Chris Rogers announced as Australia's high performance coach
Melbourne, March 14 (CRICKETNMORE) - Former Test opener Chris Rogers has been appointed Cricket Australia's (CA) new high-performance coach to develop future stars.
The 40-year-old retired after playing 25 Tests and scoring 2015 runs with five Test centuries at an average of 42.87. He bowed out of Test cricket at The Oval in 2015.
Since then Rogers has been involved in multiple coaching roles and been a commentator on ABC radio.