Sports Desk. Australian opener David Warner has revealed that if he had not scored runs, he would have retired from Test cricket after the second match of the Ashes Series 2023 at Lord’s Cricket Ground, London last year. Was ready to retire from.
Ahead of the World Test Championship final (WTC Final 2023) against India at the start of the England tour, Warner had expressed his ambition to retire in this week’s Sydney Test (AUS vs PAK 3rd test at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney). Warner, on the eve of his final Test against Pakistan, explained how Lord’s could have been great if he didn’t feel he was contributing to the team.
Warner said that I had said this clearly in England before the World Test Championship, when there was a lot of discussion about me and my form. He said that I wanted to nip it in the bud. I said my ideal preparation for the finale would be Sydney. But I actually chose Lord’s as my last Test. Especially when I was not able to perform well in partnership with Usman Khawaja at the top order. Then from there it started that we played some good innings together. I didn’t have a century in England, which I always wanted. He said that as a team we contributed, so to reach this end is amazing, but it is not about me, it is about us.
This destructive left-handed batsman said on the ongoing Test series against Pakistan that we have clinched the series by winning the first two matches, but whitewashing Pakistan 3-0 would be a very good thing for the team. The 37-year-old Australian player said that I have never fit myself into any mold, but I have been authentic and honest towards my game. I think its effect is visible on the field in Test cricket. I am still trying my best to improve in this last test also. I am hungry to score runs. He stressed that he never doubted his ability but wanted to make the best decisions for the team.
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