Justin Langer

Justin Langer

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Justin Lee Langer AM (born 21 November 1970 in Perth, Western Australia) is a former international cricketer who represented Australia in 105 Test matches and the current Assistant Coach and Batting Coach of the Australian cricket team. A left-handed batsman, his opening partnership with Matthew Hayden was one of the most successful of all time. Langer is also a solid gully fielder, and was very occasionally the wicket-keeper for the Australian one-day team. In January 2007 he retired from international cricket. He can play both aggressively and defensively, but has a reputation for grinding away. However, Langer's Test strike rate (54.22) is superior to that of noted stroke-makers Mark Waugh (48.64) and Damien Martyn (51.41). On 23 July 2009, in a match against Worcestershire, Langer became the highest scoring Australian in first-class cricket.

International career


Langer made his Test debut against the West Indies at the Adelaide Oval, in January 1993. He received a rough welcome against an in-form West Indian bowling...
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