Brad Haddin      

Full name Bradley James Haddin

Born October 23, 1977, Cowra, New South Wales

Current age 37 years 100 days

Major teams Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Kolkata Knight Riders, New South Wales, Sydney Sixers

Nickname BJ

Playing role Wicketkeeper batsman

Batting style Right-hand bat

Fielding position Wicketkeeper

Height 1.80 m

Bradley James Haddin
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 63 108 13 3207 169 33.75 5496 58.35 4 18 354 52 251 7
ODIs 117 109 14 2987 110 31.44 3614 82.65 2 16 279 67 153 11
T20Is 34 29 6 402 47 17.47 351 114.52 0 0 30 13 17 6
First-class 178 292 38 9794 169 38.55 17 56 592 39
List A 226 215 22 6368 138* 32.99 9 35 301 50
Twenty20 63 58 7 1080 76 21.17 901 119.86 0 4 87 39 40 16
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 63 - - - - - - - - - - - -
ODIs 117 - - - - - - - - - - - -
T20Is 34 - - - - - - - - - - - -
First-class 178 - - - - - - - - - - - -
List A 226 - - - - - - - - - - - -
Twenty20 63 - - - - - - - - - - - -
Career statistics
Test debut West Indies v Australia at Kingston, May 22-26, 2008 scorecard
Last Test Australia v India at Sydney, Jan 6-10, 2015 scorecard
Test statistics
ODI debut Australia v Zimbabwe at Hobart, Jan 30, 2001 scorecard
Last ODI Australia v India at Sydney, Jan 26, 2015 scorecard
ODI statistics
T20I debut Australia v South Africa at Brisbane, Jan 9, 2006 scorecard
Last T20I Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC), Oct 5, 2014 scorecard
T20I statistics
First-class debut 1999/00
Last First-class Australia v India at Sydney, Jan 6-10, 2015 scorecard
List A debut 1997/98
Last List A Australia v India at Sydney, Jan 26, 2015 scorecard
Twenty20 debut Australia A v Pakistanis at Adelaide, Jan 13, 2005 scorecard
Last Twenty20 Australia v Pakistan at Dubai (DSC), Oct 5, 2014 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
0c/0s Australia v India Sydney 26 Jan 2015 ODI # 3592
1c/0s, 42 Australia v England Hobart 23 Jan 2015 ODI # 3589
1c/0s, 13* Australia v India Melbourne 18 Jan 2015 ODI # 3582
0c/0s, 16 Australia v England Sydney 16 Jan 2015 ODI # 3578
9*, 4c/0s, 31*, 1c/0s Australia v India Sydney 6 Jan 2015 Test # 2156
55, 4c/0s, 13, 0c/0s Australia v India Melbourne 26 Dec 2014 Test # 2152
6c/0s, 6, 3c/0s, 1 Australia v India Brisbane 17 Dec 2014 Test # 2149
0, 1c/0s, 14*, 2c/1s Australia v India Adelaide 9 Dec 2014 Test # 2148
1c/0s NSW v South Aust Sydney 25 Nov 2014 FC
1c/0s, 10, 0c/0s, 13 Australia v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 30 Oct 2014 Test # 2142
Profile

Modern Australian wicketkeepers are renowned for being tough and uncompromising, and Brad Haddin was a fitting inheritor of the job held by the likes of Rod Marsh and Ian Healy. His immediate predecessor was Adam Gilchrist, whose presence prevented Haddin from making his Test debut until the age of 30. However, Haddin made up for lost time by eventually becoming vice-captain to Michael Clarke and a key senior figure in a developing side. Never was he more important than in during the 2013-14 Ashes clean-sweep, when he bailed Australia out of tricky positions in every first innings of the campaign. His 493 runs at 61.62 put him second only to David Warner on the run tally and he was nimble behind the stumps, and it was only Mitchell Johnson's reign of terror that prevented Haddin being Player of the Series.

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Jan 23, 2015

Brad Haddin goes over the top, Australia v England, Carlton Mid Tri-Series, Hobart, January 23, 2015

Brad Haddin goes over the top

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Jan 10, 2015

Brad Haddin attempts to stump Rohit Sharma, Australia v India, 4th Test, Sydney, 5th day, January 10, 2015

Brad Haddin attempts to stump Rohit Sharma

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Jan 5, 2015

Brad Haddin looks at a memorial plaque for Phillip Hughes that has been installed at the SCG, Sydney, January 5, 2015

Brad Haddin looks at a memorial plaque for Phillip Hughes that has been installed at the SCG

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Tournament Results
Australia v New Zealand at Centurion - Oct 5, 2009
Australia won by 6 wickets (with 28 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Pakistan at Johannesburg - Oct 3, 2009
New Zealand won by 5 wickets (with 13 balls remaining)
Australia v England at Centurion - Oct 2, 2009
Australia won by 9 wickets (with 49 balls remaining)
India v West Indies at Johannesburg - Sep 30, 2009
India won by 7 wickets (with 107 balls remaining)
Australia v Pakistan at Centurion - Sep 30, 2009
Australia won by 2 wickets (with 0 balls remaining)
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