David Warner’s Wife Candice Writes Heartwarming Note for Husband Post His International Cricket Retirement

David Warner, the dynamic Australian opener, has officially retired from international cricket after a prolific 15-year career. Warner played his final match against India in the T20 World Cup 2024 on June 24. Known for his aggressive batting style, Warner’s career has been marked by both brilliance on the field and controversies off it, including the infamous sandpaper scandal.

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Following his retirement, his wife Candice Warner shared a touching tribute on Instagram, celebrating his achievements and expressing her excitement for his return home. She highlighted his numerous records and contributions to Australian cricket, stating, “We will miss seeing you play for Australia but we are so excited to have you home more.”

Warner’s illustrious career includes playing 374 innings as an opener, scoring 49 international centuries, and amassing 18,995 runs across all formats. He is the only Australian to play 100 games in all three formats and ranks second only to Ricky Ponting in several records.

Australia’s T20 World Cup 2024 campaign saw them excel in the group stages but falter in the Super 8s, losing crucial matches to Afghanistan and India, leading to their exit from the tournament.

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David Warner’s retirement marks the end of an era for Australian cricket, as he leaves behind a legacy of remarkable performances and indomitable spirit.

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David Warner, the dynamic Australian opener, has officially retired from international cricket after a prolific 15-year career. Warner played his final match against India in the T20 World Cup 2024 on June 24. Known for his aggressive batting style, Warner's career has been marked by both brilliance on the field and controversies off it, including the infamous sandpaper scandal.

Following his retirement, his wife Candice Warner shared a touching tribute on Instagram, celebrating his achievements and expressing her excitement for his return home. She highlighted his numerous records and contributions to Australian cricket, stating, "We will miss seeing you play for Australia but we are so excited to have you home more."

Warner's illustrious career includes playing 374 innings as an opener, scoring 49 international centuries, and amassing 18,995 runs across all formats. He is the only Australian to play 100 games in all three formats and ranks second only to Ricky Ponting in several records.

Australia's T20 World Cup 2024 campaign saw them excel in the group stages but falter in the Super 8s, losing crucial matches to Afghanistan and India, leading to their exit from the tournament.

David Warner's retirement marks the end of an era for Australian cricket, as he leaves behind a legacy of remarkable performances and indomitable spirit.

Stay updated with all the cricketing action, follow Cricadium on WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Telegram, and Instagram