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SYDNEY---Brad Haddin announced his
retirement from test and domestic first-
class cricket Wednesday, joining the exo-
dus of senior players following Australia s
Ashes series loss in England.
The combative wicketkeeper-batsman,
who retired from one-day internationals
after Australia s World Cup victory in
March, was left out of the third test at
Trent Bridge after being granted permission
to miss the second test to be with his ill
daughter. Australia lost the third and fourth
tests to surrender the Ashes, and Haddin
left the tour early to return to Australia.
The 37-year-old Haddin joins former
captain Michael Clarke, opener Chris
Rogers and allrounder Shane Watson in
retiring from test and international com-
petition since Australia s 3-2 Ashes defeat.
Paceman Ryan Harris quit before the series,
due to injury.
Haddin was a long time in Adam
Gilchrist s shadow as wicketkeeper and
didn t make his test debut until he was
30. He had a lengthy career despite the
late start, playing 66 tests and scoring
3,266 runs at an average of 32.98. His
highlight with the bat was when Australia
swept the Ashes 5-0 on home soil in 2014.
In terms of dismissals, his 270 as a wick-
etkeeper are behind only Gilchrist (416),
Ian Healy (395) and current chairman of
selectors Rod Marsh (355) for Australia.
"Once you ve lost that will to get up
every morning and do those little things
that give you the opportunity to play for
Australia, once you lose that it s time to
walk away from the game," Haddin said.
He will continue to play Twenty20
cricket for the Sydney Sixers in Australia s
Big Bash League.
"Brad was a vital player during an
important period in Australian cricket,"
Cricket Australia chief executive James
"Brad s strong performances and positive
influence on the team were all the more
remarkable given he was dealing with the
serious illness suffered by his daughter
CAPE TOWN---South Africa recalled Dane Piedt
and Imran Tahir yesterday as the top-ranked
Proteas selected three specialist spinners for their
test series in India.
Piedt and Tahir join Simon Harmer as the spin-
ners in the test squad, while wicketkeeper Dane
Vilas was retained after making his debut against
Bangladesh in July.
Quinton de Kock was only named in the one-
day and Twenty20 squads for the two-month
India tour after being dropped as the test wick-
South Africa will play four tests, five one-day
internationals and three Twenty20 games in India
starting with the limited-overs games early next
Faf du Plessis has recovered from injury to be
included in all three squads. Batsman Khaya Zondo
could make his international debut after being
selected for the T20s.
Offspinner Piedt has played just one test, in
Zimbabwe last year, but was included for what
will likely be slow bowler-friendly pitches in India.
Legspinner Tahir played the last of his 16 tests
late last year.
Otherwise, South Africa s test squad was
unchanged under the captaincy of Hashim Amla,
with young batsman Temba Bavuma and quick
bowler Kagiso Rabada retained following the drawn
series in Bangladesh, when rain prevented a result
in both tests. South Africa has lost just two test
series in the last nine years, both at home to Aus-
tralia. The last time South Africa lost away was
in Sri Lanka in 2006.
Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin walks to leave on the team bus after taking part in a
training session at Lord's cricket ground in London. Haddin announced his retirement from
test and domestic first class cricket Wednesday joining the exodus of veteran players
from the Australian side after its Ashes loss. AP PHOTO
South Africa goes
India with three
specialist spinners Haddin retires from test cricket
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