Pat Cummins Height, Age, Wife, Family, Biography & More

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Height: 6’ 4”
Age: 30 Years
Wife: Becky/Rebecca Boston

Pat Cummins

Full NamePatrick James Cummins
Nickname(s)Cider, Cummo
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 192 cm
in meters- 1.93 m
in feet inches- 6’ 4”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 89 kg
in pounds- 196.21 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 44 inches
- Waist: 32 inches
- Biceps: 17 inches
Eye ColourCobalt Blue
Hair ColourMedium Ash Blonde
International DebutODI- 19 October 2011, South Africa v Australia at Centurion
Test- 17-21 November 2011, South Africa v Australia at Johannesburg
T20- 13 October 2011, South Africa v Australia at Cape Town
Jersey Number#30 (Australia)
#30 (IPL)
Domestic/State Team(s)Australia, Kolkata Knight Riders, New South Wales Second XI, Sydney Sixers, Delhi Daredevils, New South Wales, Perth Scorchers, Sydney Thunder
Records (main ones)• 2010-11 (Big Bash Series): Got 11 wickets (average 14.09) and became the youngest cricket player (18 years old) to be contracted for the 2011-12 International series.
• Got three wickets in a single over in T20 debut Australia vs South Africa.
• December 2019: ICC test bowling ranking points of 914 - Highest by an Australian and equal fifth of all time
• December 2019: The fastest Australian since World War 2 to take 100 test wickets
• November 2021: The first fast bowler to become Australian test captain
• 6 April 2022: Fastest half-century in the Indian Premier league (IPL) (Shares this record with KL Rahul)
• August 2023: The first Australian captain to win the World Test Championship
Awards/Honours/Achievements • 2011/12: Man of the Match (2nd Test of Australia vs South Africa Test Series)
• 2017/18: Man of the Match (5th Test of the Ashes Test Series)
• 26 January 2018: Man of the Match (ODI of England vs Australia at Adelaide Oval, Adelaide)
Pat Cummins
• February 2019: Allan Border Medal
• January 2020: Test Player of the Year by ICC
• November 2021: World's number 1 ranked test bowler in ICC Rankings
• November 2021: Named in the 2019 ICC Test Team of the Year
• 24 January 2024: Sir Garfield Sobers Award for ICC Men's Cricketer of the Year
Career Turning PointGrabbed 11 wickets (average 14.09) in maiden Big Bash season
Personal Life
Date of Birth8 May 1993 (Saturday)
Age (as in 2023)30 Years
Birth PlaceWestmead, Sydney (Australia)
Zodiac sign/Sun signTaurus
Signature Pat Cummins' Signature
HometownWestmead (Australia)
SchoolSt Paul's Grammar School
College/UniversityUniversity of Technology, Sydney
Educational QualificationBachelor of Business
AddressMount Riverview, Blue Mountains (Australia)
HobbiesSpending time at the Northern Beaches of NSW (Australia), playing crosswords
Girls, Family & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsBecky/Rebecca Boston
Pat Cummins With His Girlfriend Becky Boston
Marriage Date1 August 2022
Pat Cummins with his wife, Becky Boston, during their marriage
ParentsFather- Peter Cummins
Mother- Maria Cummins (Died on 10 March 2023 due to illness)
Pat Cummins With His mother (1st left) and two sisters (2nd left and right)
SiblingsBrothers- Matt, Tim
Sisters- Laura, Kara
Wife/SpouseBecky Boston (British-born Interior Designer)
Pat Cummins with his wife, Becky Boston
ChildrenSon - 1 (Albie Boston Cummins)
Pat Cummins with his son, Albie Boston Cummins
Favourite Things
Favourite CricketerBrett Lee
Favourite MusicAlternative
Favourite ClothesSportswear
Favourite Holiday Spot Cinque Terre along the coast (Italy)
Money Factor
Salary Retainer Fee: ₹5 crore
Test Fees: ₹9 lakh
ODI Fees: ₹4 lakh
T20 Fees: ₹3 lakh
Net worth$41 million (As of 2022)
Pat Cummins

Some Lesser Known Facts About Pat Cummins

  • Does Pat Cummins smoke?: Not known
  • Does Pat Cummins drink alcohol?: Yes

    Pat Cummins With His Team Mates

    Pat Cummins drinking with his team mates

  • He is a right-hand batsman and right-arm fast bowler (145 km per hour).
  • During his college days, he was an Elite Athlete Program scholar.
  • He played a junior level cricket at Glenbrook Blaxland Cricket Club, and then the first-grade cricket for Penrith in 2010.

