David Warner eager to walk the comeback path

New York: After the recently concluded T20 World Cup-2024, many players had announced their retirement. There were some players who had told even before the start of the tournament that this tournament would be their last tournament. After the tournament ended, their career was also considered to be over, but one of these players seems to be changing his mind and he is dreaming of playing the Champions Trophy.

This player is Australia’s opener David Warner. Warner had said goodbye to international cricket after the T20 World Cup. He has now officially announced it, but with this, Warner’s desire to play again is visible and he has said that if the cricket board calls him for the Champions Trophy to be held in Pakistan next year, then he is ready to play.

Chapter ends!

David Warner has officially announced his retirement by writing a post on Instagram. Warner said in his statement that he is very happy to play at the highest level of cricket. Warner said that he is saying goodbye to all three formats. He thanked the fans and family for his great career. After this, Warner wrote that he will continue to play franchise cricket and is ready to play if selected for the Champions Trophy.

Warner wrote, “I will continue to play franchise cricket. I am also ready to play the Champions Trophy for Australia if selected.”

Three-time world champion

Warner has won the World Cup three times with Australia. In the year 2015, he was part of the Australian team that won the ODI World Cup. In the year 2021, Australia won the T20 World Cup for the first time and Warner was an important part of this team. Apart from this, Warner was also in the Australian team that won the ODI World Cup last year under the captaincy of Pat Cummins. He was also with the team in the victory of the ICC Test Championship.


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