David Warner announced his retirement before WTC final, told his complete plan

New Delhi: Australia’s explosive batsman David Warner has once again spoken openly about his retirement. He had said some time ago that he wants to play till 2024 T20 World Cup. Now Warner has also made a big disclosure about his retirement from Test cricket. Struggling with Test form, the 36-year-old Warner is expected to end his Test career after the Sydney Test against Pakistan. At the end of the year, Pakistan will go on a tour of Australia. The last match of the series will be played in Sydney from January 3.

Warner struggling with form

David Warner has been struggling with form for quite some time now. In the 17 Tests played in the last two years, only one century has come out of his bat. It is not yet sure whether he will be a part of the team by that time. With this, Warner hopes that his last match in Australia’s jersey will be in the 2024 T20 World Cup, which is to be played in West Indies and USA. Along with this, after the ODI World Cup to be held in India this year, he can say goodbye to this format.

David Warner said, ‘I have always said that the World Cup will probably be my last match. Even if I can score runs here and continue playing back in Australia, I will not play the West Indies series. If I score runs now and reach the Pakistan series, I will finish it there. West Indies have to come to Australia after Pakistan tour.

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