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Brad Haddin


About Brad Haddin

Brad Haddin is a player in the Australian cricket team. He is a wicketkeeper and a batsman.

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In February 09, he lead the Australian cricket team for the first time in the absence of Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke.

Brad Haddin in News

Wade eyeing chance to cement Oz first keeper spot in England ODI series
Matthew Wade has the chance to cement his place as Australia's long-term wicketkeeper in the one-day series against England starting on Friday, ahead of the Ashes.

CA's new contract puts Clarke's base salary at $2 million
Captain Michael Clarke, who tops the list Cricket Australia's new contract list, will earn a base salary of about $2 million and will pocket much more when his skipper's allowance and match fees are taken into account.

Pay dispute ends, Clarke and Johnson big winners in CA's contract list
Skipper Michael Clarke and pacer Mitchell Johnson have emerged as biggest gainers in Cricket Australia's list of contracted players for the next year,as the governing body has reduced the number from 25 to 17.

When Coach Mickey Arthur became 'Aussie Mickey'
Five months after taking over as the first foreign coach of the Australian cricket team, South African Mickey Arthur holds one moment very close to his heart - of being finally recognized by the cricketers as a true-blue Aussie.

Clarke has 'quickly and comfortably grown into captaincy': Report
Australian captain Michael Clarke's recent success with his young but talented team against the Indians and the West Indies shows how he is growing as a leader, according to Sydney Morning Herald columnist Richard Hinds.

Oz coach Arthur backs Ponting to play in 2013 Ashes series
Australian coach Mickey Arthur has endorsed former skipper Ricky Ponting's bid to play in the 2013 Ashes series in England.

Clarke says Wade could play as specialist batsman in Oz team alongside keeper Haddin
Australia captain Michael Clarke has said Mathew Wade possesses the potential to play as a specialist batsman along with veteran Brad Haddin as the wicketkeeper in the Test team.

Oz coach Arthur cagey over Wade versus Haddin debate
Australia coach Mickey Arthur has refused to pick any one from Mathew Wade or Brad Haddin as his choice for Australia's number one wicket keeper.

Will Wade succeed Haddin as wicket-keeper in Test arena?
Australian chief selector John Inverarity faces a gut-wrenching decision in deciding whether Matthew Wade should succeed Brad Haddin at the Test level.

'Centurion' Wade oblivious to Clarke's backing of first keeper Haddin
Australian wicketkeeper Mathew Wade is not bothered by Australian captain Michael Clarke's firm support for Brad Haddin.

Oz keeper Haddin still the best for Tests: Clarke
Australian captain Michael Clarke believes that wicketkeeper Brad Haddin will be the number one gloveman for Tests depending on his availability.

Wade may put Haddin's berth in Oz squad on block
Australian wicketkeeper Matthew Wade could make it difficult for Brad Haddin to return to the Test squad if he shines on his Test debut against the West Indies in Barbados.

Oz one-day wicketkeeper Wade to make Test debut against Windies
Australia's one-day wicketkeeper Matthew Wade will make his Test debut next month following Brad Haddin's decision not to return for the series against the West Indies.

Haddin opts out of Windies tour, Wade to make Test debut
Veteran Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has opted out of the cricket tour of the West Indies.

Neville to replace Haddin on West Indies tour
Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin is returning home from the tour of the West Indies for personal reasons and will be replaced by Peter Nevill.

Wade enjoying learning from veteran Haddin
Australian wicketkeeper Matthew Wade has said he is enjoying working along side Brad Haddin in the West Indies, as he is keen to take a few tips from the veteran.

Oz selector Marsh says Haddin to keep Test spot for now
Australian selector Rod Marsh has signaled that Brad Haddin would be retained for the first Test match at least against the West Indies.

Clarke's injury likely give Haddin Oz squad berth in limited over series against Windies
Australian skipper Michael Clarke's absence from limited- overs series against the West Indies could give a berth to Brad Haddin in the squad.

Spinner Beer recalled into 16-member Oz Test squad for West Indies series
Australian spinner Michael Beer has been recalled to the 16-member Test squad named for the West Indies tour.

Haddin has one SCG game, tour match to convince Oz selectors he should play Tests in Windies

Hussey becomes Australia's highest Test run-scorer for 2011
Mike Hussey, who has been under pressure to keep his spot in the Australian team in recent months, will end 2011 as Australia's highest Test run-scorer for the year after scoring 89 in the Boxing Day Test.

Aussies look to filed four pacers for Sydney Test, recall Harris
Australia has recalled Ryan Harris for second Test against India, indicating that the Aussies are considering a four-man pace attack the Sydney game.

Haddin says he will react to game's tempo in India-Oz Boxing Day Test
Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin has said he will react to the game's tempo rather than just concentrating on playing the swinging ball during the Boxing Day Test, which began today.

Haddin enjoying Christmas training with son ahead of India-Oz Boxing Day clash
Australian cricketer Brad Haddin took his three-year-old son Zac to the training session on Christmas, ahead of the Boxing Day clash with India.

We are prepared for Boxing Day Test match, claims Brad Haddin
Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin believes his team is fully prepared for Boxing Day Test match against India and has left their humbling defeat to New Zealand at Hobart behind them.

India will give Aussies a tough time: Fox Sports Stats
Australia's cricketers are in for a torrid time this summer - that's the message from Fox Sports Stats ahead of the four-Test series against India.

Oz batting camp to focus on maintaining mental toughness, facing Indian bowlers
Australia's batting camp, which started today, focussed on combating India's pace bowling attack and preach mental toughness ahead of Boxing Day against India.

Cricket Australia scouts say Warner, Cummins among five key players
Cricket Australia's talent scouts have marked out David Warner, Pat Cummins, James Pattinson, Shaun and Mitchell Marsh as the key men responsible for returning the country to top of the world rankings in all three forms of the game.

Australia's Big Bash League to stay, says Haddin
Australian Test wicket-keeper Brad Haddin has reckoned that he is excited to be a part of the Big Bash League, which, he feels, would retain its popularity.

Haddin's focus on return to form, expresses disappointment over Paine's untimely injury
Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin says stand-bye keeper Tim Paine's untimely injury is disappointing, but irrelevant in terms of his own poor form. He maintained that the only pressure he feels to succeed comes from himself.

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