Melbourne (Agencies): Australia lost both their warm-up games -- against India and South Africa -- ahead of the World Cup starting February 19 and Rixon felt the Aussies are fast becoming the Windies of the `90s.

"We need to be doing a lot of things, Australian cricket is not healthy at the moment," Rixon, who is currently employed by IPL outfit Chennai Super Kings, was quoted as saying by `Fox Sports`.

"If the administrators want to play ostrich and put their heads in the sand, so be it. But I wish they would open their eyes and have a look.”

"All I want to see is Australian cricket get back to its best and not fall as the West Indies have fallen so dramatically," he said.

Rixon said he was upset that none of his suggestions were being heard by game`s administrators here.

"I`ve had a good talk with people about this. To be honest, I`m growing tired of saying things because nothing seems to be changing," he said.

"I`m seriously sick of making suggestions to improve Australian cricket. I`ve been around this game long enough to know something about it. I would love to be part of a board where I can make some suggestions to improve the game," he added.