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Veteran Australian Cricketer David Warner Opens Up On His Retirement Plans

David Warner has been one of the longest-serving players of the Australian national cricket team. The experienced southpaw has often led the batting attack by example.

The 35-year-old has represented the national team across formats – 96 Tests, 138 One-Day Internationals and 91 Twenty20 Internationals so far.

The southpaw has aggregated 7817 runs in the longest format of the game and has slammed 23 centuries and 34 half-centuries in this format.

On the other hand, he has scored 5799 runs in the 50-over format. Overall, he slammed 18 centuries and 26 half-centuries to his name.

Veteran Australian Cricketer David Warner Opens Up On His Retirement Plans
Veteran Australian Cricketer David Warner Opens Up On His Retirement Plans

The Paddington-born cricketer has scored 2684 runs in the shortest format of the game at a strike-rate of 140.9. He hit 1 century and 22 half-centuries to his name.

He is also one of the top players in the cash-rich Indian Premier League. Warner has played as many as 162 games in IPL, scoring 5881 runs at an average of 42. He struck 4 centuries and 55 fifties to his name.

READ MORE: Mohammed Siraj Likely To Replace Jasprit Bumrah For Second And Third T20I Against South Africa

David Warner opens up on his retirement plans

The Australian cricketer is expected to play an important role for the team in the upcoming edition of the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia.

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The tournament will kick off on October 16 and the summit clash will kick off on November 13. Overall, 45 games will be played throughout the tournament.

Australia will kick-start their World Cup campaign on October 22 at the SCG. Meanwhile, Australian international David Warner has opened up on his retirement plans.

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“I’ve really enjoyed my time playing, I’ve still got a lot to give. And I think I owe the next generation of cricketers and the supporters that little bit extra. My goal is to play until the end of net year at least and see where I’m at. There’s a lot of good kids coming through.

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“Obviously me and Uz (Khawaja) open the batting in Test cricket, it’s a big hole to fill… to fin one opener is hard but to find two is going to be very hard,” said David Warner.

“I know when Smithy and I took over, we had some holes there. We went through a three or four-year period trying find a balance. It was extremely difficult. We won some games and some series but weren’t as consistent as we’d like. You don’t want to leave those holes, as hard as it is. But there’s going to be a time where at least five or six of us go around the same time, in 12 to 18 months,” added Warner.

READ MORE: Twitter Reacts As Deepak Chahar And Arshdeep Singh Dismiss Half Of South Africa’s Batting Line-Up Inside 2 And A Half Overs

David Warner has been one of the longest-serving players of the Australian national cricket team. The experienced southpaw has often led the batting attack by example.

The 35-year-old has represented the national team across formats – 96 Tests, 138 One-Day Internationals and 91 Twenty20 Internationals so far.

The southpaw has aggregated 7817 runs in the longest format of the game and has slammed 23 centuries and 34 half-centuries in this format.

On the other hand, he has scored 5799 runs in the 50-over format. Overall, he slammed 18 centuries and 26 half-centuries to his name.

Veteran Australian Cricketer David Warner Opens Up On His Retirement Plans
Veteran Australian Cricketer David Warner Opens Up On His Retirement Plans

The Paddington-born cricketer has scored 2684 runs in the shortest format of the game at a strike-rate of 140.9. He hit 1 century and 22 half-centuries to his name.

He is also one of the top players in the cash-rich Indian Premier League. Warner has played as many as 162 games in IPL, scoring 5881 runs at an average of 42. He struck 4 centuries and 55 fifties to his name.

READ MORE: Mohammed Siraj Likely To Replace Jasprit Bumrah For Second And Third T20I Against South Africa

David Warner opens up on his retirement plans

The Australian cricketer is expected to play an important role for the team in the upcoming edition of the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia.

The tournament will kick off on October 16 and the summit clash will kick off on November 13. Overall, 45 games will be played throughout the tournament.

Australia will kick-start their World Cup campaign on October 22 at the SCG. Meanwhile, Australian international David Warner has opened up on his retirement plans.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time playing, I’ve still got a lot to give. And I think I owe the next generation of cricketers and the supporters that little bit extra. My goal is to play until the end of net year at least and see where I’m at. There’s a lot of good kids coming through.

“Obviously me and Uz (Khawaja) open the batting in Test cricket, it’s a big hole to fill… to fin one opener is hard but to find two is going to be very hard,” said David Warner.

“I know when Smithy and I took over, we had some holes there. We went through a three or four-year period trying find a balance. It was extremely difficult. We won some games and some series but weren’t as consistent as we’d like. You don’t want to leave those holes, as hard as it is. But there’s going to be a time where at least five or six of us go around the same time, in 12 to 18 months,” added Warner.

READ MORE: Twitter Reacts As Deepak Chahar And Arshdeep Singh Dismiss Half Of South Africa’s Batting Line-Up Inside 2 And A Half Overs

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David Warner has been one of the longest-serving players of the Australian national cricket team. The experienced southpaw has often led the batting attack by example.

The 35-year-old has represented the national team across formats – 96 Tests, 138 One-Day Internationals and 91 Twenty20 Internationals so far.

The southpaw has aggregated 7817 runs in the longest format of the game and has slammed 23 centuries and 34 half-centuries in this format.

On the other hand, he has scored 5799 runs in the 50-over format. Overall, he slammed 18 centuries and 26 half-centuries to his name.

Veteran Australian Cricketer David Warner Opens Up On His Retirement Plans
Veteran Australian Cricketer David Warner Opens Up On His Retirement Plans

The Paddington-born cricketer has scored 2684 runs in the shortest format of the game at a strike-rate of 140.9. He hit 1 century and 22 half-centuries to his name.

He is also one of the top players in the cash-rich Indian Premier League. Warner has played as many as 162 games in IPL, scoring 5881 runs at an average of 42. He struck 4 centuries and 55 fifties to his name.

READ MORE: Mohammed Siraj Likely To Replace Jasprit Bumrah For Second And Third T20I Against South Africa

David Warner opens up on his retirement plans

The Australian cricketer is expected to play an important role for the team in the upcoming edition of the Twenty20 World Cup in Australia.

The tournament will kick off on October 16 and the summit clash will kick off on November 13. Overall, 45 games will be played throughout the tournament.

Australia will kick-start their World Cup campaign on October 22 at the SCG. Meanwhile, Australian international David Warner has opened up on his retirement plans.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time playing, I’ve still got a lot to give. And I think I owe the next generation of cricketers and the supporters that little bit extra. My goal is to play until the end of net year at least and see where I’m at. There’s a lot of good kids coming through.

“Obviously me and Uz (Khawaja) open the batting in Test cricket, it’s a big hole to fill… to fin one opener is hard but to find two is going to be very hard,” said David Warner.

“I know when Smithy and I took over, we had some holes there. We went through a three or four-year period trying find a balance. It was extremely difficult. We won some games and some series but weren’t as consistent as we’d like. You don’t want to leave those holes, as hard as it is. But there’s going to be a time where at least five or six of us go around the same time, in 12 to 18 months,” added Warner.

READ MORE: Twitter Reacts As Deepak Chahar And Arshdeep Singh Dismiss Half Of South Africa’s Batting Line-Up Inside 2 And A Half Overs

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