MDP Live - We've seen a lot of how sport can turn a person into a champion. New to this list is Australian cricketer Matthew Wade. Matthew Wade was instrumental in winning Australia in the T20 World Cup.
Wade, considered an Australian hero today, has spoken passionately about his past life.
Talent from childhood
Interested in sports from an early age. At the age of 15 he went on to score hundreds of goals in local competitions. That's when the idea of becoming a cricketer emerged. But then something happened that turned his life upside down.
Suffering from cancer
At the age of 16, he was diagnosed with cancer. Before life continued, his condition was in a dying state. But because it was found at an early stage, he received a series of treatments. There were many changes in his body during the treatment. His family and friends are always encouraging.
Motivation from cricket
It was motivation for himself after being treated for cancer. How cricket wins itself in life. Teach you how to get up if you fall. But, after focusing too much on cricket, he returned to the tough times of his life.
Champion Matthew Wade, 33, is currently playing in the Big Bash League series, and his performance against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup semi-finals marked his turning point in the series. Mathew Vett's story will be uplifting for those who listen.