Australian opening batsman David Waner gave surprising news about his retirement from Test cricket in a radio interview with Triple M on Sunday. He is planning to say goodbye to Test cricket in the next 12 months. He has settled that plans for Test cricket do not extend beyond the Ashes series next year in England. As the Australian team has a busy 2023 schedule that also involves a Border-Gavaskar Trophy series beginning in February in India.
Warner’s saying is quoted: “Test cricket will probably be the first one to fall off,” on Triple M’s Deadset Legends.
“Because that’s how it will pan out. The T20 World Cup is in 2024, (one-day) World Cup is next year in India.
“Potentially it could be my last 12 months in Test cricket. Said David Warner in the interview.
“But I love the white-ball game. It’s amazing.”
Warner said that: “T20 cricket — I love the game. I will be looking to get to the 2024 T20 World Cup.
“For all those people saying I am past it and a lot of those old people are past it, look out. Be careful what you wish for.”