England's leading T20 wicket taker of all-time, specialising in bowling and the death, and widely considered as one of the best fielders in the world.
Jordan, who began his career with Surrey before moving to Sussex in 2013, will take the reins as the Club’s T20 captain on his return to The Kia Oval.
The 32-year-old seamer and lower order batter made his professional debut for Surrey in 2007 and played 68 times before leaving at the close of the 2012 season.
He is now one of the most revered short format bowlers in the world and widely recognised as one of the best fielders in the game having played for more than eight years at international level and in domestic leagues across the globe.
After 65 IT20 caps, Jordan is the leading wicket taker in England’s history with 73 scalps. He has also taken 45 wickets in 34 ODIs & 21 wickets in 8 Test matches.
In 2021, Jordan has played a vital role in Southern Brave’s triumph in the inaugural The Hundred competition, helped Sussex to Vitality Blast Finals Day and featured for Punjab Kings in the Indian Premier League.Related Articles