Australia’s opener batsman David Warner has given his reaction about Test cricket. He told that he is planning to say goodbye to this format of cricket.
He said that he will retire from Test cricket after next year’s much-awaited Ashes tournament. However, he also told about his plans regarding his white ball cricket. He said that he will continue to play white ball cricket till the 2024 T20I World Cup.
Warner said during a show Triple M’s Deadset Legends that Test cricket is the most attractive for him but it could be the last 12 months for me. This is our plan considering the T20I World Cup is in 2024, the (One-Day) World Cup is also next year.
Australia’s poor performance in the World Cup :-
Talking about the T20I World Cup 2022, the defending champion had missed out on a place in the last four. In the Super-12 match, he earned 7 points with 3 wins but on the basis of net run-rate, England managed to make the last four, thus ending the journey of the defending champions to the Super-12.
Australia future schedule :-
Before next year’s ODI World Cup, Australia team has to play Test matches in England and India.
Apart from this, the 2024 T20I World Cup 2024 is also in the pipeline, which will be hosted by the West Indies and the United States. Talking about the T20I World Cup 2022, his bat was silent. His highest score in this tournament was 25 which came against Afghanistan.
Before hosting South Africa, the team will play a two-Test series against the West Indies, which will start on November 30. After this, the South African team will come to Australia to play a series of 3 Tests and 3 ODIs.