Biography

Brad Haddin- Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Career

Former Australian cricketer, vice-captain, and coach Bradley James Haddin played for his country in all three varieties of international cricket. As a right-handed batter and wicketkeeper for New South Wales, he participated in domestic competitions.

Quick Facts

Name Bradley James Haddin
Profession Cricket Player
Date of Birth 23 October 1977
Birthplace Cowra, New South Wales
Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Nationality Australian
Height 177 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 80 kg
Father Not Available
Mother Not Available
Girlfriend Not Available
Wife Karina Castle (m. 2007)
Children three
Net Worth  $100k-$1million

Brad Haddin Biography

Brad Haddin was born in Cowra, New South Wales, on October 23, 1977. He was born on March 19, 1973, making him 43 years old. Australian nationality is his. Libra is Brad Haddin’s zodiac sign.

Brad Haddin plays cricket for Australia. He served as Australia’s vice-captain and coach in all three formats of international cricket. As a right-handed batter and wicketkeeper for New South Wales, he participated in domestic competitions. Haddin played for the Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League and was a part of the Australian World Cup-winning team in the 2015 Cricket World Cup.

Brad Haddin Height, Weight

Brad Haddin is 5 feet 10 inches tall. He weighs approximately 88 kg. He has lovely warm blue eyes and brown locks. There is no information on his chest-waist-hip measurements, dress size, shoe size, biceps, and so on.

Career

  • Haddin’s family relocated to Queanbeyan in 1989 when he was 12 years old. He participated in junior cricket for the Queanbeyan District Cricket Club until he was 15 years old, at which point he joined the Australian National University Grade Cricket Club and played for the 1st grade. Haddin started his professional cricket career with the ACT Comets, with whom he was chosen for the first Mercantile Mutual Cup season of 1997–98.
  • He started playing for the New South Wales Blues in the 1999–2000 season in an effort to explore more cricketing chances. Since then, he has delivered a number of noteworthy hitting innings, with his highest total being against Victoria at 133. Chennai Super Kings acquired Haddin for the 2010 IPL. Haddin signed a deal with Kolkata Knight Riders for the 2011 Indian Premier League season for US$325,000.
  • Haddin’s first century since the first Ashes test against England in November 2010 came on September 26, 2012, during a Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania at the Bankstown Oval.
  • Haddin joined the ACT Comets in November 2015 for the first time since the 1998–1999 season. In that match, he scored a century in his maiden innings, finishing on 104 off 100 balls, making him only the sixth player to do so.
  • Haddin took part in the Pakistan Super League with Islamabad United in the UAE in February 2016. The management of United’s club decided to keep him for a second season.
  • In September 2003, Haddin succeeded Simon Katich as captain of New South Wales, when Katich was on international assignment, and he has subsequently been acting captain on multiple occasions. He has also captained Australia A. For much of his career, Haddin was Australia A wicketkeeper but was recruited into the national team as a backup wicketkeeper in case Adam Gilchrist was injured or rested.
  • He made his international debut in a one-day international on 30 January 2001 against Zimbabwe in Hobart. He made one stumping and made 13 runs. He was displaced from second-choice wicket keeper for Australia in 2001 by Wade Seccombe and then Ryan Campbell, but restored this position in late 2004. He was called up as part of Australia’s 2005 Ashes team but was not utilized during the series.
  • On 18 September 2006, playing against West Indies in Kuala Lumpur in the DLF Cup, Haddin and Australian captain Mike Hussey put on 165, which at the time was a world-record partnership for the sixth wicket in ODIs.
  • [10] After Gilchrist’s retirement in early 2008, Haddin eventually made his Test debut on 22 May against the West Indies at Kingston, Jamaica, becoming Australia’s 400th Test player.
  • Haddin was embroiled in a dispute due to the dismissal of Neil Broom in an ODI between Australia and New Zealand in Perth in February 2009. Broom was declared out bowled but replays plainly indicated that Haddin’s gloves had disturbed the bails.
  • New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori voiced his disappointment with Haddin’s tactics in not summoning Broom back to the wicket. His statement led to a heated reaction from Australian skipper Ricky Ponting. Ponting defended his partner claiming that Haddin was confident the ball struck the stumps. On 15 February 2009, Haddin became interim Australian captain for the Twenty20 versus New Zealand when Ricky Ponting was rested and Michael Clarke was injured.

Records

  • Haddin had a 33 average in tests and amassed 3266 runs from 66 games, 262 catches, and 8 stumpings behind the wicket.
  • Haddin was just the second wicket-keeper to score five half-centuries in a Test series during the 2013–14 Ashes series. He scored 493 runs throughout this series, breaking the previous record held by an Australian wicketkeeper.
  • With 29 dismissals, he set a new record for the most dismissals by a wicketkeeper in a Test series.

Brad Haddin’s Net Worth

The Australian cricket player is now 44 years old and is valued between $100,000 and $1 million as of November 2022. This is about equivalent to 100,000-1,000,000 euros or 100,000-1,000,000 pounds. The estimated net worth varies since it’s difficult to predict spending patterns over time. The main source of Brad Haddin’s riches is his success as a cricket player.

Brad Haddin Wife, Marriage

Prior to receiving the 2015 Allan Border Medal at Carriageworks, Australian cricketer Brad Haddin poses with his wife Karina Haddin in the picture above. In 2007, the pair exchanged vows. Haddin, an Australian wicket-keeper batsman, has played for his country in all three international cricket forms. He played his first One-Day International (ODI) in 2001 in Hobart against Zimbabwe. Three years after being released, in 2004, he faced the same opponent in an ODI. In 2008, he played his first Test against the West Indies.

Interesting Facts

  • In 2019, Haddin was hired by Sunrisers Hyderabad as an assistant coach.
  • In 2018, Haddin was named Fielding coach for the Australian cricket team.
  • Haddin took part in the Pakistan Super League with Islamabad United in the UAE in February 2016. The management of United’s club decided to keep him for a second season.
  • Haddin joined the ACT Comets in November 2015 for the first time since the 1998–1999 season. In that match, he scored a century in his maiden innings, finishing on 104 off 100 balls, making him only the sixth player to do so.