Border Gavaskar Trophy: Australian opener David Warner ruled out of remaining test matches due to elbow injury

Due to his elbow fracture, David Warner will not play in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy’s final two Test matches. The three-match ODI series against India will start at the end of March, and he will travel back to Sydney to rest.

During the first innings of the second Test in Delhi, Warner took a blow from Mohammed Siraj and sustained a hairline fracture in his left elbow. He was struck on the helmet two overs later, experienced delayed concussion symptoms, and was removed from the Test match.


His elbow is still bothering him even though his concussion symptoms have subsided. At first, it was believed that the hairline fracture was so slight that it could not impact his play in Indore.

Warner was planning to stay in India as of Monday night in an effort to play the third Test. He was, however, officially ruled out after additional examinations of his pain and range of motion, and he will now return to his family’s home.