Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Hayden considering retirement due to prolonged injury

Australian batsman Matthew Hayden is looking very desperate regarding his career due to his prolonged injury and he has started thinking seriously for taking retirement from One-day cricket.

The veteran opener said that he is making all out efforts to overcome his fitness problems.

The Player of the Tournament in the World Cup 2007, Matthew Hayden, is going to be 37 in October.

Suffering from Achilles, Hayden said that he does not want to make any hasty decision for announcing his retirement but if he does not overcome his injury then he can think about leaving cricket.

Hayden has been ruled out of the ODI series against Bangladesh due to his injury.

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