Warner reveals his retirement plan
Australian left-handed batsman David Warner opened about his retirement plan for the first time and revealed in which format he will sign off first.
Australian left-handed opening batsman David Warner is the trending topic in the cricketing world right now with his 335 runs against Pakistan in the second Test against Pakistan.
The opener is the headline all over in the game. There are so many questions being asked on him and one interesting question was asked on him about his retirement. The southpaw batsman revealed his retirement plans for the first time and said he haven’t decided when to retire.
“I haven’t really thought about it yet but I think when you play Test cricket, it’s obviously less taxing on your legs unless you’re out there all day like that,” Warner said. But he said that he wants to play more Tests and he will sign off from T20I first.
“I haven’t really put any thought into what I’ll do first, whether I give away T20 internationals to free up some time for the Test matches.
“I think that’ll probably come around the corner after next year’s World Cup. I might have to think about it. There’s a World Cup six months after that as well.
“Something’s got to give. It’s also an opportunity for a youngster to come through. We’ve got great depth in Australian cricket,” he added.