Martin burst onto the scene in 2018 after impressing on loan at Derbyshire. He promptly returned to Middlesex for the latter stages of the season, taking 12 wickets at an average of 19.91 in First-Class cricket during the year. Frustratingly, injury ruled Martin out of most of the 2019 season, but he returned again at the backend of 2019, showing his potential with bat in hand. We are excited at what 2020 could hold for Martin.
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Last night, both Martin Andersson and Naomi Dattani were appointed as PCA Committee representatives for Middlesex and Sunrisers & Lightning respectively.
Martin Andersson, Joe Cracknell, Max Holden and Thilan Walallawita have all signed extensions, whilst Dan Lincoln has been released.
Ben Kosky of the ECB Reporters Network caught up with Martin Andersson to talk him through a shortened but busy summer!
Martin Andersson talks at the close of day one at Radlett in the Bob Willis Trophy as Middlesex took on Hampshire
Delighted to announce that all-rounder Martin Andersson has signed an extension to his contract until the end of 2021
After an early gym session at the Home of Cricket, three players and the club's performance analyst got creative in the kitchen at Lord's as they took on a Masterchef challenge
More youngsters than ever before are enjoying Middlesex Cricket's indoor mini-Lord's activation at KidZania London!
This week's ECB Reporters Network article features Martin Andersson, who talks to Jon Batham about being back in the first eleven and his recovery from back surgery earlier this year.