Melbourne: Australia’s star opener David Warner said on Thursday that he is committed to playing in the 50-over World Cup (ODI World Cup 2023) to be held in India next year but if the team management says that he will retire. If this is the time to take, they will do so.
The 36-year-old batsman returned to form by scoring a double century in the second Test cricket match against South Africa. This was his 100th Test match.
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Warner was asked whether the second Test against South Africa in Melbourne would be his last on Boxing Day, saying, “I am determined to play in next year’s World Cup.” ” The left-handed batsman said, “I will keep myself fit and try to score runs continuously, but if they (team management) come to me and say that this is the time (to retire), then I am ready to say goodbye.” “
Warner on Tuesday became the 10th batsman in the world to score a century in his 100th Test match. He is only the second batsman to score a double century in his 100th Test match. He said, “I was confident of playing such an innings. I know that I have the ability to perform well on the big stage.” (agency)