David Warner Opens The Door For CT 2025

David Warner Opens The Door For CT 2025

David Warner has hinted at an ODI return for Australia in CT 2025

Deepansh Bajaj July 9, 2024

David Warner has hinted at a temporary return to international Cricket, stating that he is still open to playing for Australia in the upcoming Champions trophy in Pakistan. Warner's international career came to an end when Australia lost to eventual champions India in the recently concluded T20 World Cup Super 8 group game.

Warner has had a great career, he smashed 49 international tons. In terms of medal tally, Warner has won the ODI World Cup twice in 2015 at home and in 2023 in India. He has won the T20 World Cup once in 2021. He is also a World Test Champion, a final which Australia won against India at Kia Oval in London last year. The only title that is missing in Warner's closet is the Champions Trophy.

Warner retired from the Test circuit in the home test series against Pakistan. He had already announced that he will be retiring from ODI post the World Cup in 2023. Earlier this year he revealed that he would be playing his last T20 World Cup.

Warner on Playing Champions Trophy

The opener had already revealed earlier that he would be open to returning to the national set-up just to feature in the Champions Trophy next year, scheduled to be held in Pakistan. In a social media post, the left-hander reiterated his wish to play in the tournament 'if selected', considering he will continue to play franchise cricket around the world.

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