Wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has withdraw from the Australian cricket squad to play Pakistan next month after failing to recover fully from an elbow injury. Tim Paine was named Wednesday as Haddin's replacement by for the two tests against Pakistan to be played in England. Test regular Haddin was included in the 14-man squad, but withdrew after experiencing pain while batting in the nets. Haddin said he consulted a specialist in Sydney who advised him to be patient in his rehabilitation from a tendon injury, similar to tennis elbow. He said he hoped to be fit for Australia's tour to India in October. Australia and Pakistan will play at Lord's beginning July 13 and Headingley from July 21. The matches will be played in England due to security concerns over Pakistan.
By: ARY News