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Standing My Ground by Matthew Hayden

Publisher : Harper Collins

Quality : Used - Like New  

Pages : 402

Format: Hardcover

Category : Autobiography - All Autobiographies

Goodreads Rating : 3.9/5

Book Summary

Matthew Hayden was one of the most commanding batsmen the game has ever seen – and one of its great enigmas. A devout Catholic, and a ruthless on-field sledger. A brutal enforcer, and a soft-hearted family man. The Australian record-holder for highest score in Tests and One Day Internationals, who was plagued by insecurities.

In Standing My Ground, Hayden confronts these contradictions head-on. He talks frankly about the forces that shaped his journey. He dissects Australia's tactic of verbal warfare and his own role as a key aggressor. This is not a predictable ball-by-ball account of a stellar career. Instead, Hayden delivers a characteristically direct assessment of the matches and the people that mattered most. He opens up on umpires, the media, superstitions, teammates and opponents with disarming honesty and humor.

Here is the superstar batsman, the surfer, fisherman and chef in a book as bold and powerful as the man himself.