Matthew Wade is an Australian international cricketer. He was born as Matthew Scott Wade on December 26, 1987, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Wade is a wicket-keeper left-hand batsman and a right-arm medium fast bowler. Wadey is the nickname of Matthew Wade.
Wade represented Australia national team as a wicketkeeper in all three formats of international cricket Test, One-Day International, and T20 International.
Matthew made his first-class debut for the Tasmanian cricket team and his List A cricket for Tasmania Tigers in Ford Ranger One Day Cup during season 2006-07.
Notable Performances & Records
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International Cricket Career
Wade scored his maiden first-class century during 2008-09 in Sheffield Shield season 2008-09 against Queensland. He was suspended in the Sheffield Shield season 2015 for pitch tampering. Wade is color blind so he has suffered difficulties on the field.
He was diagnosed with testicular cancer at the age of 16, he received two rounds of chemotherapy before he was cleared of the disease.
Wade scored his maiden Test century by scoring 106 runs against West Indies at Roseau on April 7, 2012. He also scored his second Test century in the third Test against the West Indies in Sydney.
Matthew wade played BBL and IPL for different teams. Wade played for Melbourne Renegades and Hobart Hurricanes in Big Bash League.
Wade represented Delhi Daredevils for 3 times. He made plays in KFC Big Bash League a domestic T20 cricket for Hobart Hurricanes.
Wade made his debut for Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League during IPL season 2011, 2012 and 2013 season.
Matthew Wade ICC Rankings, International & First Class Career Stats
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Matthew Wade Profile, Cricket Debut, Major Teams & Social Profiles
|Full Name||Matthew Scott Wade|
|Date of Birth||December 26, 1987, Hobart, Tasmania|
|Current Age||31 Years|
|Height||170 cm (5 ft 7)|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm medium|
|Test Debut||7 April 2012 v West Indies (Cap-428)|
|ODI Debut||5 February 2012 v India (Cap-192)|
|T20 Debut||13 October 2011 v South Africa|
|Last Test||4 September 2017 v Bangladesh|
|Last ODI||1 October 2017 v India|
|Last T20||9 September 2016 v Sri Lanka|
|Major Teams||Australia, Australia A, Australia Under-19s, Australian Centre of Excellence, Australian Institute of Sports, Clarence, Hobart Hurricanes, Melbourne Renegades, Melbourne Stars, Tasmania, Tasmania Institute of Sport, Tasmania Second XI, Tasmania Under-17s, Tasmania Under-19s, Tasmania Under-19s, Victoria, Warwickshire and Delhi Daredevils.|