Stuart MacGill is the latest former Australia international to come out of retirement to play in the Big Bash T20 competition.
Stuart MacGill's surprise decision to retire from international cricket was prompted by his declining fitness.
Shane Warne has insisted he is 'happily retired' despite speculation linking him to a return to Test cricket.
Stuart MacGill insists Australia have enough spin-bowling options to cope with his retirement after the second Test.
Australian leg-spinner Stuart MacGill has announced he will retire from international cricket at the end of the second Test.
Michael Clarke has been named as vice-captain for Australia's tour to the West Indies, while Simon Katich and Stuart MacGill are recalled.
Veteran leg-spinner Stuart MacGill insists he will not retire and has vowed to return from wrist surgery to continue his career.
Australian bowler Stuart MacGill has admitted he may be forced to retire if he cannot become competitive again at the top level.
Muttiah Muralitharan believes Australia need to look beyond Stuart MacGill in order to find Shane Warne's successor.
Stuart MacGill has been given a month to get fit for Australia's Test series against India - or risk losing his place.
Ricky Ponting is looking forward to a bright future in charge after seeing his new-look Australia side thrash Sri Lanka.
England must pick Alex Hales as an opening batsman at the 2015 World Cup, says Sir Ian Botham.
South Africa v West Indies Tes
South Africa win by an innings and 220 runs
Australia v India Test Series
Australia win by 4 wickets
KFC T20 Big Bash League 2014/2
Sydney Thunder win by 56 runs
Eoin Morgan's first act as England captain should be to push himself back up the order, says Bob Willis.
Australia and New Zealand will co-host the 2015 Cricket World Cup from February - here's a taster of what's in store.
Steven Smith proved his captaincy skills by guiding Australia to victory over India, says Mark Butcher.
Watch this video to whet your appetite for the IPL, which will be shown on Sky Sports in 2015.
South Africa's Dale Steyn should be lauded as the finest seam bowler in the world, says Bob Willis.