Sports Desk. Australia’s explosive opening batsman David Warner has said goodbye to Test cricket (David Warner test cricket retirement). He played his last test match in his home ground Sydney (Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney). In the third and final Test match against Pakistan (AUS vs PAK) on Saturday, host Australia gave a memorable farewell to Warner by winning by eight wickets. Meanwhile, India’s great batsman Sachin Tendulkar praised Warner. Left-handed Warner, who played his last Test at SCG, made his retirement memorable by scoring a half-century of 57 runs in the second innings of the match. Read More – IND vs ENG: Former Indian cricketer took a jibe at ECB, Aakash Chopra said – bring your chef with you in IPL also
Let us tell you that Tendulkar congratulated Warner for his cricket career on his social media account and praised him profusely. He wrote that from becoming an explosive T20 batsman to becoming a versatile Test player, Warner’s journey is an example of adaptability and patience. His change and development in the game has been remarkable. He displayed aggressive intent while mastering the art of pacing the innings. Congratulations David on a wonderful Test career! Best wishes to you and your family.
It is noteworthy that 37-year-old Australia’s star batsman Warner has played 112 Tests and 161 ODI matches so far in his international career. During this period, this left-handed opening batsman has scored 8786 test runs in Test cricket. He has 26 centuries and 37 half-centuries to his name in Tests. In ODIs, he has scored 6932 runs with the help of 22 centuries and 33 half-centuries. He has played 99 T20 international matches for Australia so far. Warner has scored 2894 runs in the shortest format of cricket. He has one century and 24 half-centuries to his name in this format. Warner has recently announced his retirement from ODI cricket also.