David Warner will retire from Test cricket, will say goodbye after important series

Australia’s legendary batsman David Warner has discussed the idea of saying goodbye to his Test career. The left-handed opening batsman said in this context that he would say goodbye to Test career after the Sydney Test to be held early next year. Although he has not made any statement about his retirement from international cricket, next year a Test match will be held between Australia and Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground, which will prove to be Warner’s last match.

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David Warner is currently in England, where he will first take part in the World Test Championship final against Team India and then will be seen playing the Ashes series against England. Before the WTC final, he summed up his Test career by saying,
I have been saying earlier also that the World Cup (T20 World Cup 2024) will be my last international match. I probably attribute it to myself and my family. If I score runs in the current series and get a chance to go to Australia, I can say that I will not take part in the Test series against West Indies. If I get out of here and make it to the series against Pakistan, that series will be my last.

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Pakistan team is going to play 3 Test matches on Australia tour, whose last match will be played at Sydney Cricket Ground and David Warner has expressed his desire to play the same match as his last match.

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Want to play T20 World Cup in 2024 – David Warner

David Warner had already given the statement of playing the last match in ODI World 2023, while he has also expressed his desire regarding Test cricket. Although his target is T20 World 2024, about which he said,
I want to play that 2024 World Cup. This goal is something that I have in mind. Before that we have a lot of cricket to play, so I obviously have to play in the IPL, some other franchise leagues and then come and play this tournament in June.

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