Alison Mitchell gets up close and personal
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'I view all my Test cricket as a bonus'

Australian batsman Chris Rogers talks about getting the baggy green towards the end of his career, playing in England and Australia, and his favourite dressing room (18:28)

May 1, 2014

Posted by   on (May 2, 2014, 16:20 GMT)

I must be missing something, she cannot interview.

Posted by   on (May 2, 2014, 15:26 GMT)

We'll Aussies tend not to bother about age whether they are young or old as long at the time of their selection they are playing well. Unlike the Ecb who only pick people in their selective squads

Posted by   on (May 1, 2014, 23:51 GMT)

What a lovely interview. He comes across as a genuinely nice guy, which makes one wish that he continues with his current success for a couple of years more.

Posted by ultrasnow on (May 1, 2014, 17:32 GMT)

So happy for this guy. It shows that you never can write off a player and age can be just a number. Full credit to the Aussie administration. Due attention should be given to the fact that some players may mature much later than others.

The interviewer has a bewitching smile, by the way. Regards from India Mr. Rogers

Posted by JJJake on (May 1, 2014, 11:26 GMT)

Great interview. It gave a lot of insight into the world of a pro cricketer. Very humble guy, who has understates his talent. He kept mentioning who lucky he is. I don't think it's all been luck. Pretty much the opposite personality type to KP.

Posted by   on (May 1, 2014, 11:17 GMT)

he has really spoken truth in iy

Posted by   on (May 1, 2014, 9:17 GMT)

Really good interview. Assume it was before the Yorkshire game.

Posted by Smithie on (May 1, 2014, 8:43 GMT)

Fascinating interview Alison. It would be very interesting for Cricinfo readers if you could have tea with Sangikara and Dhoni over the coming summer.

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