Matthew Hayden Age, Girlfriend, Height, Wife & More Facts

Matthew Hayden

Matthew Lawrence Hayden AM (conceived 29 October 1971) is an Australian cricket observer and previous cricketer. His vocation spread over fifteen years. Hayden was a strong and forceful left-given opening batsman.

Hayden holds the record for the most elevated score made by an Australian batsman in Tests (380). This is additionally the record for the most elevated individual grade by an initial batsman in Tests.[2] His innings of 201 against India in Chennai stays the second most elevated score by an Australian in India. He shaped one of the most productive opening associations in world Test cricket for Australia with Justin Langer,[3] and in ODI cricket with Adam Gilchrist. Upon his retirement, in January 2009, Hayden's Test normal was 50.7; he had scored the second most runs in Test cricket by an initial batsman; and was equivalent sixth (with Jacques Kallis) on the record-breaking list for Test hundreds of years.

Hayden resigned from all types of cricket in September 2012.[4]

In 2017, Hayden was drafted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame.[5]

In September 2021, Hayden was designated as the Batting Coach of Pakistan for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup

Individual life and past cricket

Hayden contended in the Gladiator Team Sports Challenge in 1995.
In 2000, Hayden's boat overturned close to North Stradbroke Island; he and his two colleagues (one of whom was Queensland and Australian partner Andrew Symonds and the different was Trent Butler) had to swim a kilometer to safety.[7] Hayden consequently showed up in a mission advancing marine safety.[8]
In his extra time, Hayden is a sharp cook and infrequently pre-arranged suppers for his partners while on visit. An assortment of his plans was distributed in Australia in 2004 as The Matthew Hayden Cookbook. A subsequent book, The Matthew Hayden Cookbook 2, was distributed in 2006.
Before utilizing a Mongoose, Hayden utilized a Gray-Nicolls bat with a fluorescent pink grasp, to feature and support investigation into a remedy for bosom disease. This is to some extent partially motivated by his colleague Glenn McGrath's better half, who passed on from this illness.[9]
He is hitched to Kellie and has three children.[10][11]
Hayden is a passionate Roman Catholic and said, "When I'm in a tough situation, I inquire: 'How might Christ respond?'" He likewise regularly crossed himself on the field subsequent to coming to a century.[12] When gotten some information about confidence in current culture, Hayden said, "I believe it's extremely difficult to live as a Christian, or any kind of religion, concerning advanced society. I believe it's truly challenging as a youthful grown-up, and I think I truly battled with that over a significant stretch of time".[13]
He is supporter of Parent Project Australia, a cause battling for a remedy for duchenne solid dystrophy.
Hayden was an Ambassador for World Youth Day 2008.
Hayden was granted the Australian Sports Medal on 14 July 2000.[14]
In 2009, as a component of the Q150 festivities, Matthew Hayden was reported as one of the Q150 Icons of Queensland for his job as a "sports legend".[15]
On 26 January 2010 he was selected a Member of the Order of Australia for administration to cricket, and to the local area through help for a scope of wellbeing, youth and beneficent organisations.[16]
Hayden is an Ambassador for the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation.[17]
The Australian form of The Lifestyle Channel started screening Matthew Hayden's Home Ground in June 2010.
Homegrown profession
Top of the line profession
Hayden played Sheffield Shield cricket for Queensland, playing 101 matches, and scoring 8831 runs at a normal of 54.85. He additionally played in the English County Championship, first with Hampshire in 1997 and conspicuously as chief of Northamptonshire in 1999-2000; his County record is 3461 runs at 55.82. Hayden's five star profession yielded 24,603 runs at a normal of 52.57.

Twenty20 profession
Matthew Hayden played for the Chennai Super Kings in the debut Indian Premier League (IPL) in April 2008, contracted for $375,000. Hayden became one of the first players in the association, and in 2009 won the Orange Cap as the season's most elevated run-scorer, with 572.

