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Tim Ludeman

Wicketkeeper

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

Wicketkeeper

Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

AGE
29
HEIGHT
176CM
BORN

Warnambool

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

SA

SA
LOCAL CLUB

Port Adelaide

Bio

A wicketkeeper-batsman from Warrnambool in country Victoria, Tim Ludeman moved to South Australia in 2009 and played six Sheffield Shield games and three one-day games in his debut season.

He enjoyed a breakthrough summer in 2012-13, starring in all three forms of the game to be named South Australia’s Most Improved Player.

He scored four half-centuries in the Sheffield Shield, one in the Ryobi Cup and opened the batting for Adelaide Strikers in the Big Bash League, finishing the tournament with 185 runs at a strike rate of just over 132.

He also took a spectacular leg-side catch off the bowling of Kieron Pollard and then capped off a solid 2013-14 season with his maiden first-class century.

Regarded as an expert gloveman, Ludeman opened the batting for South Australia in the 2015 Matador Cup and was named vice-captain.

He also scored more runs than any other wicketkeeper in BBL|05 and will be looking to continue that form this summer.

 

 

Ludeman hammers 167 against the Proteas

South Australia's Tim Ludeman sent a reminder of his quality to Redbacks selectors, hammering 20 fours and eight sixes against South Africa


1:02 Russells-really-really-ridiculously-good-catch-still

Russell's really, really ridiculously good catch

The Adelaide Strikers lost their second wicket early on but it took a super human effort from the Sydney Thunder's West Indies import Andre Russell to pull it off


1:50 Ludemans-unbeaten-half-century-still

Ludeman's unbeaten half century

Tim Ludeman batted through the entire innings to help himself to 57 as the Strikers snuck over the line against Hobart


Haddin, Healy headline 'Keepers Week

Some of Australia's greatest glovemen - and a group of generation next - gathered in Brisbane for a week-long camp


Siddons puts Redbacks players on notice

Coach insists there is no room for under-performing players as SA pursue a Shield final place


Experienced pair dropped by Redbacks

Tom Cooper and Tim Ludeman miss out for Shield clash as South Asutralia continue with youth policy