    Pat Cummins playing in a junior level tournament

    Pat Cummins playing in a junior-level tournament

  • From 3 to 5 March 2011, his first-class debut was Tasmania v New South Wales at Hobart.
  • On 13 February 2011, his List A debut was New South Wales v Queensland at Sydney.
  • In 11 test matches, he scored 305 at the average of 25.41 and got 46 wickets (average- 25.95).
  • In 39 ODIs, he hit 144 runs (average- 12.00) and got 64 wickets (average- 28.45).
  • In 18 T20s, he scored only 28 and grabbed 23 wickets (average- 20.52).
  • He scored total 569 runs (average- 31.61) with 83 wickets (average- 26.59) in 22 first-class matches.
  • His 58 List A match record is 274 runs (average- 13.04) with 94 wickets (average- 27.95).
  • In his ‘Maiden Big Bash’ season – he topped the bowling charts with 11 wickets at 14.09.
  • He is selected by Mumbai Indians to play in the 2018 IPL.
  • In 2011, during an interview, he told that when he was three years old the top portion of his middle finger was lost because a door was slammed on it accidentally.

    Pat Cummins

    Pat Cummins’s middle finger top

  • Cummins was a member of the Australian Squad in the 2015 ODI World Cup which they won. He took 5 wickets in 2 matches at an average of 16.

  • He was the leading wicket-taker in the 2017–18 Ashes series with 23 wickets. In the first test of the 2019 Ashes, he took his 100th test wicket (Jonny Bairstow) and later emerged as the highest wicket-taker with 29 wickets.

    Pat Cummins after winning an Ashes test

    Pat Cummins after winning an Ashes test

  • In 2019, he became the vice-captain of the Australian test team.
  • On 29 February 2020, he completed 100 ODI wickets by dismissing South African batsman Kyle Verreynne.
  • Cummins was the leading wicket-taker in the test series of the 2020/21 Border Gavaskar Trophy with 21 wickets and was declared Player of the Series.

  • In November 2021, he helped Australia win the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup which was their first T20 World Cup win. He played in all 7 matches and took 5 wickets.

    Pat Cummins and Mitchell Marsh (left) with the 2021 T20 World Cup Trophy

    Pat Cummins and Mitchell Marsh (left) with the 2021 T20 World Cup Trophy

  • On 26 November 2021, he became the 47th Australian test captain. He led Australia to win the 2021-22 Ashes and was the leading wicket-taker with 21 wickets in 4 matches. He later led them to retain the 2023 Ashes.

    Pat Cummins with 2023 Ashes Trophy

    Pat Cummins with the 2023 Ashes Trophy

  • On 17 November 2022, he became the the captain of Australian ODI team.
  • Between 7 to 11 June 2023, he led Australia to win the ICC World Test Championship Final 2023 by defeating India. He took 4 wickets in the match including Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane in the first innings and Cheteshwar Pujara in the second innings. With this win, he became one of the very few players to win World Cups of all formats.

    Pat Cummins with the 2023 ICC World Test Championship Trophy

    Pat Cummins with the 2023 ICC World Test Championship Trophy

  • In September 2023, when the Australian squad was announced for the 2023 ODI World Cup, he was declared captain of the Australian team.
  • He likes animals and has a pet dog named Norman.

    Pat Cummins with his pet dog, Norman

    Pat Cummins with his pet dog, Norman

  • On 19 December 2023, Pat Cummins was acquired by Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 2024 IPL Auction, held in Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai, for a fee of Rs. 20.50 crore, making him the second most expensive player in the history of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

  • On 4 March 2024, he was announced as the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad; he replaced Aiden Markram.

  • In an interview in 2024, Pat revealed that he struggled mentally during the 2023 Test tour of India due to his mother’s declining health and described it as the toughest period of his life. He mentioned how he decided to live fuller on tours after he lost his mother. He said,

    If we’re going to be away from our families, let’s make sure we’re having the time of our lives. Play really good cricket, but … pack your golf clubs, bring your coffee machine, if we’re in London, go and explore, go and see a show. It’s definitely a lesson learned from mum. I don’t want to waste any time.”