Adelaide Australian batsman David Warner may leave the T20 format after 2020, giving him more time for Test cricket. Warner said that he would consider leaving this format after the T20 World Cup. Warner said, ‘I think after the T20 World Cup I will think about it. World Cup is to be played after 6 months. There is a need for good players in Australian cricket and I think now young players should get a chance. Warner said that he is considering saying goodbye to the T20 format due to fatigue.
Adelaide Australian batsman David Warner may leave the T20 format after 2020, giving him more time for Test cricket.
Warner said, ‘I have not thought yet but when you are playing Test cricket your feet get tired. It is not yet decided which format I will leave now, I will leave the T20 format to play a Test match or something and I have not decided yet. Warner had played a long innings of 335 runs in Adelaide. He is the first Australian and the second batsman in the world to score a triple century in the day-night test. Warner’s performance is outstanding in all three formats of cricket. Warner has scored runs at an average of 46.23 in Test cricket, 45.77 in ODIs and 30.57 in T20.