmania next season in the One Day Domestic game.

Hilfenhaus achieved 262 wickets and helped the Tigers to win 3 Sheffield Shield titles. Dam Marsh, the state coach thinks Ben is amongst the best players the state has produced till date. He said that Ben was one of the finest cricketers in the history as he always played like a warrior. He was the champion of the team and his decision to join as a coach will make him achieve fruitful results. There is no doubt Hilfenhaus is one of the most renowned crickets in the Australian team.