David Warner Announced his Retirement From Test Cricket: Know the Details Here!

Veteran cricketer David Warner has announced his retirement from Test matches for the Australian cricket team. This information was published on the official website of ICC. In January 2024, he will take the pitch against Pakistan for the final time in a Test match.

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Prior to this, Warner will compete in the World Test Championship and Ashes series’ final game. Australia and Pakistan will play a test series starting in January 2024. Warner will participate in his final game during this.

Warner is presently in England getting ready for the decisive game against India. After that, beginning on June 16, Warner will take part in the Ashes series against England. Warner has reportedly recently discussed retiring from Test matches, according to news reports posted on the ICC website.

In January 2024, he will step down during the match between Pakistan and Sydney. His territory is here. They may also play a two-match Test series against the West Indies before this.

Significantly, Warner has had a great career thus far. In 102 test matches, he has scored 8158 runs. Warner has achieved 34 half-centuries, 25 centuries, and 3 double centuries over this time.

His highest total in a test match was 335 runs. He has excelled against numerous powerful teams, including Pakistan, West Indies, India, and England.

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