Birth of a bowling legend
Calling Glenn McGrath as one of the most fearsome pacers of his era would be an understatement. Known for his immaculate line and length, McGrath’s outstanding efforts led to Australia’s domination of world cricket for nearly a decade. He went on to become the country’s best fast-bowler after Dennis Lillee. Off the field, McGrath is respected for his noble cause of spreading breast cancer awareness. On his 43rd birthday, we take a closer look at this man. Click on!
Born on February 9, 1970 to Beverly and Kevin McGrath in New South Wales, Glenn’s cricketing potential was first spotted by former Australian cricketer, Kevin Douglas Walters.