Adam Voges retires from international cricket


second highest batting average of all time

International news desk : Australian batsman Adam Voges has announced his retirement from international cricket. In a career that spanned 20 Test matches, he ends with the second highest batting average of all time (minimum 20 innings). The man at the top of that list is of course Don Bradman who averaged 99.94. Voges finishes with an average of 61.87.

He also had a good record in other formats at the international level. He averaged 45.78 in 31 ODI games and 46.33 in 7 T20Is. He made his international debut at 27, first playing in one-day cricket. His first Test match only came at the age of 35.

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