Australia batsman Adam Voges has no immediate plans to retire as he continues to enjoy a stunning end to his career. Since making his Test debut in June 2015 at the age of 35, Voges has been a sensational success story for Australia.
In 15 Tests, Voges has made five centuries, scoring 1,337 runs at a remarkable average of 95.50. Despite entering the twilight of his career, Voges insists he is not considering retiring any time soon.
"I haven't put a date or a time on anything just yet," he told cricket.com.au. "I'm thoroughly enjoying playing Test cricket. It took me a long time to get an opportunity and I'm certainly not in any rush to finish just yet.
"While I'm playing well, while I'm contributing, I can hopefully continue to help Australia win Test matches. I know the end is a lot closer than the start for me.
"But it's something I'll weigh up and see how I go series by series. There's no certainly no specific date on it yet."
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