Player Announces Potential Return from Retirement: A Hint at Making a Comeback to Win Another T20 World Cup Title

David Warner Hints at Retirement Again, Wants to Play in Champions Trophy

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David Warner, the Australian cricketer, has hinted at retirement once again. Warner retired from all formats of cricket after the T20 World Cup 2024. He played his last T20 International match against India in the T20 World Cup 2024, where Australia lost. Warner has had a successful career, winning the T20 World Cup 2021 title with the Australian team.

David Warner Wants to Play in the Champions Trophy

Warner expressed his desire to play in the Champions Trophy, a 50-over tournament, on Instagram. He said that he will continue to play franchise cricket for some time and if selected in the national team, he is also ready to play the Champions Trophy.

Warner has previously expressed his desire to play in the Champions Trophy, stating it while announcing his retirement from ODIs and Tests in January. The Champions Trophy is returning after eight years, and Warner’s comments suggest that he is eager to be a part of the tournament.

Such Has Been the Career of David Warner

Warner has had an illustrious career, becoming Australia’s highest and the world’s seventh-highest run-scorer in the T20 format. He has scored 3,277 runs in 110 matches at an average of 33.43 and a strike rate of 142.47. He also thanked his family, fans, and teammates for their support throughout his career.

In addition to his T20 career, Warner has also had success in Test and ODI formats. He has scored 8,786 runs in 112 Test matches between 2011 and 2024 at an average of 44.59 with 26 centuries and 37 half-centuries. He has also scored 6,932 runs in 161 ODIs at an average of 45.30 with the help of 22 centuries and 33 half-centuries.

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