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Sep 22, 2012

The Australian opener Matthew Hayden Retirement in all Format Cricket

The Australian opener Matthew Hayden Tests scored 8,625 runs in 103 matches for his country with 30 centuries and average of more than 50 and 161 one-day internationals played and he was retired from Test cricket in 2009 and he played for the Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League in 2010 and he played for domestic Twenty20 in australia big bash from the cricket before returning to play for the Brisbane team in 2011-12 opting not to play in Australia domestic Twenty20 series this year to his Brisbane Heat team said on Thursday.

Cricket Career:

Hayden played for major teams for the Australia, Brisbane Heat, Chennai Super Kings, Hampshire, ICC World XI, Northamptonshire, Queensland and nickname is a Haydos he won Allan Border Medal in 2002 and same year won for the test Player of the Year and next year won wisden Cricketer of the Year 2003 and 2007 best icc One-Day Player of the Year and 2008 One-Day International Player of the Year and the member of the Order of Australia in Jan 2010 and the Hayden says cricket would remain a significant part of his life and i will supporting and nurturing our next generation especially now with my children.

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