Warner announces return from retirement, may return from Champions Trophy

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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Warner announces return from retirement, may return from Champions Trophy


New Delhi. Australia cricket team's dashing opener David Warner has announced his retirement after the recently played ICC T20 World Cup. This explosive batsman, who has said goodbye to all formats of cricket, has decided to make a comeback. Through a post on social media, David Warner has expressed his desire to play for Australia in the Champions Trophy. He has informed the selectors about his availability for team selection.

David Warner had bid farewell to all three formats of international cricket one after the other. He announced his retirement from Test cricket after the series played against Pakistan in December last year. After this, David Warner bid farewell to this format after the ODI World Cup played in India. In the ICC T20 World Cup played this year, the Australian team was eliminated from the Super 8 itself. Warner had bid farewell to international cricket completely along with his retirement from T20. Now he has expressed his desire to play in the Champions Trophy played in ODI format.

Warner comes out of retirement
Australia's dashing opener David Warner wrote in a social media post that he will continue to play franchise cricket and wants to play for Australia in the Champions Trophy as well. Warner wrote, I will continue to play franchise cricket for some time now. I am also available to play the Champions Trophy for Australia, if the selectors give me a place in the team.


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