David Warner puts an end to speculation about retirement and gives an important hint about participation in the 2027 World Cup

David Warner has clearly hinted that he will feature in the next ODI World Cup in 2027. Warner was an important part of Australia’s victorious 2023 World Cup squad. Warner was Australia’s leading run-scorer in the tournament. While reacting to a post shared on Twitter, the left-handed Australian batsman made it clear that he will play in the next ODI World Cup in 2027.

Warner is currently 37 years old. He had said in early 2023 that the Test series against Pakistan, to be played in December and January, would be his last. However, Warner will continue to play in ODI cricket. In a post on X, it was written that Warner’s ODI career ended with excellent records. In response to this post, Warner replied: “Who said I was done?” That is, he has clearly signaled that he will continue to play in ODI cricket and can play until 2027 too.

Warner scored the most runs for Australia at the 2023 World Cup. He scored 535 runs in 11 innings of 11 matches at an average of 48.64 and a strike rate of 108.30, which included two centuries. His highest score was 163 runs and was achieved against Pakistan.

Warner plays all three formats for Australia. So far, he has played 109 Tests, 161 ODIs and 99 T20 international matches. He has scored 8487 runs in 199 innings in Test, 6932 runs in 159 innings in ODI and 2894 runs in 99 innings in T20 International. He has scored 25 centuries in Test, 22 in ODI and 1 century in T20 International.

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