With a charging run-up, powerful delivery, worrying bounce and elongated appeal, Peter Siddle made a lasting mark in 2008-09 as he stepped up from promising domestic bowler to a speedster who could be part of Australia's attack for years. But he soon suffered the fast man's curse and early in 2010 was diagnosed with a stress fracture in his back that required a lengthy rehabilitation. The timing was poor, interrupting his career after 60 wickets in 17 Tests, and continued a long-running battle with his body. Picked for the tour of India, he made his debut in Mohali and hit Gautam Gambhir in the head with his first ball. There were four wickets in that game, but he wasn't called on again until South Africa arrived in Perth and he struggled to worry the batsmen in their record win. Undeterred by the setback, he fought back immediately on his MCG home ground with 4 for 81 and confirmed his status with 5 for 59 and an eight-wicket match haul in Sydney. Find Peter Siddle profile and stats of batting, bowling and fielding including latest updated news of Peter Siddle, videos and images at Hamariweb.com. Also find detail Player profile and career statistics of Peter Siddle of Australia.