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Is not sure if he will be able to play day-night Test cricket as his colour blindness prevents him from being able to see the pink ball.
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A run-scoring machine in first-class cricket for 15 years, Chris Rogers seemed destined to end his career as a one-Test wonder.
The left-hander had peeled off hundreds for fun in Sheffield Shield and English county cricket for years, but moved into the twilight of his career with just a sole Test, against India in 2008, to his name.
But a weight of runs finally proved too much for selectors to resist and in 2013, the 36-year-old finally achieved his dream of becoming an Ashes tourist.
A maiden Test century followed four matches later and he peeled off another two hundreds in Australia’s Ashes whitewash just months later.
His back-to-the-wall innings of 107 against a rampant Dale Steyn in Port Elizabeth in 2014 again proved his worth, while his ‘odd couple’ partnership with David Warner continued to blossom.
Recently retired opener Chris Rogers reveals why he took to his brand new Baggy Green cap with a pair of scissors on his Test debut against India in 2008
In an exclusive chat with cricket.com.au, Chris Rogers has suggested Adam Voges' late start to his Test career will hold him in good stead and has backed his former teammate to play on for "for a few more years".