Tymal Mills: British pitcher reveals BBL withdrawal after his daughter suffered a stroke | Cricket News

British speed pitcher Tymal Mills has revealed his withdrawal from the Big Bash League was due to his two-year-old daughter having a stroke shortly before her flight to Australia.

The left-handed athlete, an unused member when England won the T20 World Cup in Australia last month, has withdrawn from plans to play at the Perth Scorchers citing a “family emergency”. family”.

Mills added on Wednesday that he and his family were at the airport when his daughter fell ill earlier this month but the 30-year-old posted a photo on Instagram of them leaving the hospital.

Next to the picture, he wrote: “Going home for Christmas after the most horrible 11 days. When we were at the airport preparing to leave for Australia, our daughter had a stroke.

“She completely lost the use of the left half of her body and we were told they couldn’t predict how much she would recover.

“Despite all the challenges she faced, our little girl amazed everyone with her recovery to (the point) where we were discharged from the hospital as she jumped and danced. out of the hospital.

“She’s got a lot of rehab, medication, and frontal tomography but we’re grateful that we’re where we are now.”

Mills played seven games when Scorer won the championship last season and was signed by the club in its first round of players earlier this year.


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