Ryan Harris and Brad Haddin will colleague Australia’s coaching staff for the Chappell-Hadlee Series in New Zealand to come when-door year, behind batting coach Graeme Hick and bowling coach David Saker on the other hand up to India ahead of times to prepare for Australia’s four-Test tour.
Australia produce an effect three ODIs in New Zealand from January 30 to February 5, and the first Test neighboring door to India begins in Pune upon February 23. Head coach Darren Lehmann will be taking into account the one-daylight squad in New Zealand but Hick and Saker will be part of an abet party to India subsequent to their focus upon the longer form of the game.
Harris, who retired upon the eve of the 2015 Ashes series, will minister to as bowling coach, having back performed that undertaking during this year’s one-day tour of South Africa. Haddin, whose qualified retirement was announced in September last year, will support as a fielding mentor during the New Zealand trip, having furthermore coached during this winter’s Australia A series.
“It’s a fabulous opportunity for us to have ex-players of the calibre of Brad and Ryan upon board for this tour and continue their involvement in Australian cricket,” Lehmann said. “Both these guys have worked hard vis–vis their coaching back disappearance the game and sufficiently deserve their opportunity
Haddin said: “It is going to be satisfying to be before now taking place in Australian colours behind again, albeit as allocation of the coaching charity . I adequately enjoyed my time alive considering Australia A in Townsville recently and am grateful that coaching has final me the opportunity to remain busy in cricket.
Harris said: “South Africa was a enjoyable learning experience for me and it was fabulous to be foster considering the team option period. Coaching is something I in fact enjoy and to be alert to continue to be full of zip taking into account the Australian team is something I can’t wait to be a portion of again.”