Brad Haddin announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Tuesday. The Australia cricket team wicket-keeper had retired from one-dayers after the World Cup which was held earlier this year.
The 2015 Ashes was Haddin’s last Test series in which he played only the first Test and pulled out of the second due to personal reasons.
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Australia players congratulated Haddin for his career and wished him for the future.
Haddin played 66 Tests, scoring 3266 runs at an average of 32.98. But his record as a wicketkeeper is one of the best among Australian glovemen. He has 262 catches and eight catches in his Test career while in all international games, Haddin has 449 catches and 25 stumpings.
Congrats Hadds. A great career mate. Thanks for the safe hands buddy 👏🏻 @CricketAus
— Brett Lee (@BrettLee_58) September 9, 2015
Congrats Brad Haddin on an amazing career! Always a fighter out in the middle and never backed down! Privileged to have played with a legend
Congrats Brad Haddin on a magnificent career. Never backed down out on the cricket field. A great team mate and friend! #400
Congratulations Brad Haddin on an outstanding career, a much respect player and leader. @CricketAus
— Tom Moody (@TomMoodyCricket) September 9, 2015
Congrats to Brad Haddin on a fantastic career! Truly amazing team mate, mentor and friend! Privileged to have played with #400 #ThanksHads
— Nathan Lyon (@NathLyon421) September 9, 2015
Congrats to Brad and his family on a great career. A true great and a gentleman, love playing with and against him and loved coaching him!
— Darren Lehmann (@darren_lehmann) September 9, 2015
My favourite moment with this legend Brad Haddin. Well done big man on a Fantastic career. Like a… https://t.co/IBgaE4Gy4X
Congrats Brad Haddin, hard to find a more unselfish & loyal player or person. The epitome of team first. Champion person & player. #400
— Daniel Smith (@13DSmith) September 9, 2015
I was 17 when I got to play cricket with this guy for the first time. We started together, we… https://t.co/9ePwRm7TSV
— Adam Gilchrist (@gilly381) September 9, 2015