David Warner might reconsider playing all three formats after birth of child
Australia will play the Ashes, a Caribbean tour, and at home and away against New Zealand.
David Warner is due to become a father in September © Getty Images
Sydney: May 18, 2014
Australian opener David Warner has admitted that he would be soon be forced to reconsider his ability to continue to play in all three forms of cricket with a baby on the way with fiancee Candice Falzon.
According to News.com.au, Warner said that he would need to ensure that along with enjoying cricket, he has a balanced lifestyle on and off the field, and admitted that it would be a challenge for him after the baby is born to travel away from his family especially over the next two-and-a-half-years.
The report mentioned that Australian players would play the Ashes, in a Caribbean tour, at home against New Zealand, away at New Zealand and the Indian Premier League ( IPL ). However, Warner said that for a cricketer coming through, it is an amazing experience to be able to play in all three forms and develop as a cricket and test his skills along the lines of international cricket.