Brad Haddin hints at ODI retirement after World Cup
Australia’s wicket-keeper Brad Haddin on February 20th stated that he is on the edge of his One Day International (ODIs) career and said that it seems like he has not got many One Day International matches ahead of him.
The 37-year old has not been in his best shape in the last few innings and trusts his days in One Day Internationals are numbered.
Brad Haddin was quoted as saying by the Cricket Australia (CA) website: “I haven’t really thought about when I’m going to pull the pin but it obviously looks like I haven’t got many one-day games in front of me.”
Brad Haddin was a part of the Australian ICC World Cup squad in 2007 and 2011. Enjoying his third time at the ICC World Cup, he said it would be best to retire after playing the finale at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on 29th March.
He said from his angle of view, he is just enjoying this whole crusade of a World Cup. It would be best to be around in a month’s time at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) for the grand final but he is just enjoying this mega event.
Evidently it would be a good way to retire from One Day International cricket but he has not really thought about when he is going to declare that moment but it is getting close, definitely from One Day International players.
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