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This is a list of the squads picked for the men's 2009 ICC World Twenty20. This was the second ICC World Twenty20 tournament and was held between 5 June and 21 June 2009.

Australia

Australia named their 15-man squad on 5 May 2009. On 4 June 2009 Andrew Symonds was dropped from the team and replaced by Cameron White.

Coach: Tim Nielsen

No. Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team
14 Ricky Ponting (c) 19 December 1974 15 Right Right arm medium Tasmanian Tigers
59 Nathan Bracken 29 December 1977 17 Right Left arm fast medium New South Wales Blues
23 Michael Clarke 2 April 1981 16 Right Slow left arm orthodox New South Wales Blues
58 Brad Haddin 23 October 1977 8 Right Wicket-keeper New South Wales Blues
43 Nathan Hauritz 18 October 1981 1 Right Right arm off break New South Wales Blues
20 Ben Hilfenhaus 15 March 1983 6 Right Right arm fast-medium Tasmanian Tigers
39 James Hopes 24 October 1978 10 Right Right arm medium Queensland Bulls
29 David Hussey 15 July 1977 8 Right Right arm off break Victorian Bushrangers
48 Michael Hussey 27 May 1975 16 Left Right arm medium Western Warriors
25 Mitchell Johnson 2 November 1981 9 Left Left arm fast medium Western Warriors
57 Brett Lee 8 November 1976 14 Right Right arm medium New South Wales Blues
10 Peter Siddle 25 November 1984 1 Right Right arm medium Victorian Bushrangers
31 David Warner 27 October 1986 5 Left Left arm leg break New South Wales Blues
33 Shane Watson 17 June 1981 4 Right Right arm fast medium Queensland Bulls
7 Cameron White 18 August 1983 7 Right Right arm leg break Victorian Bushrangers

Bangladesh

Bangladesh named their 15-man squad on 4 May 2009.

Coach: Jamie Siddons

Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team
Mohammad Ashraful (c) 7 July 1984 - Right Right arm Leg spin Dhaka Division
Shakib Al Hasan 24 March 1987 - Right Slow left arm orthodox Khulna Division
Mithun Ali 13 February 1990 - Right Wicket-keeper Sylhet Division
Raqibul Hasan 8 October 1987 - Right Right arm Leg spin Barisal Division
Rubel Hossain 1 January 1990 - Right Right arm medium Chittagong Division
Shahadat Hossain 7 August 1986 - Right Right arm fast-medium Dhaka Division
Tamim Iqbal 20 March 1989 - Left - Chittagong Division
Naeem Islam 31 December 1986 - Right - Rajshahi Division
Mashrafe Mortaza 5 October 1983 - Right Right arm fast-medium Khulna Division
Mahmudullah 4 February 1986 - Right Right arm Off spin Dhaka Division
Mushfiqur Rahim 1 September 1988 - Right Wicket-keeper Rajshahi Division
Shamsur Rahman June 5, 1988 - Right - Dhaka Division
Syed Rasel 3 July 1984 - Left Left arm fast-medium Khulna Division
Abdur Razzak 15 June 1982 - Left Slow left arm orthodox Khulna Division
Junaid Siddique 30 October 198 - Left Right arm Off break Rajshahi Division

England

England named their 15-man squad on 1 May 2009.

Coach: Andy Flower

No. Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team
5 Paul Collingwood (c) 26 May 1976 15 Right Right arm medium Durham Dynamos
9 James Anderson 30 July 1982 11 Left Right arm fast-medium Lancashire Lightning
42 Ravi Bopara 4 May 1985 2 Right Right arm medium Essex Eagles
8 Stuart Broad 24 June 1986 12 Left Right arm fast-medium Nottinghamshire Outlaws
15 James Foster 15 April 1980 0 Right Wicket-keeper Essex Eagles
35 Robert Key 12 May 1979 0 Right Right arm off break Kent Spitfires
32 Dimitri Mascarenhas 30 October 1977 11 Right Right arm medium Hampshire Hawks
Otago Volts
39 Eoin Morgan 10 September 1986 0 Left Right arm medium
Wicket-keeper
Middlesex Panthers
48 Graham Napier 6 January 1980 0 Right Right arm fast-medium Essex Eagles
24 Kevin Pietersen 27 June 1980 15 Right Right arm off break Hampshire Hawks
95 Adil Rashid 17 February 1988 0 Right Right arm leg break Yorkshire Carnegie
3 Owais Shah 22 October 1978 11 Right Right arm off break Middlesex Panthers
78 Ryan Sidebottom 15 January 1978 4 Left Left arm fast medium Nottinghamshire Outlaws
66 Graeme Swann 24 March 1979 3 Right Right arm off break Nottinghamshire Outlaws
45 Luke Wright 7 March 1985 8 Right Right arm medium-fast Sussex Sharks

India

India named their 15-man squad on 4 May 2009. On 9 June 2009, the injured Virender Sehwag was replaced by Dinesh Karthik.

