Matthew Hayden keen to help Australia solve batting woes against India

Former opener Matthew Hayden has made himself available for the Australian team after Australia’s poor performance in the second Test against India in Delhi. The legendary batsman is prepared to share his understanding of Indian conditions with the current crop of players to aid them in overcoming Indian spinners.

Matthew Hayden, who is serving as a commentator for the broadcast, is more than willing to support the Australian batters in the strange subcontinental environment. The visiting team that won the Test series in 2004—their last series victory on Indian soil—included the former Australian cricketer. He expressed his desire to assist his countrymen without charging them anything.

the fullest extent possible, atIt goes without saying that I would always be there, day or night, and I’m sure I can speak for anyone else I represent who would have that type of power. When questioned about assisting the Australian players, Hayden told The Age, “Anytime I have been asked to do anything, I’ve always answered yes at whatever time of day.

Teams all over the world are using the experience of former Australian cricketers, as demonstrated by Shreyas Iyer’s close friendship with Ricky Ponting and Matthew Mott’s contribution to England’s victory in the T20 World Cup.

They cannot be alienated. The absolute least you can do if you want the best is show respect.them. If you perform the function of a CA, there ought to be a structure in place that outlines how we obtain intellectual property for our players. It is crucial. You can inquire; the idea is the same. Inquire, and we did. Even though it didn’t happen, building relationships doesn’t take much, the former opener continued.