In 2011-12, Hayden left his situations on the Queensland and Australian cricket sheets to partake for the Brisbane Heat in Australia's Big Bash League.

On 11 March 2010, Hayden declared his goal to utilize the Mongoose Cricket Bat, a bat uniquely customized to the necessities of Twenty20 cricket, during the 2010 IPL. Responses to the bat were blended. Stuart Law said that he would think long and hard about utilizing the Mongoose, while MS Dhoni said in his section that he had confidence in Hayden's capacity 'regardless of anything implies he utilizes'. After a calm beginning to the third release of the IPL, Hayden made a rankling 93 off 43 conveyances to launch his campaign.[18]

Global vocation
Test vocation
Hayden and Michael Slater were both picked for the 1993 visit through England, yet Slater performed better in the visit games, and got the initial situation close by bad habit chief Mark Taylor for the following couple of years. Hayden played a solitary test in the 4-8 March 1994 Test Match against South Africa in Johannesburg, scoring 15 and 5, filling in for a harmed Taylor.[19]

His next Test determination was in the 1996-97 season, with three tests each against the West Indies and South Africa. He made his lady century (125 against the West Indies in Adelaide), yet arrived at the midpoint of just 24.1 over the six tests, including four ducks. He was dropped from the group, as the selectors inclined toward different openers, at first Taylor and Matthew Elliott, afterward Slater and Greg Blewett, for the following couple of years. At that point, he was contrasted infrequently with Graeme Hick, a fine homegrown entertainer however not exactly sufficient to make it at the most noteworthy level.[citation needed]

During these years, Hayden was a productive batsman for the Queensland top notch cricket crew. Weight of homegrown cricket runs, and perseverance, brought about a restoration of his worldwide vocation for the 1999-2000 visit through New Zealand and the accompanying 2000-01 summer against the West Indies. His outcomes in those series were unconvincing, however he was as yet picked for the 2001 visit through India.

On that visit through India, Hayden scored 549 runs, an Australian record for a three-Test series, at a normal of 109.80. Before the 2001 India visit, Hayden found the middle value of 24.36 from 13 Tests, with one 100 years. From that point onward, he was a programmed choice for the Test side. He scored north of 1,000 Test runs in 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005, the primary man to accomplish the accomplishment multiple times. He was chosen as one of Wisden's five 2003 Cricketers of the Year.

In the principal innings of the First Test against Zimbabwe on 10 October 2003 at the WACA, Hayden scored 380 runs from just 437 balls to establish another worldwide best for a singular Test innings, passing the past record of Brian Lara (375), set in April 1994. Hayden's complete stayed the record until 12 April 2004, when Lara scored 400 not out. As of May 2020, it stays the second-most elevated innings in Test history, and is the most noteworthy ever by an Australian.[20] For his exhibitions in 2004, he was named in the World Test XI by ICC.[21]

Hayden experienced an impressive structure droop towards the finish of 2004, and went for sixteen successive tests without scoring a long time. This went on into the profoundly expected 2005 Ashes, where Hayden neglected to arrive at 40 in any of the initial four tests, which put squeeze in his situation in the group; a hard-battled 138 from 303 balls in the Fifth Test at The Oval seemingly saved his vocation. This flagged a re-visitation of structure for Hayden for the 2005/06 season, and he scored hundreds of years in four successive Tests, including the Oval Test, then, at that point, home Tests against the ICC World XI and West Indies.