Coach: Gary Kirsten

No. Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team / IPL team
7 Mahendra Singh Dhoni (c) 7 July 1981 13 Right Wicket-keeper Jharkand / Chennai Super Kings
5 Gautam Gambhir 14 October 1981 12 Left Right arm leg break Delhi / Delhi Daredevils
84 Ravindra Jadeja 6 December 1988 2 Left Slow left arm orthodox Saurashtra]] / Rajasthan Royals
34 Zaheer Khan 7 October 1978 4 Right Left arm fast medium Mumbai / Mumbai Indians
8 Praveen Kumar 2 October 1986 1 Right Right arm medium-fast Uttar Pradesh / Royal Challengers Bangalore
30 Pragyan Ojha 5 September 1986 0 Left Slow left arm orthodox Hyderabad / Deccan Chargers
63 Irfan Pathan 27 October 1984 13 Left Left arm medium-fast Baroda / Kings XI Punjab
28 Yusuf Pathan 17 November 1982 4 Right Right arm off break Baroda / Rajasthan Royals
48 Suresh Raina 27 November 1986 4 Left Right arm off break Uttar Pradesh / Chennai Super Kings
46 Virender Sehwag 20 October 1978 - Right Right arm off break Delhi / Delhi Daredevils
29 Ishant Sharma 2 September 1988 4 Right Right arm fast-medium Delhi / Kolkata Knight Riders
45 Rohit Sharma 30 April 1987 8 Right Right arm off break Mumbai / Deccan Chargers
3 Harbhajan Singh 3 July 1980 12 Right Right arm off break Punjab / Mumbai Indians
9 Rudra Pratap Singh 6 December 1985 8 Right Left arm fast medium Uttar Pradesh / Deccan Chargers
12 Yuvraj Singh 12 December 1981 10 Left Slow left arm orthodox Punjab / Kings XI Punjab
Replacement players
1 Dinesh Karthik 1 June 1985 6 Right Wicket-keeper Tamil Nadu / Delhi Daredevils

Ireland

Coach: Phil Simmons

Player Date of Birth Batting Bowling style First class team
William Porterfield (c) 6 September 1984 Left N/A Gloucestershire Gladiators
Andre Botha 12 September 1975 Left Right arm medium N/A
Jeremy Bray 30 November 1973 Left - N/A
Peter Connell 13 August 1981 Right Right arm medium-fast N/A
Alex Cusack 29 October 1980 Right Right arm medium-fast N/A
Trent Johnston 29 April 1974 Right Right arm fast-medium N/A
Kyle McCallan 27 August 1975 Right Right arm off break N/A
John Mooney 10 February 1982 Left Right arm medium N/A
Kevin O'Brien 4 March 1984 Right Right arm medium-fast Nottinghamshire Outlaws
Niall O'Brien 8 November 1981 Left Wicket-keeper Northants Steelbacks
Boyd Rankin 5 July 1984 Left Right arm fast medium Warwickshire Bears
Paul Stirling 3 September 1990 Right Right arm off break N/A
Regan West 27 April 1979 Left Left arm fast medium N/A
Andrew White 3 July 1980 Right Right arm off break N/A
Gary Wilson 5 February 1986 Left Wicket-keeper Surrey Brown Caps

Netherlands

Coach: Peter Drinnen

Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team
Jeroen Smits (c) 21 June 1972 4 Right Wicket-keeper HCC Den Haag
Peter Borren 21 August 1983 4 Right Right arm medium VRA Amsterdam
Mudassar Bukhari 26 December 1983 4 Right Right arm medium-fast N/A
Tom de Grooth 14 May 1979 4 Right Right arm off break HCC Den Haag
Maurits Jonkman 20 March 1986 0 Right Right arm medium N/A
Alexei Kervezee 11 September 1989 0 Right Right arm medium Worcestershire Royals
Dirk Nannes 16 May 1976 0 Right Left arm medium Victorian Bushrangers
Ruud Nijman 15 June 1982 0 Right Right arm medium-fast N/A
Darron Reekers 26 May 1973 4 Right Right arm medium Quick Den Haag
Edgar Schiferli 17 May 1976 4 Left Right arm medium-fast Quick Den Haag
Pieter Seelaar 2 July 1987 3 Right Slow left arm orthodox Hermes DVS
Daan van Bunge 19 October 1982 4 Right Right arm leg break Voorburg CC
Bas Zuiderent 3 March 1977 0 Right Right arm medium VOC Rotterdam
Ryan ten Doeschate 30 June 1980 3 Right Right arm medium-fast Essex Eagles
Eric Szwarczynski 13 February 1983 4 Left - VRA Amsterdam

New Zealand

New Zealand named their 15-man squad on 7 April 2009. On 11 June 2009, Aaron Redmond was called up to cover for the injured Jesse Ryder.

