“I’m well and truly done,” David Warner Bids Farewell to Home Grounds in Final International Clash

At the beginning of the year, Aussie great David Warner bid goodbye to Test cricket. He retired from the longest format of cricket after playing the T20 series against Pakistan. After that, they met West Indies at home for a long series. In the third T20 match, West Indies defeated Australia by 37 runs. Warner had an amazing series and ended up being the player of the series. After the match, David Warner officially declares that his last international match on home turf has concluded.

David Warner’s Outstanding Performance:

After defeating Pakistan in a 3-0 margin, Australia met West Indies on home soil. The tour was contained with two Test matches, three ODI matches, and three T20 matches. David Warner was a part of the series and was ready to conquer is all over again. In the whole series, he proved his class again. 

On February 9, Australia and West Indies met in the first T20 match. In the first match, Warner played an electrifying knock of 70 runs in 36 balls with 12 boundaries and 1 over-boundaries. In the second match, he was dismissed a bit early. But in the third match, he scored 81 runs in 49 balls with 9 boundaries and 3 over-boundaries. Based on these performances, he has been awarded the Player of the Series.

Warner’s Announcement:

The T20 World Cup is scheduled to happen in June 2024. After winning this series against West Indies, they will play a T20 series against New Zealand on Kiwi soil. This was Australia’s final home T20 series before the World Cup. David Warner is all set to retire from international cricket after the T20 World Cup. And he marked his final T20 appearance on home turf in this series. 

After the match, he said, “Good to see the boys play. I’ve got a lot of time off after the next series in New Zealand before the IPL and then to get ready for the T20 World Cup. Great to spend quality time with my kids and just be home. I was surprised that an opening bowler bowling 145+ wasn’t trying to get me out. The boundaries aren’t too big in the Caribbean. I’m well and truly done, We’ve got so many youngsters, it’s time for them to do the job.”

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