By the start of 2009 Callum Ferguson was a regular international performer averaging 41.43 in One Day International Cricket and the owner of a Cricket Australia contract. However a disastrous knee injury later in the year caused a setback to Ferguson’s international career, missing an entire year of cricket. Since recovering, Ferguson has returned to state and national duties, playing in South Australia’s successful Twenty20 Big Bash campaign and the subsequent Champions League.
The 2010-11 Sheffield Shield season brought Ferguson 337 runs at 48.14 in only four matches, including two centuries. In 2014-15 he managed 836 Shield runs including four centuries. His maiden first-class double-century came in November 2015 and currently has 20 first class centuries and 14 List A centuries. He made his Test debut in November 2016 against South Africa in Hobart.
In 2018 he was selected by Worcestershire to be their overseas player for the county season and made an immediate impact in his second game in the One Day tournament. Ferguson broke Worcestershire’s record for their highest ever score in the tournament making 192, returned the following year and was appointed captain.
Ahead of the 2018/19 Summer he was announced as captain of the Sydney Thunder and he followed this up by winning the Thunder MVP award and being selected in the team the tournament.