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Brad Haddin


ABOUT

Full NameBradley James Haddin

BornOctober 23, 1977

Height5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)

NationalityAustralian

RoleWicket keeper, Batsman

Relation(s)Karina Castle (Spouse)

BATTING STATS

GAME TYPE M INN RUNS BF NO AVG SR 100s 50s HS 4s 6s CT ST
ODIs 126 115 3122 3706 16 31.53 84.24 2 16 110 296 71 170 11
TESTs 66 112 3266 5587 13 32.98 58.45 4 18 169 363 54 262 8
T20Is 34 29 402 351 6 17.47 114.52 0 0 47 30 13 17 6
T20s 97 91 1747 1384 13 22.39 126.22 0 10 76 144 67 61 20
LISTAs 235 221 6503 0 24 33.01 9 35 138* 0 0 318 50
FIRSTCLASS 184 300 9932 0 39 38.05 17 56 169 0 0 608 40
BOWLING STATS

GAME TYPE M INN OVERS RUNS WKTS AVG ECO BEST 5Ws 10Ws
ODIs 126 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
TESTs 66 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T20Is 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T20s 97 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
LISTAs 235 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
FIRSTCLASS 184 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ABOUT

Brad Haddin Biography

Bradley James Haddin is a former Australian cricketer, who was born on October 23, 1977, in Cowra, New South Wales, Australia. He represented Australia in all three forms of international cricket and was a wicketkeeper-batsman (right-handed bat).

He was a member of the Australian squad that won the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup.

Background

Haddin started his professional cricketing career with the ACT Comets in 1993. In the 1999-00 season, he began playing for the New South Wales Blues.

Haddin was part of the Chennai Super Kings squad in the 2010 Indian Premier League, but he didn’t get a place in the playing eleven. He was later bought by the Kolkata Knight Riders in 2011.

He played for the Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League. In the Pakistan Super League, Haddin represented the Islamabad United. 

Debut

Haddin made his International debut in an ODI on 30 January 2001 against Zimbabwe in Hobart. He made 13 runs and did one stumping while keeping the wickets.

His Test debut came against West Indies in May 2008 at Kingston. With a score of 34 runs in the match, and six catches behind the stumps, Haddin had a decent entry into the longest format of the game.

Rise to glory

Haddin’s purple patch started during the 2010-11 Ashes series, where he scored 136 in the opening Test at the Gabba. He amassed 360 runs in the series at an average of 45.

He had an excellent 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup campaign in the subcontinent. He scored 332 runs in the tournament at an average of 55.33.

Low points

Haddin was inconsistent, he was dropped from the national team a couple of times. In his initial career, he didn't get many opportunities as Adam Gilchrist was Australia’s premier wicket-keeper.

Stats and Records

In Tests, Haddin scored 3266 runs from 66 matches at an average of 33 and took 262 catches alongwith 8 stumpings behind the wicket.

During the 2013-14 Ashes series, Haddin became only the second wicket-keeper to hit five half-centuries in a Test series. He made 493 runs in this series and broke the record for most runs in a series by an Australian wicket-keeper.

He sat a new record for the most dismissals by a wicket-keeper in a Test series with 29 dismissals.

Retirement

He retired from T20 International in September 2011, to focus on ODIs and Tests. He retired from ODI cricket in May 2015 after the 2015 Cricket World Cup.

After being dropped from the Test side, he called time on his career in September 2015.

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