Sydney: Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin has claimed that he hasn’t really thought about when he is going to pull the pin on his one-day career, as he stars in the third World Cup of his career this year.
Haddin is playing in his third World Cup, so it comes as no great surprise that he might hang up his gloves from one-day cricket at the conclusion of this tournament.
However, given the emphatic way Haddin has reinvented his career over the past couple of years, it is not easy to write him off from fighting in. He says that he hasn’t fully digested the retirement issue, but admits holding up the World Cup at the MCG on March 29 wouldn’t be a bad way to bow out of the 50-over game, News.com.au reported.
Haddin said that he hasn’t really thought about when he is going to pull the pin but added that it obviously looks like he hasn’t got many one-day games in front of him.
He claimed that he is just enjoying this whole campaign of a World Cup, adding that it would be good to be around in a month’s time at the MCG for the finale but he is just enjoying this tournament.
The wicketkeeper-batsman said that it would obviously be a great way to sign off from one-day cricket, but insisted that he hasn’t really thought about when he is going to pull the pin.
But, Haddin claimed that it’s getting close, definitely from one-dayers.