Justin Lee Langer AM is an Australian cricket coach and former cricketer. He is the current coach of the Australian national men’s cricket team, having been appointed to the role in May 2018.
Ricky Ponting is among Australia's greatest ever batsmen across formats. Additionally, he also came to be known for being the face of Australia's uncompromising attitude of winning at all costs in the years that he led a team that lost only a handful of matches across formats.
Coach Justin Langer has revealed that Cricket Australia will be closely monitoring the mental health of the players and staff who are currently living alone during long periods of isolation forced by the coronavirus pandemic.
Australia batsman Glenn Maxwell has revealed that he wished his hand was broken when he got hurt during their 2019 World Cup campaign before the South Africa clash.
After white-washing New Zealand in the three-match Test series, Australia coach Justin Langer said that Tim Paine has shown great leadership skills.
After white-washing New Zealand in the three-match Test series, Australia coach Justin Langer said that the side is still working towards becoming a great cricket team.
The Australian and New Zealand cricket teams will wear black armbands and pay tribute to fire and emergency services and personnel fighting fires during the anthem ceremony at the start of play of the third and final Test of the series beginning Friday at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).
Cricket Australia on Wednesday shared a touching moment between Australian coach Justin Langer and an elderly wheelchair-bound fan at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Cricket Australia said that the fan's name is Bill Dean and he says in the video that he is 80 years old.
Australia's Test skipper Tim Paine on Sunday lauded Peter Siddle and said that the pacer has been the heart and soul of the team for a long time and he will be missed around the group.
Cricket Australia has congratulated Peter Siddle for his outstanding career after the veteran fast bowler announced his retirement from international cricket on Sunday.
Despite being hit on his thumb while batting at the nets, Australia opener David Warner has been declared fit for the second Test against New Zealand, slated to be held at the historic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) from Thursday.