Travis Head slammed a sizzling, memorable, historic century in the World Cup 2023 final against India in  Ahmedabad to defeat the home side in the biggest game of all.

This, however, also led to himself, his wife, and their one-year-old daughter, Milla Paige Head, copping a lot of trolls and abuses from Indians on their Instagram comments.

Jessica Davies, the wife of Travis Head, spoke with Sportstar recently on the online abuses the family faced after the left-hander thumped India in the final, which gave Australia their 6th ODI World Cup trophy and extended India’s decade-long ICC title drought for the senior men’s team.

Jessica said she read the comments but ignored them, adding that the filter in her application blocks the hateful and abuse-filled comments automatically.

Jessica said: “I simply ignore it. I read every comment, but I have a filter that immediately blocks the negative comments. So, I don’t even see them. Milla has the most beautiful personality. She is so social, so welcoming, and so loving.

“The trolls are people who have not been fortunate enough to meet her, because if they had, they wouldn’t be able to say bad things about her. She would have welcomed them with open arms, and in return, your heart would melt from the kindness.”

“I know 99.99 percent of people are so supportive and kind. I haven’t wasted any energy on the trolls. India is a stunning country. The culture and the people are so beautiful. I found the people incredibly welcoming towards babies. I loved how much the people welcomed Milla.”

Travis Head is the most supportive partner: Jessica Davies

Since his return to the Australian side in the 2021/22 Ashes, Travis Head has been on the road and away from home for most of the time. His schedule is only going to get further jammed going forward as he is very likely to be picked in the IPL 2024 auction.

Jessica Davies understands the kind of work her husband does and being away from home is part of his job.

“It does (get difficult sometimes). Travis doesn’t make any parties, weddings, or birthdays, so I’m often attending by myself. The highs and lows of cricket, I suppose. (But) Travis is the most supportive partner. Although he travels most of the year, he always manages to make sure his family is supported.”


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