Brad Haddin Joins Sunrisers Hyderabad As An Assistant Coach

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Brad Haddin Joins Sunrisers Hyderabad As An Assistant Coach 

Brad Haddin Joins Sunrisers Hyderabad As An Assistant Coach
Brad Haddin (Image Credit: Google)

Former Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin has joined as the assistant coach of the Indian Premier League (IPL) side Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH).

The IPL 2016 champions SRH has recently brought the latest Cricket World Cup-winning coach Trevor Bayliss as the head coach after the long-term SRH head coach Tom Moody left this role.

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Now, the former Australian fielding coach Brad Haddin has joined this IPL side as the assistant coach. In the SRH assistant coach post, Haddin is replacing Simon Helmot who joined this IPL team in the 2018 season.

Brad Haddin, SRH, assistant coach
Brad Haddin (Image Credit: Getty Images)

Since 2016, SRH has qualified for the playoffs in every IPL season. In IPL 2019, SRH finished in the fourth position after losing the Eliminator game against Delhi Capitals (DC).

Bayliss-Haddin partnership will handle the SRH team in the IPL 2020. Their partnership helped the Australian side Sydney Sixers to win the Champions League T20 2012. While Haddin was the captain of that side, Bayliss played the coaching role.

They also served for the IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) but in different times. Under Bayliss’ coaching (2012-2015), KKR won two IPL trophies in 2012 and 2014. Meanwhile, Haddin served for KKR in IPL 2011 where he played only match against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

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Brad Haddin has great international experiences

Brad Haddin was a member of the Australian side that won the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. In his international career from 2001 to 2015, Haddin played 66 Tests, 126 ODIs and 34 T20Is. The right-handed wicketkeeper-batsman scored 3,266 Test runs (average 32.98), 3,122 ODI runs (average 31.53) and 402 T20I runs (average 17.47). Haddin retired from the international cricket at the end of the Ashes 2015.

Brad Haddin, SRH, assistant coach
Brad Haddin (Image Credit: Google)

In August 2017, Haddin became the fielding coach of the Australia national cricket team for the next two years. He served for the national side till the end of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019.

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