Australia’s opening batsman Chris Rogers, who had to leave the field midway during the second innings of the Lord’s Test due to dizziness, is reportedly recovering well for to be available for the third Ashes Test that begins on Wednesday at Edgbaston.
Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers, who retired hurt after experiencing a dizzy spell in the second innings of the second Ashes Test at Lord's, is improving, according to team doctor Peter Brukner.
Steven Smith and Chris Rogers cracked fine centuries and added an unbeaten 259 for the second wicket as Australia made 337 runs for one at stumps on day one of the second Ashes Test against England at Lord’s.
Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers admitted that he was proud to be consistently contributing to the team, having scored seven consecutive fifties, despite missing out on a couple of hundreds in the process.
Injured Australian opening batsman, Chris Rogers, who was ruled out of both the Tests in the ongoing Frank-Worrell trophy after suffering a concussion admitted that the team doctor made the right call in keeping him out of the action.
Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers, who was ruled out of the first Test against West Indies after being hit on the helmet in practice, is uncertain of making a return for the second Test which kicks off on 11th June in Jamaica.
Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers has been ruled out of first Test against West Indies which is scheduled to begin from Wednesday in Dominica after suffering a blow to his helmet during net-practice on Sunday.