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Brad Haddin Profile Career Stats KKR & Australian Wicketkeeper Cricketer - IPL Player Brad Haddin

Australia Cricket Team Kolkata Knight Riders IPL KKR Cricketer Player Brad Haddin Profile Biodata Biography Birthday Address Mobile Phone Contact Number Brad Haddin KKR Australia Cricket Player Family Father Mother Wife Son Daughter Brad Haddin Education Qualification Profession Cricket Career Statistics Brad Haddin IPL KKR Australia Cricketer Details Personal Educational Professional Life Background Brad Haddin.

Australian Cricketer Bradley James Haddin is a right-handed batsman and wicket keeper.

Full name of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: Brad James Haddin.

Birthday of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: 23rd October 1977.

Address / Birthplace of Brad Haddin Australian Wicketkeeper Batsman: Cowra, New South Wales, Australia.

Nickname of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: BJ.

Height of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in).

Batting Style of Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman: Right-hand bat

Brad Haddin Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman represented Cricket Teams like New South Wales, Australia and KKR IPL Team (Kolkata Knight Riders).

Australian Wicket-keeper Batsman Brad Haddin Cricket Career: Brad Haddin was selected in the first ever Mercantile Mutual Cup season of 1997–98 for the Canberra Comets, with whom Brad Haddin began his professional cricketing career. In the 1999–2000 season, Brad Haddin began playing for the New South Wales Blues to pursue further cricketing opportunities. Since then, Brad Haddin has produced several memorable batting innings, including a top score of 133 against Victoria. In September 2003, Brad Haddin replaced Simon Katich as captain of New South Wales, while Katich was on international duty, and Brad Haddin since been acting-captain on numerous occasions. Brad Haddin has also captained Australia A Team. For most of his career Brad Haddin was Australia-A wicket-keeper but was drafted into the Australian squad as wicket-keeper if Adam Gilchrist was injured or rested. Brad Haddin made his international debut in a One Day International on 30th January 2001 against Zimbabwe in Hobart. Brad Haddin made one stumping and made 13 runs. Brad Haddin was demoted from second choice wicket-keeper for Australia in 2001 by Wade Seccombe and later Ryan Campbell, but reclaimed this position in late 2004. On 18 September 2006, playing against West Indies at Kuala Lumpur in the DLF Cup, Haddin and Australian captain Mike Hussey put on 165, which at that time was a world-record stand for the sixth wicket in ODIs. Brad Haddin finally made his Test debut on 22nd May 2008 against the West Indies at Kingston, Jamaica, becoming Australia's 400th Test cricketer, after Adam Gilchrist retired. On 15th February 2009, Haddin became acting Australian captain for the Twenty20 against New Zealand after Ricky Ponting was rested and Michael Clarke was injured. On 27 November 2010, in the opening match of The Ashes series 2010–11 at The Gabba, Brisbane, Brad Haddin scored 136, his third test hundred, in a valuable innings that helped Australia to a commanding first innings lead. Brad Haddin went on in the series to collect 360 runs at an average of 45.00. Brad Haddin was dropped for Australia's Twenty20 series against England in January 2011, leaving him shocked and angry about his departure in favour of Tim Paine. Kolkata Knight Riders contracted Brad Haddin for $325,000 in the 2011 Indian Premier League season.
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