Ashes 2021:David Warner hints about his retirement from Test cricket, wants to beat India in India

David Warner wants to beat again England in 2023. Also hinted about his test retirement plans.

Ashes 2021 – David Warner, Australian dynamite wants to humiliate India in their domain in the next visit. Since Adam Gilchrist or Mathew Hayden’s retirement, the assurance and solidity given by David Warner for the opening slot have nothing short of the class batsman.

David Warner who has no first-class experience made his way to the toughest dressing room in world cricket. Aggression, pinch-hitting, and ruthless cricket David Warner arrived as a complete package. In the past decade of cricket, the southpaw has established himself as the opener for the team across the formats. Critics had said this chap was just the T20 player but the way Warner answered especially after return from the ban. He will there on the list among one of the greats of the game by the end of his flamboyant career.

Australia has defeated England in the Ashes series with a lead of 3-0. But still, Warner feels as a batsman I have too few more things wants to achieve before stopping playing red-ball cricket.

“Australia haven’t beaten India in India. It’s the best thing to do and England in England. Back in 2019 series had drawn and in the next visit if I find myself playing XI. I want to retain the Ashes series back,” David Warner narrates in an interaction with ESPN.

On the previous occasions against England and India, Warner played 8 tests against India and 5 tests against England. On those tours, Warner had a rough phase of his career averaging below 27. That’s the part Warner wants to better before any big plans about his test career.

Warner believes age hardly matters to players these days and Southpaw has performance in the World Cup T20 and the ongoing Ashes series speaks about his volume.

“When you see players like James Anderson playing at such age. There is the kind of assurance player like me recieve and the barrier Anderson set for us. But at last my focus has to play at my best in every occasion,” David Warner highlighted to ESPN.

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