Warner eyes SCG farewell from Tests in 2024

The Australian David Warner stated, “I’m hoping to finish my Test career at the Sydney Cricket Ground . After the three-match home series against Pakistan early next year.” on Saturday, June 3, in a statement.

Warner’s reducing performance can be seen by the fact he has managed just one century in 17 Test matches over the past two years. This summer, he hopes to play a final Test in his native Australia before deeming his a. He had stated he wasn’t going to clash following the 20-over World Cup in the following year.

I’ve continually stated I’d play in the World Cup if this were the final game I always play. I am sure that I won’t be part of the West Indies series . Because I owe it to my family and to myself to keep playing in Australia and gain runs here. If I survive this and play in the Pakistan series, I will consider myself to have done it.

Warner served for Australia in 103 Tests, 142 ODIs, and 99 T20Is since drawing his debut in 2009. He is taking part in the coming World Test Championship final along with the Ashes.

“I’ve always viewed each game like it was my last. When I’m around the squad, I want to display a similar youthful energy. I’ve always played and preferred to play cricket in this manner. I just keep trying everything I can to get there. The challenge that this Test against India and any more that come will bring constitutes a challenge I’m looking forward to.

Before making his Twenty20 debut, Warner played in a first-class game. Warner aspires to represent Australia at the T20 World Cup in 2019.He has scored over 40 runs per T20I since 2021, and his strike rate is 147.

“I’m thinking of taking part in the 2024 World Cup. Sometimes, I think about it. There is a lot of cricket before that, and I believe it ends in February. I must thus take part in the IPL and a few other franchise contests before June in order to be qualified to play. There will be chances to play some cricket. Who knows, maybe I’ll make it back and play in a Shield match for New South Wales.

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