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Australian Rogers to retire after Ashes

  • Opening batsman Chris Rogers confirmed on Tuesday that this week's final Ashes Test at The Oval would be his last for Australia. Rogers believes it is time for Australia to make a few changes and put in new faces in the Test squad.

    The veteran is set to leave the game after enjoying the best individual Test series of his career (currently averaging 62.42 in this campaign) as well as holding a career-high No.9 berth for Test batsmen rankings, ahead of India captain Virat Kohli (10) and England's most prolific-ever batsman Alastair Cook (19). (Source: IANS)