Haddin calls it a day

Haddin celebrates after taking a catch to dismiss England's Jos Buttler during their Cricket World Cup pool A match in Melbourne, Australia, on February 14, 2015. Photo: AP
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Haddin and Shane Watson... their retirements in quick succession has left a huge gap to fill for Australia. Photo: REUTERS
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Brad Haddin... family is his priority now. Photo: Getty Images
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Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin announces his retirement at the Sydney Cricket Ground on September 9, 2015. Photo: REUTERS
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Haddin holds his daughter Mia, as he walks onto the field at the Sydney Cricket Ground with his Wife, Karina, left, and sons Hugo (second left) and Zac. Photo: AP
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The 37-year-old Haddin, who didn't make his Test debut until he was 30, played 66 Tests, scoring 3,266 runs at an average of 32.98. Photo: AP
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Haddin is congratulated by his New South Wales teammates. Photo: REUTERS
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Haddin calls it time. Photo: REUTERS
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