Matthew Hayden: News

Born on October 29, 1971, Matthew Hayden, who is now a cricket commentator, is a former Australian cricketer. The career of this powerful and aggressive cricketer spanned 15 years. Hayden, who is known to score quickly at both Test and One Day levels, was a left-handed opening batsman. He has also scored the highest runs made by an Australian team’s opening batsman in Tests. He is also widely known to have formed the most prolific opening partnerships in world Test cricket for Australia with Justin Langer as well as in ODI cricket with Adam Gilchrist. In September 2012, Hayden announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, and by 2017, he was inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame. He was selected for the role of Batting Coach of Pakistan for the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in September 2021.

10 Mar 2023

Usman Khawaja

Usman Khawaja records Australia's third-highest Test score in India: Stats 

Usman Khawaja played a marathon knock in Australia's first innings in the ongoing fourth and final Test against India.

09 Sep 2022

Pakistan Cricket Team

T20 World Cup: Matthew Hayden returns as Pakistan team mentor

Matthew Hayden has been announced as Pakistan's team mentor for the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup, starting next month.

Virender Sehwag turns 42: A look at his monumental records

One of the greatest cricketers in world cricket, Virender Sehwag, turned 42 on Tuesday.

Happy Birthday Andrew Symonds: His top five knocks

Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds turned 45 on Tuesday.

Happy Birthday Brian Lara: His top five Test innings

The Caribbean batting maestro Brain Lara turned 51 on Saturday.

#ThisDayThatYear: Brain Lara breaks Sir Garfield Sobers' 36-year-old record

On 18 April 1994, Brian Lara entered the record books by owning the then-highest individual score in Test cricket.

13 Apr 2020


Matthew Hayden reveals two memorable moments of his IPL career

Former Australian opener Matthew Hayden was deemed as the most ferocious opener of his era.

Here's the complete list of commentators for IPL 11

The 11th edition of the Indian Premier League is all set to kick off on Saturday, with Mumbai Indians hosting MS Dhoni's returning Chennai Super Kings.

19 Oct 2016

Simon Katich

I don't think my language was appropriate to Katich: Clarke

Michael Clarke came clean about an argument he had with Simon Katich in an interview before launch of his autobiography.