New Delhi:Spin rookie Jason Krejza and greenhorn pacer Doug Bollinger left for Agra to visit the Taj Mahal while their teammates stayed put in Delhi, licking their wounds after the battering in Mohali.
"Krejza and Bollinger have not seen the Taj Mahal while other players have visited the place in the previous tours. So most of the players are relaxing in Delhi while these two, along with a few members from the support staff, left for Agra," team spokesman Philip Pope said.
Pope said Australia would resume practice on Sunday for the third Test scheduled from October 29.
Both Krejza and Bollinger have been cooling their heels in the series so far. Krejza got to play the warm-up match against Board President's XI in Hyderabad but the battering he received from Yuvraj Singh, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli there prompted the Aussie think-tank to rush in Cameron White and blood the Victorian.
Bollinger too went through more or less a similar experience. With senior paceman Stuart Clark missing the Mohali Test with an injured shoulder, Bollinger was fancying his chances but Peter Siddle's ability to reverse swing the ball tilted the scale in his favour.