Hayden's structure in the 2006-07 Ashes series against England was normal; he neglected to arrive at 40 in the initial three innings of the series, however again got back to frame with scores of 92 in Perth, and 153 in the Boxing Day Test. For his exhibitions in 2006, he was again named in the World Test XI by ICC
Matthew HaydenBiography/Wiki
Full NameMatthew Lawrence Hayden
Nickname(s)Unit, Haydos
ProfessionFormer Australian Cricketer
Matthew HaydenPhysical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 188 cm
in meters- 1.88 m
in feet inches- 6' 2"
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 80 kg
in pounds- 176 lbs
Eye ColourBlue
Hair ColourBrown
Matthew HaydenCricket
International DebutODI- Against England at Old Trafford on 19 May 1993
Test- Against South Africa at The Wanderers Stadium on 4 March, 1994
T20- Against England at The Rose Bowl on 13 June 2005
International RetirementODI- Against India at The Gabba on 4 March 2008
Test- Against South Africa at Sydney Cricket Ground on 3 January 2009
T20- Against India at Brabourne Stadium on 20 October 2007
Jersey Number#28 (Australia)
#28 (IPL, Chennai Super Kings)
Batting StyleLeft-hand
Bowling StyleRight-arm Medium
Domestic/State Team(s)Hampshire, ICC World XI, Warne Warriors, Northamptonshire, Queensland, Chennai Super Kings, Brisbane Heat, Australian Legends XI
Favourite Shot(s)Pull-shot, Walking down the track against Fast Bowlers
Records (main ones) The highest score i.e. 380 runs made by an Australian batsman in a single Test innings against Zimbabwe.
Holds the record of second highest run-getter as an opening batsman with 380 runs in Test matches after West Indies batsman Brian Lara with 400 runs.
Awards, Honours, Achievements Australian Sports Medal on 14 July 2000
Allan Border Medal in 2002
Test Player of the Year Award in 2002
Wisden Cricketer of the Year Award in 2003
His name has been included in 2003 Guinness Book of Records for his remarkable 380 runs in a Single Test Innings against Zimbabwe
ICC ODI player of the year Award in 2007

Member of the Order of Australia in January 2010
Australian Cricket Hall of Fame in 2017
Career Turning PointHis outstanding performance in 2001 Test Series against India, where he scored 549 runs at an average of 109.8 in 3 Test matches.
Matthew HaydenPersonal Life
Date of Birth29 October 1971
Age (as in 2018)46 Years
BirthplaceKingaroy, Queensland, Australia
Zodiac sign/Sun signScorpio
HometownKingaroy, Queensland, Australia
Educational QualificationNot Known
Food HabitNon-Vegetarian
HobbiesCooking, Fishing, Surfing
Controversies In the 2003 New Year Test Match Series against England in Sydney, he smashed a pavilion window in anger, as he wasn't agree with the decision of the umpire to give him out. He was fined for this behaviour.
In 2008 down-under series against India, the popular 'monkey-gate' incident held between Andrew Symonds and Harbhajan Singh, where Matthew Hayden was a witness for the fallout. During this incident, Hayden used some offensive words for Harbhajan Singh. He had to pay a price for this incident; as he was charged for a code of conduct violation by the Australian Cricket Association.
He was criticized by legendary Pakistani cricketer Wasim Akram and BCCI for calling India 'a third world country,' after they didn't win even a single match in a Test match series against India. He said that inordinate delays and ground conditions were responsible for their defeat.
Matthew HaydenRelationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsNot Known
Marriage DateMarch 5, 2005
Matthew HaydenFamily
Wife/SpouseKellie Hayden
Joshua Hayden(2005)
Thomas Joseph(2007)
Daughter- Grace Hayden(2002)
ParentsFather- Laurie Hayden
Mother- Moya Hayden
SiblingsBrother- 1 (Name Not Known) (Elder Brother)
Sister- Not Known
Favourite Things
Favourite CricketerBatsmen- Kane Williamson, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Usman Khawaja, David Warner, AB de Villiers
Bowler(s)- Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath
Favourite Cricket GroundMelbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
Favourite Food(s)Prawn Pita Pizza, Salmon Quiche, Christmas Pudding, Avacado and Mango Salad, Coconut, Passion Fruit
Favourite DestinationMumbai
Matthew HaydenStyle Quotient
Cars CollectionMercedes-Benz GL, Land Cruiser
Matthew HaydenMoney Factor
Net Worth (approx.)?186 Crores ($25 Million)

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