Freddie Wilde is an analyst at the cricket analytics company CricViz – working with broadcasters and professional teams around the world. Freddie started his career as a cricket journalist, specialising in the Twenty20 format. He built a large profile on twitter, and originally managed his workload alongside studying for a degree in politics at the University of Cardiff. On graduating, Freddie moved into cricket data analysis and now lives in London. Freddie’s most recent book Cricket 2.0 charts the rise of the T20 format from a gimmick to the modern face of the sport. Freddie co-wrote the book with Tim Wigmore, and it was published by Polaris in 2019.