David Warner’s Shocking Retirement Decision Revealed! Will He Make a Miraculous Comeback for Australia’s Champions Trophy in 2025?

David Warner, the experienced cricket player, has decided to retire from playing 50-over cricket and Test matches. He shared this news just before his last Test match in Sydney. He mentioned that winning the World Cup against India in November was his final one-day international (ODI) match.

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In his ODI career, Warner achieved a lot, being a two-time world champion and ending the 2023 World Cup as Australia’s top run-scorer. He scored 6,932 runs at an average of 45.30, including 22 centuries. Among Australians, only Ricky Ponting has scored more ODI centuries.

David Warner will still be playing T20 cricket and hopes to be part of Australia’s World Cup campaign in June. After the Test series against Pakistan, he will play for the Sydney Thunder in at least four games. However, there’s a chance he might miss the KFC BBL finals to play for his ILT20 team, Dubai Capitals, later in the month. He’s currently seeking permission from Cricket Australia to participate in that league, with the first game scheduled for January 21.

Regardless, David Warner won’t be part of Australia’s three-match ODI series against West Indies next month. He might also skip the T20I series to play in the Middle East T20 league, backed by IPL team owners.”

David Warner on His Retirement:

“I’m definitely retiring from one-day cricket as well,” Warner told reporters at an emotional press conference on Monday.

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“That was something that I had said through the World Cup, get through that, and winning it in India, I think that’s a massive achievement.

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“So I’ll make that decision today, to retire from those forms, which does allow me to go and play some other leagues around the world and sort of get the one-day team moving forward a little bit. It might not just be me (retiring), but no-one (else has) said anything, so I think it just is me,” he said. “But it was a decision that I was very comfortable with.”

Warner mentioned that if he continues to play well in the next two years and Australia requires his skills, he would think about joining the team for the Champions Trophy in 2025, set to take place in Pakistan. However, at the moment, this scenario seems doubtful.

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