Robert Timothy Robinson> is former cricketer who has played for England and Nottinghamshire. He took part in twenty nine Tests and twenty six One Day Internationals for England. He was a right-handed batsman.
Robinson’s batting style was quite similar to Geoffrey Boycott, leaving the off-target balls before accumulating runs. In 29 Tests he played for England, he scored 1601 runs at a batting average of 36.38 runs. With a highest score of 175 runs, he made four centuries and six half-centuries. In twenty six One Day International matches Robinson scored 597 runs at an average of 22.96. His highest score in ODIs was 83 runs.
Tim Robinson also had a wonderful record in first-class cricket. In four hundred twenty five matches he scored 27571 runs at a shinning average of 42.15. With a top score of 220*, he had sixty three centuries and a hundred and forty one half centuries into his account. He also took four wickets in these first-class matches.
Post retirement he turned up to umpiring and was included in the List of First-Class umpires in the year 2007
In 1986, Tim Robinson was chosen as Wisden Cricketer of the Year.
He scored 175 runs in a Test that was played against Australia in 1985.
He made an unbeaten double century with 220* runs in a match played against Yorkshire.