In August 2003 he surpassed his own Northamptonshire record, when he scored 331 not out against Somerset at Taunton. In the second test he made 142 and took two wickets, including a vital one in Kumar Sangakkara, and took a spectacular one-handed full length diving catch in the gully and also being rewarded with the Man of the Match honour. Official Broadcaster. Hussey was a relative latecomer to both the one-day international and Test Australian teams, debuting at 28 and 30 years of age in the respective formats, with 15,313 first-class runs before making his Test debut. Matthew Hussey is the world’s leading dating advice expert for women. Hussey had also come second overall in the Allan Border medal his first year in international cricket.  Prior to his entry into first-class cricket, Hussey studied to become a science teacher. In the second Test of the 2006–07 Ashes, Hussey made 91 before he was bowled (playing on) by Matthew Hoggard and fell nine runs short of his fifth Test century. Hussey started the 2012/13 Australian summer well with a century against South Africa in the first test. His extensive training has allowed him to treat all complex problems, ranging from sports injuries to arthritis.
In the first test, he scored a magnificent 195, his highest test score, in a partnership of 307 with Brad Haddin, the highest partnership ever at the Gabba, later broken by Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott in the next innings; the test ended in a draw.
He has repeatedly stated that he dislikes the nickname finding it "a bit embarrassing". May 27, 1975, Mt Lawley, Perth, Western Australia, Major teams Australia, Chennai Super Kings, Durham, Gloucestershire, Mumbai Indians, Northamptonshire, St Lucia Zouks, Sydney Thunder, Western Australia. Although not as attractive as left-handed bat... A late bloomer to international cricket, Mike Hussey was one of the pillars of Australia's batting during their transition phase post Waugh era. In the following match of the Warne-Muralitharan Trophy, Hussey scored his seventh Test century with a score of 132 and following it up in the second innings with 34 not out. He ended up not out on 145, before Ponting declared. Debuts as an opener for Western Australia. 4,198 00:26 22 May 15.
Hussey debuted for the Australian One-day team against India on 1 February 2004 at his home WACA ground in Perth. Dhoni deserves to go out on his own terms: Hussey . Sep 01 2017 . While his batting template was destined to work for limited-overs cricket, it's his Test achievements that defined Hussey as the batsman more through his career. He played for Perth Scorchers in the Big Bash League from 2011 to 2013, before moving to Sydney Thunder, with whom he won the title in January 2016. He played his final Test at the Sydney Cricket Ground, the last of Australia's three match series against Sri Lanka. Prior to the 2010/11 Ashes series, Hussey was experiencing poor form in the warm-up games and many were speculating that he should be dropped, but he was not. Hussey continued his remarkable batting with tail-enders against Bangladesh in their Spring 2006 2-Test series when he and Jason Gillespie (as a nightwatchman) put together a 320-run partnership, with Hussey making a then career-best 182.
Official Partners. In February 2016, St Lucia Zouks acquired his services for a season when they signed him for USD 90,000 at the CPL draft. He was also part of a record-breaking fourth-wicket partnership with Clarke. His doggedness at the crease created perceptions of his inability to stay in tune with the T20 format, but he busted the myth in a freak innings - an unbeaten 24-ball 60 in which he razed down 18 needed off the last over, bowled by Saeed Ajmal, to take Australia into the 2010 World T20 final. Find out more in our, New Zealand Women tour of Australia, 2020, vs West Indies at The Gabba, Nov 03, 2005, vs Sri Lanka at Sydney Cricket Ground, Jan 03, 2013, vs India at W.A.C.A. Hussey goes from the solid to downright spectacular", "Highest Partnership for Each Wicket in ODIs", "Mike Hussey called up to Australia's World Cup squad after injury", "Australia vs India – ODI Match 7, Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba), Brisbane, Australia, Sun, 19 Feb 2012", 2nd Test: Australia v South Africa at Adelaide, Nov 22–26, 2012 | Cricket Scorecard, "That's it Mike, you've done it once again", Worn down Hussey won't play in IPL | Cricket News | South Africa v Australia 2008–09, Chennai boosted by Aussie arrivals | Cricket News | Indian Premier League 2010, CLT20 2010: Chennai pip Warriors, both make semi-finals | Warriors v Chennai, CLT20 2010, Port Elizabeth Report | Cricket News, "Michael Hussey appointed CSK batting coach", "England tour of Australia, 2010/11 – Australia v England Scorecard", "DLF Cup, 2006/07 - Australia v West Indies Scorecard", "ICC World Twenty20, 2010 - 2nd Semi Final - Australia v Pakistan Scorecard", "Frizzell County Championship Division Two, 2003 - Somerset v Northamptonshire Scorecard", "National Cricket League Division Two, 2003 - Northamptonshire v Scotland Scorecard", "Indian Premier League, 2007/08 - Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings Scorecard", BBC SPORT | Cricket | Counties | Northamptonshire | Mike Hussey Q&A, "Truth behind Hussey's retirement secret", "Mike Hussey says `loved to bat` against James Anderson", "Gurunath Meiyappan ran CSK, says Michael Hussey", "World T20: Michael Hussey to join Australia as consultant", "Hussey starts new role with the Thunder", "Michael Hussey appointed as CSK batting coach", "Ultimate Lifestyle Lottery ambassador Mike Hussey speaks to Nathan, Nat and Shaun on Nova", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Michael_Hussey&oldid=983893070, Australia One Day International cricketers, Australia Twenty20 International cricketers, Sportspeople from Perth, Western Australia, Articles with dead external links from October 2010, Articles with dead external links from September 2018, Articles with permanently dead external links, Short description is different from Wikidata, Use Australian English from September 2012, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 16 October 2020, at 21:48. , In the 2010 Champions League Twenty20, Michael Hussey replaced Matthew Hayden and opened the innings for the side along with Murali Vijay.
Hussey due to national duties was unable to play the second edition of the Indian Premier League.