Warner farewell to ODI cricket

Sydney: Star cricketer David E. Warner of Australia declared his retirement from Test cricket on Monday and followed suit from ODI cricket. However, he declared his availability for the national Twenty20 team.

Batter Warner, the 37-year-old opener, has stated that he will be ready to play in the 2025 Champions Trophy should the Australian team need him. Warner’s final Test match of his career will take place at his home ground of SCG against Pakistan on January 3. Even earlier than that

He declared his exit from the ODI cricket league. Cricket announced that their last ODI match will be the 2023 ODI World Cup final, which will take place in India.

I think winning the trophy in India is a great achievement,” he said during the 2023 ODI World Cup held in India. Warner, a left-handed batsman, made his ODI debut in 2009 in Hobart against South Africa. In 161 ODIs to date, he has amassed 6932 runs at an average of 45.30. There are 22 centuries and 33 1950s in this.

David has participated in 111 Test matches and ranks sixth among Australian run scorers in men’s ODIs. He’s amassed 26 centuries and 8695 runs.

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