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Matthew Hayden

Matthew Hayden – Cricketing Statistics

Name Matthew Hayden
Player Type Left-handed Batsman
Date of Birth October 29, 1971
Father’s Name Lawrence Hayden
Birthplace Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia
Career Start March 1993 (ODIs), October 1994 (Tests), February 2005 (T20Is)
Retirement Date January 18, 2009 (ODIs), January 24, 2009 (Tests), May 11, 2010 (T20Is)
Matches Played 161 (ODIs), 103 (Tests), 9 (T20Is)
Centuries 10 (ODIs), 30 (Tests), 0 (T20Is)
Half Centuries 36 (ODIs), 29 (Tests), 0 (T20Is)
Ducks 9 (ODIs), 10 (Tests), 0 (T20Is)
Nervous Nineties 3 (Tests)
Wickets 36 (ODIs), 1 (Tests), 0 (T20Is)
Captainship in Matches 25 (ODIs)
Man of the Matches 20 (ODIs), 11 (Tests), 0 (T20Is)

Biography of Matthew Hayden

Matthew Hayden, born on October 29, 1971, in Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia, is a former Australian cricketer known for his explosive batting and aggressive style of play. As a left-handed opening batsman, Hayden was a dominant force at the top of the order for the Australian cricket team during his playing days.

Hayden made his debut for Australia in One-Day Internationals (ODIs) in March 1993 and in Test matches in October 1994. He quickly established himself as one of the most feared batsmen in world cricket, capable of dismantling any bowling attack with his powerful strokes and impeccable technique.

In ODIs, Hayden played 161 matches and scored 10 centuries and 36 half-centuries, amassing over 6,000 runs in the format. In Test cricket, he played 103 matches and scored a whopping 30 centuries and 29 half-centuries, accumulating over 8,600 runs. His remarkable performances with the bat earned him accolades and admiration from fans and fellow cricketers worldwide.

Known for his aggressive approach, Hayden often took on the bowlers right from the start, putting the opposition under pressure. He had a remarkable ability to convert his starts into big scores and was known for his powerful pulls and drives.

Hayden was part of the Australian team that dominated world cricket during the early 2000s, winning multiple ICC trophies and maintaining their position as the number one Test team for a long time.

After a successful cricketing journey, Matthew Hayden retired from international cricket in 2009. Post-retirement, he remained associated with the sport, taking up various roles, including coaching, commentary, and mentoring young cricketers.

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