Australian batsman David Warner has announced his retirement after next year’s Ashes series against England.
According to media reports, Australian batsman David Warner’s statement has come at a time when his team is being criticized for being eliminated in the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup.
He said that this is my last 12 months of Test cricket but I love white ball cricket, I love T20 cricket a lot so I will try to play till 2024.
David Warner responded to the critics by saying that ‘those who are saying that time has passed should reconsider their criticism’.
He said that if I get an opportunity to lead any team including Big Bash, I will not back down, it is a matter of transferring my knowledge related to cricket to the new generation.
It should be noted that David Warner has so far played 96 Test matches for Australia in which he has scored 7,817 runs including 24 centuries and 34 fifties.