“I’m Well And Truly Done”: David Warner Confirms T20I vs West Indies His Last At Home


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Australia's swashbuckling batsman David Warner, who has already bid farewell to his Test and ODI careers, on Tuesday spoke about his T20I future and said he is “really done” now with the “youngsters”. It's time to work for. After the third and final T20I game of the three-match series between the West Indies and Australia, in which the hosts lost by 37 runs, Warner confirmed that the T20 World Cup 2024 in the West Indies and the USA will be his last assignment. In international cricket.

When asked if he intended to play for Australia in the shortest format after the T20 World Cup, the opening batsman said he had “done very well and really” and would like to open his doors to younger players after the World Cup. Happy to give place.

“It's good to see the boys playing. After the next series in New Zealand before the IPL and then I have a lot of time to prepare for the T20 World Cup. It's great to spend quality time with my kids and be at home. ” , I was surprised that an opening bowler bowling 145+ was not trying to get me out. The limits in the Caribbean are not very large. I am good and actually, we have a lot of young players, now is the time for them to work,” Warner said in the post-match presentation.

In the third and final T20 match, Warner scored 81 runs in 49 balls. Warner was named Player of the Series.

Warner has scored 3067 runs in 102 matches at an average of 33.70 and a strike rate of more than 142.51. He has scored one century and 26 fifties in this format, with his best score being 100*.

The 37-year-old made his T20I debut against South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in 2009.

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