Australia's legendary opener David Warner announced his retirement from his ODI career on the first morning of the new year. Meanwhile, Warner said that he will be available for the Champions Trophy to be held in Pakistan next year. He said that he now wants to give time to his wife and daughters. Along with this, he will now contribute to T20 and commentary.
Australia's legendary opener David Warner announced his retirement from his ODI career on the first morning of the new year. Warner surprised the cricket world with his decision.
Warner is one of the players to win two World Cups for Australia. In such a situation, Warner has also given a unique statement along with his retirement. David Warner said in a press conference in Sydney that if Australia needs him for the Champions Trophy 2025 in Pakistan, he will come out of retirement and will be available for it.
David Warner said that the decision to retire was in my mind during the ODI World Cup itself. He further said that now the time has come for him to devote more time to his wife Candice and his three daughters Indi, Ivy and Isla.
After retiring from both Test and ODI cricket, Warner will now devote his time to domestic T20 league and commentary. Warner further said that I am looking forward to next year's Big Bash League. He said that I have joined Fox Commentary in the Test series against India to be held next year, for which I am eagerly waiting. Meanwhile, there is the Big Bash League in which he will play and after this there is the much talked about ILT20.
Let us tell you that Australia is playing a three-match Test series against Pakistan. Meanwhile, the last Test match played in Sydney is the last Test match of David Warner's career. Now he has also announced his retirement from Vanjay.