Coach: Andy Moles

No. Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team
11 Daniel Vettori (c) 27 January 1979 14 Left Slow left arm orthodox Northern Districts Knights
4 Neil Broom 20 November 1983 3 Right Right arm medium Otago Volts
2 Ian Butler 24 November 1981 3 Right Right arm fast Otago Volts
51 Brendon Diamanti 30 April 1981 0 Right Right arm medium-fast Central Districts Stags
70 James Franklin 7 November 1980 6 Left Left arm fast-medium Wellington Firebirds
31 Martin Guptill 30 September 1986 3 Right Right arm off break Auckland Aces
42 Brendon McCullum 27 September 1981 21 Right Wicket-keeper Otago Volts
15 Nathan McCullum 1 September 1980 4 Right Right arm off break Otago Volts
21 Peter McGlashan 22 June 1979 2 Right Wicket-keeper Central Districts Stags
37 Kyle Mills 15 March 1979 9 Right Right arm fast-medium Auckland Aces
75 Iain O'Brien 10 July 1976 3 Right Right arm fast-medium Wellington Firebirds
24 Jacob Oram 28 July 1978 13 Left Right arm fast-medium Central Districts Stags
77 Jesse Ryder 6 August 1984 6 Left Right arm medium Wellington Firebirds
56 Scott Styris 10 July 1975 15 Right Right arm medium Auckland Aces
3 Ross Taylor 8 March 1984 17 Right Right arm off break Central Districts Stags
Replacement players
- Aaron Redmond 23 September 1979 0 Right Right arm leg break Otago Volts

Pakistan

Pakistan named their 15-man squad on 4 May 2009. On 21 May 2009, Shoaib Akhtar was withdrawn and replaced by Rao Iftikhar Anjum. During the tournament, Abdul Razzaq was called up to replace the injured Yasir Arafat on 10 June 2009.

Coach: Intikhab Alam

No. Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team
75 Younus Khan (c) 29 November 1977 15 Right Right arm medium Peshawar Panthers
93 Ahmed Shehzad 23 November 1991 1 Right Right arm leg break Lahore Lions
28 Fawad Alam 8 October 1985 7 Left Slow left arm orthodox Karachi Dolphins
21 Iftikhar Anjum 1 December 1980 1 Right Right arm medium Islamabad Leopards
23 Kamran Akmal 13 January 1982 17 Right Wicket-keeper Lahore Lions
22 Misbah-ul-Haq 28 May 1974 15 Right Right arm leg break Faisalabad Wolves
90 Mohammad Aamer 13 April 1992 0 Left Left arm fast-medium Rawalpindi Rams
50 Saeed Ajmal 14 October 1977 1 Right Right arm off break Faisalabad Wolves
1 Salman Butt 7 October 1984 13 Left Right arm off break Lahore Lions
10 Shahid Afridi 1 March 1980 16 Right Right arm leg break Karachi Dolphins
94 Shahzaib Hasan 25 December 1989 0 Right Right arm off break Karachi Zebras
51 Shoaib Malik 1 February 1982 17 Right Right arm off break Sialkot Stallions
09 Sohail Tanvir 12 December 1984 11 Left Left arm fast-medium Rawalpindi Rams
55 Umar Gul 14 April 1984 14 Right Right arm fast-medium Peshawar Panthers
24 Yasir Arafat 12 March 1982 4 Right Right arm medium Rawalpindi Rams
Replacement players
12 Abdul Razzaq 2 December 1979 2 Right Right arm fast-medium Lahore Lions

South Africa

South Africa named their 15-man squad on 4 May 2009.

