Matthew Wade Biography-Wade was born on December 26, 1987, in Hobart. He is the son of Australian Rules footballer Scott Wade, who has played and served in the Victorian Football League (VFL), the Tasmanian Football League (TFL) for Clarence and Hobart. Long tenure as CEO of AFL Tasmania. His grandfather, Michael Wade, served as president of the Hobart Football Club. Wade is the cousin of Collingwood Football Club defender Jeremy Howe.
Matthew Wade Biography
Wade has represented Tasmania in junior cricket and junior football, was co-captain of the Tassi Mariners in the TAC Cup, where he played with future Australian Football League players Sam Lonergan, Grant Burchill and Jack Reeld. He represented Australia in the 2006 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
At age 16, she was diagnosed with testicular cancer,  and received two rounds of chemotherapy before recovering. Wade is color blind. He had problems on the field because of the color of certain cricket balls.
Born 26 December 1987) is an Australian cricketer. He has represented the Australian national team as a wicket-keeper in all three types of international cricket and has played domestic cricket for the Tasmanian cricket team, as well as captaining the team. He played domestic Twenty20 cricket for the Hobart Hurricanes.
In December 2020, Wade captained Australia for the first time in international cricket
Following his success in domestic limited overs cricket, Wade was called up to the Australian squad for the first time in October 2011 for a Twenty20 international against South Africa. In February 2012, he achieved international success as a T20I player against India in Sydney, starting batting and winning the Man of the Match award for 72 off 43 balls.
Following that T20I series, Wade was called up to the Australian ODI team for the 2011-12 Commonwealth Bank Series. He won his Man of the Match award in his debut against India at the Melbourne Cricket Ground with 67 off 69 balls. Throughout the series, he secured his place as Australia’s first-choice limited-overs wicket-keeper and usually started batting.
Wade was part of the Australian team as a limited-overs wicketkeeper on the 2011-12 tour of the West Indies. However, after Test wicketkeeper Brad Haddin returned to the country before the Test match because his daughter was ill, Wade was selected in his place. He made his Test debut in Barbados against the West Indies on 7 April and scored his first Test century (106) in the third Test at Roseau.
Matthew Wade Biography
Wade was selected before Haddin for Australia’s next Test series against South Africa in November 2012,  and Wade was selected for the home series against Sri Lanka and the tour of India until the end of the 2012-13 season. He scored his second Test century of his career in the third Test against Sri Lanka in Sydney.
However, since the 2013 Ashes series, Wade has lost his Test position to Brad Haddin. He retained his position as ODI wicketkeeper for some time, but was eventually dropped from the Australian 2015 Cricket World Cup squad for Haddin. However, after Brad Haddin’s retirement in late 2014-15,
Wade was called up for the ODI and T20 series against England in 2015;  however, Peter lost the Test wicketkeeping position to Neville. Until November 2016, three-and-a-half years after his previous Test match, Wade returned to the Test squad, ahead of struggling Neville for the third Test against South Africa and the next home series against Pakistan. 22]
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