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David Warner wants to win series in India before retirement

By: Team NewsdayExpress | Posted: 29 Dec, 2021

Melbourne. Australia opener David Warner is aiming to beat India on their soil and win the Ashes series in England before retiring from Test cricket. The explosive batsman turned 35 in October during the T20 World Cup 2021, where he won the Player of the Tournament award in Australia’s maiden title win. By the time the next Ashes series against England, he will be 37 years old.

But, as Australia clinched the home Ashes series 3-0 within 12 days at the MCG on Tuesday, the left-hander suggested the batsman might want to score some crucial goals before retiring in the longest format of the game.

“I want to win the Test series in India with my team as well as win the next Ashes series in England,” Warner told ESPN Cricinfo.

The opener has played 13 and 8 Tests in three series in England and two in India respectively. But both countries have scored runs at an average of 26 and 24 without scoring a century.

However, Warner has silenced his critics with stellar performances in the T20 World Cup and the Ashes series. He feels he has an opportunity to score big next year.

“I think James Anderson is an inspiration to other players because he is giving his best even at this age,” he said. (IANS)

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