Haddin says winning Ashes at top of his cricket bucket list
Sydney: Australian wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has said that he knows the pain of an Ashes defeat and winning the series again is at the top of his cricket bucket list.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the gloveman has set him self a goal of playing on until the 2015 World Cup in Australia but on Tuesday made clear that his primary goal was to win an Ashes series.
He said that from his point of view it would be his last crack at an Ashes campaign, and so he is very excited about the campaign.
It was in the previous home Ashes, in Brisbane, that Haddin scored his most recent Test century, and he is one of six survivors from that final match in Sydney three summers ago when England finished off an historic 3-1 win and the jubilant tunes of the Barmy Army drowned the SCG, the report said.
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