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Monday, 23 May 2016 12:31

Gayle hits back at critics

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Chris Gayle has responded to the criticism he received from fellow cricketers following his sexist comments during a live interview in last season's Big Bash League.
 
In January, Gayle was fined $10,000 by his club, Melbourne Renegades, after propositioning Channel Ten's pitch-side reporter, Mel McLaughlin.
 
As Gayle noted, Network Ten's commentary team could be heard laughing on air after the incident.
 
Among the most scathing critics of his actions was Rogers, the former Australia opening batsman who is also a team-mate of Gayle's at Somerset.
 
In response, however, Gayle insinuated that Rogers was a hypocrite, and had acted more like "Roger Rabbit".
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