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Australia defend rotation after Warne attack

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Australian cricket chiefs on Monday backed chief selector John Inverarity after stinging criticism from Test great Shane Warne and other ex-players over the controversial rotation policy. 

Shane Warne watches the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne last month. Australian cricket chiefs on Monday backed chief selector John Inverarity after stinging criticism from Warne and other ex-players over the controversial rotation policy.

Warne used his website to speak out against resting players -- particularly fast bowlers -- to guard them from breaking down as a result of the relentless demands of international cricket.

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