Australia’s aggressive batsman David Warner has recently performed brilliantly in ODIs and T20 cricket. He has said that he can say goodbye to T20 cricket in the next few years to expand his Test and ODI careers and spend more time with his family.
Cricket Australia’s best cricketer of the year, David Warner, who won the Allan Border Medal, was shocked after receiving the award. In the year 2018, Warner won this award after making a spectacular comeback after facing a one-year ban due to ball-tampering.
He was also voted the best T20 cricketer of the year. Warner said, “We have to play World Cup in T20 cricket continuously.” I can say goodbye to this format in the next few years. It is difficult to play in all three formats. Best wishes to all those who can do this. it is challenging.”
Warner averages above 40 in both Tests and ODIs and his strike rate in the T20 is 140. The next two T20 World Cups are to be held in Australia (this year) and India (next year).
Warner said that he has spoken to former India opener Virender Sehwag to understand the fatigue of playing in all three formats. He said, “I have talked to AB de Villiers and Virender Sehwag who have been playing for a long time. it is challenging. There are three young children and a wife at home and it is difficult to travel continuously. “