IND vs AUS: Australia accepting defeat even before the Test series? What is the meaning of this statement of David Warner

Melbourne: Test series will be played between India and Australia (IND vs AUS) from 9 February. The first match of the 4-match series is to be held in Nagpur. Australia’s team is going to reach India on February 1 for this Border Gavaskar series. India had defeated Australia in the Test series at their home. In this series too, Team India is being considered as a strong contender for victory.

tired david warner

Australia’s star opener David Warner says that he is very tired before the Test series against India. The 36-year-old Warner has played across multiple formats in a busy summer schedule which includes ODI series against Zimbabwe, New Zealand, England, West Indies and South Africa. Apart from playing in the T20 World Cup, Warner also played half a dozen matches for the Sydney Thunders in the Big Bash League.

Warner told ‘Cricbuzz’, ‘It is very challenging. I am very tired. Some players have gone for the UAE league but are not attending Cricket Australia’s awards ceremony. But speaking of me, it would have been nice to stay at home with the family for one more night. But it is not in your hands.

Century was scored in 100th test

Dangerous opener Warner returned from poor form by scoring a double century in his 100th Test. He looked in good form during his 20-ball 36 not out for Sydney Thunders. He said, ‘I am trying to fill some energy in the Thunders team. But this year it has not been good. But I hope that next year I will play more fresh than now.

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