Warner to reassess future after summer
November 28, 2022 / 9:43 pm
David Warner will reassess his future at the end of the Test summer, with the opener likely to be the first of the current team to retire from red-ball cricket.
Warner indicated earlier this month he could retire from Test cricket within a year, while eying the chance to play on in white-ball cricket until the 2024 T20 World Cup.
Part of those plans would include maiden series victories for Warner in India and England next season, with the one-day World Cup later in the year also a goal.
Australia has not had a retirement from the Test team since Mitchell Johnson in 2015, but a fresh batch of exits loom in coming years.
Warner and opening partner Usman Khawaja are aged 36 and 35, Nathan Lyon is 34, Steve Smith 33 and Mitchell Starc 32.
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David Warner says he’ll reassess his Test future after the home summer. (Richard Wainwright/AAP PHOTOS)