Is David Warner Taking Retirement From T20? Know What he Said After The Match?

We all know that David Warner is the most dangerous batsman in the history of cricket, however he retired from test cricket when Australia was playing against Pakistan. And just now David Warner suggested that he can also announce his retirement from T20. Warner said that now it is the turn of the youngster, my work is over.

David Warner Retirement From T20I

37 year old David Warner can announced his retirement from T20I. He suggested about his retirement after the last T20 match with West Indies. Warner scored 81 runs in last T20 match but Australia did not win the match. Warner said that his work is now over, now it is the turn for the younger ones who is going to come into the team.

David Warner Sad Speech

“It’s enjoyable to see the guys in action. I’ll take a break after the upcoming series in New Zealand before getting ready for the IPL and T20 World Cup. Spending time with my kids and being home is great.

Interestingly, the fast bowler who usually bowls at over 145 km/h couldn’t dismiss me. The boundaries in the Caribbean aren’t very far. I’m done playing, and we have many young talents who are ready to shine. It’s their time now,” he shared during the post-match presentation.

David Warner Retirement From Other Formats

Let us tell you that before talking about retirement from T20, Warner has taken retirement from Test and ODI also. Let us tell you that Warner has announced retirement from ODI on 1 January 2024, whereas Warner has also taken retirement from Test. He had retired from test in the Last test Match against Pakistan.

David Warner New Record

David Warner did exceptionally well in the T20 series against West Indies. He scored a total of 173 runs in three matches, including two half-centuries. In the final game, although Australia couldn’t successfully chase 221 runs, they still won the series 2-1.

Warner’s individual performance was impressive, especially in the final match where he scored 81 runs off 49 balls. This series also made him the seventh player to achieve over 3000 runs in T20 Internationals. Additionally, he’s getting closer to breaking Chris Gayle’s record for the most 50+ scores in T20 Internationals.

David Warner in IPL 2024

After being named the Player of the Series in the T20 matches in the West Indies, David Warner is getting ready to go to India. Following the T20 series against New Zealand, which begins on February 21st, Warner will head to India. He plays a crucial role in the Delhi Capitals team and is excited to make a positive impact for the team this year.

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