David Warner

David Warner has said that, at the conclusion of the upcoming New Year’s Test against Pakistan in Sydney. He will give up both the Test format and the ODIs. Though he recently won a second 50-over World Cup.t The 37-year-old has left open the chance to compete in the 2025 Champions Trophy, form and fitness permitting.

Warner said, “I’m definitely retiring from one-day cricket as well,” on Monday, January 1, at the SCG. During the World Cup, I had said that I thought it would be a great accomplishment to overcome it and win it in India.

“I’ll decide to withdraw from those forms today. Which will let me to play in various leagues across the globe and help the one-day team progress a little bit. I am aware of the upcoming Champions Trophy. In two years, if I’m still around and playing good cricket, I’ll be there if they need someone.”

Declared two days before the SCG Test. David Warner’s distinguished career comes to an end as Australia’s sixth-best run scorer in One-Day Internationals. At a strike-rate of 97.26, he ends with 6932 runs at an average of 45.30 from 161 matches. Of Australia’s most prolific scorers, only Ricky Ponting has scored more hundreds in the format than he has, with 29.

He said, “I was very, very comfortable with the decision.” It was truly incredible to win in India from our current location.

“Our relationship merely grew stronger after we lost two straight games in India. We weren’t able to get where we were by accident or coincidence. Not to be overlooked was the Kolkata semifinal as well as Maxi’s [Glenn Maxwell] valiant actions, leadership, and talent and execution of our game versus India.”

David Warner is just one match away from reaching 100 appearances in all three of the game’s formats and will continue to play for his country’s cricket team in the shortest format. He intends to further his career in the franchise T20 circuit as well. The Dubai Capitals are anticipated to be his next opponent in the ILT20.

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