MELBOURNE: Australian star wicket keeper cum batsman Brad Haddin has announced his retirement from One-Day internationals
It is expected the Australian wicket keeper Brad Haddin will announce his retirement from this form of the game after World Cup and it could not be a better time when he retire after a big win on his back.
Haddin played an outstanding part in Australia victory in the tournament with bat or behind the stumps.
The 37-year-old wicket keeper so far represented Australia in 126 One Day International matches in which he scored 3706 runs at an average of 31.53.
Haddin has scored two centuries while he scored 16 half centuries in his great ODI career.