Australia cricketer David Warner who is currently busy with Ashes and struggling in the game for a long time likely to announce his retirement from the long format of the game hinted wife Candice Warner ahead of the fourth Ashes Test on Monday.
The left handed batter known for his aggresive battting style is currently struggling with the bad form and unable to fire runs from the bat.
Warner made his international debut in 2009, and has since scored over 14,000 runs in international cricket. He has scored 25 Test centuries, 19 ODI centuries, and 1 T20I century. He is also the first Australian batsman to score 7 ODI centuries in a calendar year.
Warner’s wife Candice posted a family photo saying that: “The end of an era for us touring with test cricket, it’s been fun”
Pat Cummins on David Warner
Australia captain Pat Cummins when asked about Warner’s place in the playing XI for the fourth Test in Manchester said that the team is keeping all options open, dropping a hint that Warner can be dropped from the team.
“You keep all options open,” Cummins told reporters We’ve got nine or 10 days now, we’ll take a deep breath, we’ll go away for a few days.”
“But you know, everyone comes back into it, Greeny should be fit for Manchester, Josh (Hazlewood) will be back in there as well. “We should have a full roster.”