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David Warner Announces Retirement From ODI Cricket After Test

Utkarsh Classes 02-01-2024
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Australian batsman David Warner has announced his retirement from Test and ODI cricket. Warner will play the last Test match of his career against Pakistan in Sydney on January 3, 2024. Cricket Australia has also confirmed Warner's retirement from ODI through its official account.

  • David Warner also announced his retirement from ODI cricket in a press conference held in Sydney on January 1, 2024.

Now Warner will focus on T-20:

  • Warner has announced his retirement from ODI and Test to concentrate on T20.
  • He can be a part of the Australia team in the T20 World Cup to be held in West Indies and America in June.
  • Warner will play at least four matches for Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash after the end of the Test series against Pakistan.
  • After this, Warner can play for Dubai Capitals in ILT20. Warner has requested that NOC from Cricket Australia play in the ILT20 league. The first match of the Dubai team will be played on 21 January 2024.

Warner was Australia's top scorer in ODI World Cup 2023:

  • David Warner was Australia's top scorer in India's ODI World Cup 2023. Warner scored 535 runs in 11 matches played in the ODI World Cup at an average of 48.63. His strike rate was 108.29. Warner also scored 2 centuries and 2 half-centuries.
  • In the World Cup 2023, Virat Kohli (India) scored a maximum of 765 runs in 11 matches. Kohli scored three centuries and six half-centuries. In this World Cup 2023, Kohli scored runs at an average of 95.62, the highest in this World Cup.

Warner's Test career:

  • Warner started his Test career in 2011 against New Zealand in Brisbane. Warner has scored 8695 runs in the 111 Test matches played so far, averaging 44.58.
  • This includes 26 centuries and 36 half-centuries.

Warner's ODI career:

  • Warner made his international debut in an ODI against South Africa in Hobart in 2009.
  • Warner played his last ODI match in the ODI World Cup final against India on 19 November in Ahmedabad.
  • In 161 ODI matches played so far, he has scored 6932 runs at an average of 45.30. In this, he scored 22 centuries and 33 half-centuries.

Australia's sixth-highest run scorer:

  • David Warner is in sixth place, scoring the most runs for Australia in ODIs. Warner is second only to Ricky Ponting, scoring most centuries for Australia in ODIs.

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