Will David Warner’s career end tragic? This fear haunted the Australian veteran
David Warner was eliminated from the second Test match of the current Border Gavaskar Trophy। He has currently returned to Australia
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Australia star opener David Warner has been in the news for some time। His bat has not done anything special for a long time। He could score only 1, 10 and 15 in the three innings of the current Border Gavaskar Trophy against India। He was then eliminated before the second innings of the Delhi Test and returned home। He had recently made a statement about his career at Sydney Airport, arriving in Australia and expressed his desire to play in the White Ball Cricketer and the upcoming Ashes Series by 2024। Now the fear of the tragic end of his career has been haunting former Australian captain Ricky Ponting.
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting fears that poor form-ridden David Warner is in danger of being eliminated from the Ashes series and has long failed to bat His test career may also have a sad end after that। Ponting feels Warner will struggle to get a place in the Ashes team touring England and his Test career probably won’t end o iin his terms। The left-handed batsman scored at an average of just 9.5 on the last England tour in 2019। This may also be enough to keep them away from the team। There are many things about this, Ponting.
This fear of punting
Ponting spoke to ‘ RSN Cricket ’, saying that, I heard him talking about his cycle। The current cycle will end after the World Test Championship which is a week before the first Ashes Test and I think everything went well then at least Fewer wants to keep David with him until the end of this Test match। However it will depend on them। As a batsman you can, only score runs and get stuck in a difficult situation if you don’t score runs। This has happened to all of us, it has happened to me as well। When you reach a certain age and it seems that your form is falling a bit, critics dominate and then it doesn’t take long.
Warner should have left Test cricket after that match…
Ricky Ponting further stated that He feels that Warner should have left Test cricket after scoring a double century in the Boxing Day Test against South Africa in Melbourne, which was also his 100th match। Or they should have done so after the next match played at their home ground in Sydney। He said that to finish the way he wanted, I think he should have done it after the Sydney Test। He scored 200 runs in Melbourne, played his 100th Test, Played his 101st Test in Sydney which was at his home ground and probably should have ended his Test career there.
Talking about David Warner’s test career, he has scored 8158 runs in 187 innings of 103 matches। Their names are recorded in this format with 25 centuries and 34 half-centuries । His best test score is 335 runs unbeaten। At the ODI, Warner scored 6007 runs in 139 innings of 141 matches। Warner has also scored 2894 for Australia, playing 99 matches at T20 International। He is currently one of Australia’s most senior players। Warner, 36, made his international debut in 2009 with the T20 format.
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