David Warner Hints at Possible Return for Champions Trophy 2025

This year, the entire cricket fraternity experienced another thrilling edition of the T20 World Cup. In the next year, the Champions Trophy is coming back after 2017. Fans are excited for that tournament. But there is a twist. David Warner has retired from all formats of cricket after the T20 World Cup 2024. However, he mentioned that he is willing to play in the Champions Trophy next year if selected by the Australian team.

Warner’s Goodbye to Cricket:

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A glorious era ended in Australian cricket. David Warner retired from all formats of cricket following Australia’s exit from the T20 World Cup 2024, where he was an opening batsman. This marked the end of his international career. Warner had previously announced his retirement from Test cricket in January and revealed that the previous year’s ODI World Cup would be his last in the 50-over format. Warner ended his ODI career with 6,932 runs at an average of 45.30, including 22 centuries. 

His final Test match was played against Pakistan earlier this year. Warner’s retirement came after Australia‘s disappointing performance in the T20 World Cup 2024. Despite not being at his best during the tournament, Warner’s contributions to the sport have been significant. He announced his decision with a farewell post on Instagram, bringing a close to his illustrious career in professional cricket. 

Chances of coming back in the Champions Trophy:

David Warner has retired from all formats following the T20 World Cup 2024 but mentioned on Instagram that he hopes to play for Australia again in the Champions Trophy 2025. Reflecting on his career, Warner expressed his desire to be part of the tournament, which will take place in Pakistan next February and March.

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In his social media handle, he wrote, “Chapter closed!! It’s been an unbelievable experience to play at the highest level for such a long period. Australia was my team. The majority of my career was at the international level. It’s been an honour to be able to do this. 100+ games in all formats is my highlight. I want to say thanks to everyone out there who has made this possible. My wife and my girls, who sacrificed so much, thank you for all your support. No person will ever know what we’ve been through”

Then he added, “For all the cricket fans out there, I truly hope I have entertained you and changed cricket, especially tests, in a way where we scored a bit faster than others. We cannot do what we love without the fans, so thanks. I will continue to play franchise cricket for a while, and I am also open to playing for Aus in the Champions trophy if selected. To the players and staff, thanks for putting up with me. No more what’s app junk, your ears are now going to be free of my voice. This team has had unbelievable success the Last few years and long may this continue. Pat Cummins, Andrew old Mac and staff have got this.”

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This year, the entire cricket fraternity experienced another thrilling edition of the T20 World Cup. In the next year, the Champions Trophy is coming back after 2017. Fans are excited for that tournament. But there is a twist. David Warner has retired from all formats of cricket after the T20 World Cup 2024. However, he mentioned that he is willing to play in the Champions Trophy next year if selected by the Australian team.

Warner’s Goodbye to Cricket:

A glorious era ended in Australian cricket. David Warner retired from all formats of cricket following Australia's exit from the T20 World Cup 2024, where he was an opening batsman. This marked the end of his international career. Warner had previously announced his retirement from Test cricket in January and revealed that the previous year's ODI World Cup would be his last in the 50-over format. Warner ended his ODI career with 6,932 runs at an average of 45.30, including 22 centuries. 

His final Test match was played against Pakistan earlier this year. Warner's retirement came after Australia's disappointing performance in the T20 World Cup 2024. Despite not being at his best during the tournament, Warner's contributions to the sport have been significant. He announced his decision with a farewell post on Instagram, bringing a close to his illustrious career in professional cricket. 

Chances of coming back in the Champions Trophy:

David Warner has retired from all formats following the T20 World Cup 2024 but mentioned on Instagram that he hopes to play for Australia again in the Champions Trophy 2025. Reflecting on his career, Warner expressed his desire to be part of the tournament, which will take place in Pakistan next February and March.

In his social media handle, he wrote, “Chapter closed!! It’s been an unbelievable experience to play at the highest level for such a long period. Australia was my team. The majority of my career was at the international level. It’s been an honour to be able to do this. 100+ games in all formats is my highlight. I want to say thanks to everyone out there who has made this possible. My wife and my girls, who sacrificed so much, thank you for all your support. No person will ever know what we’ve been through”

Then he added, “For all the cricket fans out there, I truly hope I have entertained you and changed cricket, especially tests, in a way where we scored a bit faster than others. We cannot do what we love without the fans, so thanks. I will continue to play franchise cricket for a while, and I am also open to playing for Aus in the Champions trophy if selected. To the players and staff, thanks for putting up with me. No more what’s app junk, your ears are now going to be free of my voice. This team has had unbelievable success the Last few years and long may this continue. Pat Cummins, Andrew old Mac and staff have got this.”

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