David Warner announces retirement from international cricket following T20 World Cup 2024


After helping his side beat West Indies in the first Twenty20 International at Hobart’s Bellerive Oval, Star Australia batter David Warner revealed his plans to retire from international cricket.

Warner has already retired from Test and ODI cricket, playing his last 50-over game on January 1 and bidding farewell to five-day cricket on January 6. In the recent match, he showcased his prowess in the shortest format by scoring a 36-ball 70 with 12 boundaries and a six.

During the post-match presentation, Warner announced that he intends to retire after playing the ICC T20 World Cup in 2024 in the United States and the West Indies, expressing his excitement for the upcoming six-month journey with the team.

If Australia defends their T20 World Cup title, Warner would retire as world champion across all formats, having been part of the side that won the World Test Championship and ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. The defending champions are placed in Group B alongside England, Namibia, Oman and Scotland.


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