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    Dennis Lillee

    Dennis Keith Lillee, is a former Australian cricketer rated as the outstanding fast bowler of his generation. Lillee was known for his fiery temperament, 'never-say-die' attitude and popularity with the fans.

    In the early part of his career Lillee was an extremely quick bowler, but a number of stress fractures in his back almost ended his career. Taking on a strict fitness regime, he fought his way back to full fitness, eventually returning to international cricket.

    By the time of his retirement from international cricket in 1984 he had become the then world record holder for most Test wickets (355), and had firmly established himself as one of the most recognisable and renowned Australian sportsmen of all time. On 17 December 2009, Lillee was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame. He has also contributed to the MRF Pace Foundation in Chennai, India.

    Full name Dennis Keith Lillee
    Born 18 July 1949 (age 64) Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia
    Nickname FOT
    Height 5 ft 11.5 in (1.82 m)
    Batting style Right-hand batsman
    Bowling style Right-arm fast
    Role Bowler
    National side Australia
    Test debut 29 January 1971 v England
    Last Test 2 January 1984 v Pakistan
    ODI debut 24 August 1972 v England
    Last ODI 18 June 1983 v West Indies

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