David Warner Retirement | Australia’s ‘this’ opener batsman announced his retirement, will play the last test match of his career on this day

PIC: Twitter Australian cricket team’s opener David Warner has announced his retirement from Test cricket during Australia’s next summer vacation. Significantly, Australia’s opener David Warner is currently in London. They have gone to play in AUS vs IND WTC Final Match 2023. The title match will be played from June 7 to June 11. Let us tell you that immediately after the WTC 2023 Final, they can go for the 5-match Test series Ashes Test Series ENG vs AUS between Australia and England. Also, it is believed that he will play in the ICC ODI World Cup, 2023, which is going to be hosted by India in the month of October this year. However, Warner has said that he will say goodbye to Test cricket after playing a Test against the visiting Pakistan team in Australia in January 2024 at his home ground in Sydney. David Warner shared this information with the media just ahead of Australia’s training session in Beckenham today. He indicated with his words that he wanted to put an end to his Test career after the series against Pakistan. David Warner said in his statement, “I give the credit for this to my partner and my family. If, I get runs here (WTC Final) and can continue playing back in Australia, then definitely I will not play West Indies series (AUS vs WI Series 2024). Significantly, after playing the series with Pakistan next year, there is also a series program between Australia and West Indies. But, David Warner wants to play limited overs cricket (ODI/T20I) matches for Australia till next year’s ICC Men’s T20I Cricket World Cup in West Indies and USA. Vinay Kumar

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