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The axeman cometh
A poster boy for the physical benefits of a plant-based diet, Peter Siddle’s fast bowling career exhibits the highs and lows expected from someone who turned his back on a teenage passion for wood chopping to pursue his cricket dream.
That ambition exceeded all expectation when, in his first Ashes appearance on home soil, he crowned his 26th birthday with a Test hat-trick. But before and since then he has battled the injury curse that dogs all fast bowlers, and the form flat spots that threaten to truncate many a career.
The fact that he has found a way to bounce back, regain peak fitness and develop a knack for picking up key wickets with the new and old balls speaks volumes for his tenacity as well as his refusal to extract anything other than everything from his talent.
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08 Dec 13
Peter Siddle says he enjoys bowling to English batsman Kevin Pietersen after dismissing him again on day four of the second Commonwealth Bank Ashes Test in Adelaide.
Joe Root and KP have provided the only resistence with Australia's bowlers needing just four wickets to wrap up the second Ashes test.
Siddle gets his bunny KP again
Australia were held up by a partnership between Joe Root and Kevin Pietersen, but breakthroughs to Peter Siddle and Steve Smith continued the charge to victory.
A nagging line and length has brought about the mistake with Siddle skittling KP for 53.
Peter Siddle adds to England's pain, pinning KP while attempting a run-out.
Michael Carberry falls in much the same way as his captain, hooking a short ball to Nathan Lyon at fine leg.
Siddle set to shoulder Adelaide burden
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