Coach: Mickey Arthur

No. Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team
15 Graeme Smith (c) 1 February 1981 12 Left Right arm off break Cape Cobras
29 Yusuf Abdulla 17 January 1983 1 Left Left arm fast-medium Dolphins
22 Johan Botha 2 May 1982 9 Right Right arm off break Warriors
9 Mark Boucher 3 December 1976 13 Right Wicket-keeper Warriors
17 AB de Villiers 17 February 1984 15 Right Right arm medium/Wicket-keeper Titans
21 JP Duminy 14 April 1984 10 Left Right arm off break Cape Cobras
09 Herschelle Gibbs 23 February 1974 14 Right Right arm leg break Cape Cobras
3 Jacques Kallis 16 October 1975 4 Right Right arm fast-medium Warriors
81 Albie Morkel 10 June 1981 16 Left Right arm medium-fast Titans
65 Morne Morkel 6 October 1984 8 Left Right arm fast Titans
23 Justin Ontong 4 January 1980 3 Right Right arm off break Cape Cobras
36 Wayne Parnell 30 July 1989 2 Left Left arm medium-fast Warriors
13 Robin Peterson 4 August 1979 5 Left Slow left arm orthodox Cape Cobras
8 Dale Steyn 27 June 1983 6 Right Right arm fast Titans
52 Roelof van der Merwe 31 December 1984 1 Right Slow left arm orthodox Titans

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka named their 15-man squad on 4 May 2009.

Coach: Trevor Bayliss

No. Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team
11 Kumar Sangakkara (c) 27 October 1977 8 Left Wicket-keeper Kandurata
10 Indika de Saram 2 September 1973 1 Right Right arm off break/Wicket-keeper Ruhuna
23 Tillakaratne Dilshan 14 October 1976 13 Right Right arm off break Basnahira Dakuna
07 Sanath Jayasuriya 30 June 1969 12 Left Slow left arm orthodox Ruhuna
27 Mahela Jayawardene 27 May 1977 12 Right Right arm medium Wayamba
92 Nuwan Kulasekara 22 July 1982 2 Right Right arm medium Basnahira Utura
28 Farveez Maharoof 7 September 1984 7 Right Right arm fast-medium Wayamba
99 Lasith Malinga 28 August 1983 9 Right Right arm fast Ruhuna
69 Angelo Mathews 2 June 1987 1 Right Right arm fast-medium Basnahira Utura
40 Ajantha Mendis 11 March 1985 4 Right Right arm off break, Right arm leg break Wayamba
42 Jehan Mubarak 10 January 1981 10 Left Right arm off break Wayamba
08 Muttiah Muralitharan 17 April 1972 2 Right Right arm off break Kandurata
05 Chamara Silva 14 December 1979 9 Right Right arm leg break Basnahira Dakuna
97 Thilan Thushara 1 March 1981 4 Left Left arm fast-medium Kandurata
61 Isuru Udana 17 February 1988 1 Right Left arm medium-fast Wayamba

West Indies

West Indies named their 15-man squad on 9 May 2009.[1]

Coach: John Dyson

No. Player Date of Birth T20s Batting Bowling style First class team
45 Chris Gayle (c) 21 September 1979 7 Left Right arm off break Jamaica
44 Lionel Baker 6 September 1984 3 Left Right arm medium fast Leeward Islands
62 Sulieman Benn 22 July 1981 4 Left Slow left arm orthodox Barbados
08 Dave Bernard Jnr. 19 July 1981 0 Right Right arm medium fast Jamaica
47 Dwayne Bravo 7 October 1983 9 Right Right arm medium fast Trinidad and Tobago
06 Shivnarine Chanderpaul 16 August 1974 9 Left Right arm leg break Guyana
Durham Dynamos
20 Fidel Edwards 6 February 1982 8 Right Right arm fast Barbados
72 Andre Fletcher 28 November 1987 2 Right Right arm medium fast Windward Islands
10 Xavier Marshall 27 March 1986 3 Right Right arm off break Jamaica
55 Kieron Pollard 21 May 1987 4 Right Right arm medium fast Trinidad and Tobago
80 Denesh Ramdin 13 March 1985 10 Right Wicket-keeper Trinidad and Tobago
88 Darren Sammy 20 December 1983 6 Right Right arm fast medium Windward Islands
53 Ramnaresh Sarwan 23 June 1980 5 Right Right arm leg break Guyana
54 Lendl Simmons 25 January 1985 2 Right Right arm medium fast/Wicket-keeper Trinidad and Tobago
75 Jerome Taylor 22 June 1984 6 Right Right arm fast Jamaica

Scotland

In July 2008 Zimbabwe, under pressure from South Africa and England over political matters related to Robert Mugabe, pulled out of the tournament of their own volition, creating an additional (third) space for an associate nation. Scotland won the third place playoff to qualify.



Kyle Coetzer
Gavin Hamilton (c)
Neil McCallum
Navdeep Poonia
Fraster Watts
Ryan Watson
Majid Haq
Jan Stander
Craig Wright
Colin Smith (wk)
John Blain
Gordon Drummond
Richie Berrington
Glenn Rogers
Dewald Nel



References

  1. Xavier Marshall recalled for World Twenty20, from Cricinfo, 5 June 2009. Accessed 2009-06-13. Archived 2009-06-24.

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