David Warner confirms international retirement after T20 World Cup 2024.
David Warner has disclosed his retirement plans, confirming that he will step away from international cricket following the conclusion of the 2024 T20 World Cup.
On Friday, veteran Australian batsman David Warner confirmed that he will retire from cricket after the conclusion of the 2024 T20 World Cup in June. Warner made this announcement following Australia's 11-run victory against West Indies in the first of the three T20I matches at Bellerive Oval in Hobart. Having already retired from ODI and Test cricket, the 37-year-old revealed his decision to retire from the 50-over format on January 1st and played his final Test match on January 6th, receiving a standing ovation after scoring a century and a half-century in Australia's victory against Pakistan at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
In his 100th appearance for Australia in T20I cricket, making him the third cricketer in history to achieve 100-plus matches in each international format, Warner played a pivotal role in Australia's 1-0 lead against West Indies, scoring 70 runs off just 36 balls. Warner's impressive performance, combined with Adam Zampa's three-wicket haul, helped Australia fend off a strong comeback attempt by the Windies.