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The 50-year-old Australian actor revealed Michael would relentlessly joke call him in hotel rooms, right?” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAustralia wicket-keeper Brad Haddin has insisted there will be no changes in his on-field approach despite calls for an end to ‘sledging’ during the upcoming Ashes series against England Ahead of next week’s first Test in Cardiff England paceman James Anderson has contrasted the sporting atmosphere which prevailed during his side’s recent series with New Zealand to the bitterness of the last Ashes campaign which Australia won 5-0 on home soil in 2013/14 and urged an end to‘sledging’ or verbal abuse of opposition players on the field But Haddin much criticised for the way in which he gave departing New Zealand batsmen ‘send-offs’ during Australia’s World Cup final victory in Melbourne in March was quick to point out that Anderson himself had not been shy of dishing out the ‘verbals’ during previous Ashes campaigns “They start half of it What about Jimmy Anderson He has called for peace hasn’t he He better look at himself in the mirror” said Haddin in the build-up to Australia’s four-day tour match against Essex in Chelmsford starting Wednesday “I have never played in an Ashes campaign where things have got out of hand this one will be no different” said the 37-year-old Haddin a veteran of 65 Tests “The tradition of the urn deserves that to play the brand of cricket we play and England play We have not won (an Ashes series) here (England) for 14 years now The Ashes will be played in the great spirit (they) always have (been) but it will be contested” Haddin also said thought of Australia adopting the approach of New Zealand who have long since abandoned ‘sledging’ was a non-starter “We are not New Zealand We won the World Cup final We will play the way we play which works for us and if you like it you like it” he said The forthcoming five-Test series will be England’s first under Australian coach Trevor Bayliss someone Haddin knows well from their time together at New South Wales and in the Big Bash League with the Sydney Sixers Haddin believes Bayliss will do a good job for England just as he did while coaching Sri Lanka from 2007-2011 “Trevor has had a massive influence on my career It first started as captain as New South Wales he gave me the chance to do that” said Haddin “He is a great person and takes a lot of the anxiety out of the changing room and gets cricketers enjoying the game will never rant and rave is pretty even tempered He is a really good appointment and the bottom line with Trevor is he is a good man” Meanwhile Haddin said he had no qualms about one of his compatriots being in charge of the ‘old enemy’ “No I could not care less” he said “Trevor is a career coach he has had some wonderful success with Sri Lanka and New South Wales everywhere he has been That is no different to players who want to test themselves at the highest level I called him to congratulate him on his role and said ‘I will talk to you after the fifth Test’” Haddin added: “Ashes campaigns are totally different beasts to any other cricket but no matter what has happened on the pitch with the result at the end of the fifth Test the doors of both changing rooms have been opened and that has happened ever since I have been involved We will all share a beer with him and maybe he might buy one now he has some pounds” Recommend this story: TAGS: Ashes Australia Brad Haddin cricketBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Chennai | Published: October 1 2014 4:03 pm “Madras” comes after Karthi’s four back-to-back duds Related News Actor Karthi is a relieved man now that his recent Tamil release “Madras” has been raved by audiences and critics alike He says he always tries to pick good films but admits that some of them don’t work in his favour “I have been receiving calls from all quarters since the release of ‘Madras’ I need to thank audiences for believing in me and making this film successful” Karthi told IANS “Madras” comes after Karthi’s four back-to-back duds “I always try and do good films Who would want to do a bad film It’s just that not all films work in my favour and I’m fine with it” he added P Ranjith-directed “Madras” was appreciated for its realistic portrayal of life in north Madras It also features Catherine Tresa and Kalaiarasan Harikrishnan in important roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Belgium | Updated: June 23 2015 10:42 pm India had launched their campaign with a 3-2 victory over France on the opening day (Source: File) Related News India produced amuch-improved show than their opening match as they post afacile 3-0 victory over Poland to notch up their secondconsecutive win in the Hockey World League semis Walmiki brothers Yuvraj (23rd minute) and Devinder(52nd) got their names on the scoresheet with flash goals andcaptain Sardar Singh (41st) sounded the boards with a firmreverse drive to secure India’s win at the KHC DragonsStadium India had launched their campaign with a 3-2 victory overFrance on the opening day Breezy conditions and 16 degree Celsius temperatureseemed to be to Poland’s liking and they did well to frustratethe Indian strikers in the first session not allowing them adecent look at the goal Crowding their defence the Polish players were able tofrustrate the Indian strikers for long and in turn banked onlong-passes from their territory to build up some briskcounters But in the end the Indians found ways to break downthe crowded Polish defence to pump in three goals It was Poland who earned the first penalty corner in the20th minute but captain Pawel Bratkowski’s rising drag flickwas palmed away by goalkeeper P R Sreejesh Yuvraj opened the scoring for India as he capitalised ona lucky break in the 23rd minute when a long diagonal balldeflected towards him off a defender’s stick and he made nomistake in flicking it past the hapless goalkeeper India impressed little with their three penalty cornersin the absence of Rupinder Singh who is recuperating from aninjury suffered in the warm-up matches here Sardar increased the lead in the 41st minute with astinging reverse drive from the top of the scoring circle intothe left corner of the goal Devindar Walmiki then scored his second goal insuccessive matches in his debut tournament by deflecting in adiagonal ball from Chinglensana Singh in the 52nd minutes Earlier in a Pool B fixture Ireland rallied from atwo-goal deficit in the first quarter to secure a 2-2 drawagainst Great Britain Ireland who narrowly missed qualifying for the 2012Olympic Games showed a lot of resolve in earning a point inthe first outing of this World League Semifinals Britain were two goals ahead by the eighth minute of playwith field strikes from captain Barry Middleton (5th minute)and Iain Lewers (8th) before the Irish hit back Kyle Good’s 19th-minute strike in open play was followedby John Jackson firing the equaliser in six minutes into thesecond session Britain have now drawn both their matches having earlierheld Belgium 2-2 on the opening day For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News

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