According to the Sydney Morning Herald, opening alongside Shane Watson for the first half of the series, then Warner, Rogers averaged more than 40 and scored his maiden century in the fourth Test.
In the second innings of that same Test, he and Warner put on Australia's only century opening stand of the series, the report said.
Rogers said that it was a tough job to open the batting and players need support from the guy down the other end, adding that a bit of a familiarity was needed.
Rogers also said it was satisfying to enter a summer having finally proved he could perform at Test level.
--ANI (Posted on 30-10-2013)