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Jan 1, 2024

David Warner announces ODI retirement


​David Warner

David Warner ended his one-day career as a two-time world champion after finishing the 2023 World Cup in India as his team's leading run scorer.

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Two-time World Cup winner

David Warner is considered as one of Australia's and world's most destructive batters in recent times, helping the team win the World Cup in 2015 and 2023.

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Farewell Test

The 37-year-old will pad up in his 112th and final Test in his home city Sydney on Wednesday against Pakistan.

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ODI debut

The left-handed opener made his ODI debut in 2009 in a match against South Africa in Hobart.

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Glittering career

Since then, Warner has played 161 ODIs, scoring 6932 runs at an average of 45.30 with the help of 22 hundreds and 33 fifties.

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Aussie legend

Warner is Australia's sixth-highest run-scorer in men's ODIs and second on the hundreds list behind Ricky Ponting who played 205 more ODI innings than Warner.

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Test cricket

In the 111 Tests he has played so far, Warner has scored 8695 runs at an average of 44.58 with 26 hundreds and 36 fifties.

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T20 World Cup

Warner will continue to be available for Australia in T20 cricket and is hopeful of featuring in the T20 World Cup in June in the Caribbean and USA.

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Delhi Capitals

Warner holds an IPL contract with the Delhi Capitals and he could be one of the most sought after cricketers on the domestic T20 circuit.

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Dubai Capitals captain

Warner has been appointed the new captain of International League T20 (ILT20) franchise Dubai Capitals for the upcoming 2024 season.

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