Wagh retired at the age of 34 midway through the 2011 season - two months earlier than originally planned - to take up a career in law.
Having captained Oxford University, he was a consistent run-scorer during a county career that began with Warwickshire in 1997.
Amongst the most elegant batsmen in the country at his best, Wagh made 315 against Middlesex at Lord's - the second highest score for the county - and toured Australia after being named in the National Academy.
He was named in England's provisional squad for the 2004 Champions Trophy - it was as close as he came to international recognition - and played just one game in Warwickshire's County Championship-winning season the following year due to knee surgery.
He played a prominent role in Nottinghamshire's triumph in 2010, following his move from Trent Bridge in 2007, having scored more than 1,000 runs in his first two seasons with the club.