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Australian batsman Chris Rogers announce retirement

Australian batsman Chris Rogers announce retirement

Australian batsman announce that after ashes 2015 he will retire from test cricket, 37 years Chris Rogers will retire after ashes continue in this month which will be his 25th test.

Rogers said that he enjoys his game for 2 years, but everything has its end. Rogers make 1972 runs in test cricket with average of 42.86; he also played in different counties in England.

Recently ashes playing in England he is the highest scorer batsman from Australia, he make 437 runs with the average of 62.42.

Australian batsman Chris Rogers announce retirement
Remember that Australian Skipper Michael Clarke also announce his retirement and said that 5th test of ashes series against England will be the last match of his career.

Rogers played his first match against India in 2008; he did not more than 20 runs in both innings after that he did not get any chance.

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After 5 years in 2013 he gives good performance from Middlesex he is again selected for ashes as an opener. He did 3 century score in that ashes series and Australia win series with white wash of 5-0.

Chris Rogers did 7 half centuries of his initial record of this year, However he could not play series against West Indies due to injury.

He said, you are not sure about 100%, I am feeling happy to announce retirement. People said to me when the right time come you will analyze that and I think this is the right time, Rogers added.

Updated: Aug 18, 2015 — 1:39 pm

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