David Warner remembers old days before Test against West Indies, special post on Instagram

New Delhi. Test has a great importance in the game of cricket. Many veteran players consider the longer format to be an important part of cricket. Ever since the T20 World Cup last year, all the teams had started preparing for the T20 World Cup 2022. But now this tournament is over. Many players are excited to play Test cricket once again. One of them is the name of Australian aggressive batsman David Warner.

Actually, the Australian team is going to play a two-Test series against the West Indies from 30 November to 12 November. On Wednesday, both the teams will compete with each other in Perth. Before this match, David Warner shared a post on Instagram. In which he has kept a new cap along with his debut cap. It can be inferred from this that Warner is excited to perform in Test cricket. He wrote in the caption of this post, ‘The best time of the year.’

Will retire from Test cricket soon

David Warner made his debut in the longer format in 2011. At the same time, after the T20 World Cup, the 36-year-old gave a big update about his Test career. He had said, ‘I might leave Test cricket earlier. The next T20 World Cup will be in 2024, the (ODI) World Cup is going to happen next year. This could be my last 12 months in Test cricket. But I like white ball cricket a lot.

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Can play big innings against West Indies

Warner is a very important player for Australia. In such a situation, he can execute a big innings against the guests in the long format. Recently, he had performed brilliantly in the ODI series against England. He also played a century and a half-century in the entire series. Warner was awarded the Player of the Series for this performance. Now it will be interesting to see how he performs in Tests.

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