Australia’s opener David Warner wants to win the 2023 Ashes series in England and beat India on his soil before he retires from Test cricket. After taking a 3-0 lead in the Ashes series within 12 days, the 35-year-old Warner admitted that his work was not done.
Warner was the Player of the Tournament in the T20 World Cup this year and Australia won the title for the first time. He told ‘ESPN Cricinfo’, ‘We have not beat India in India yet, we would like to do that. The series was drawn in England in 2019 but hopefully we will win next time.
Warner, who played 13 Tests in three series in England and eight Tests in two series in India, has had poor records in both the countries, scoring runs at 26 and 24 respectively and not scoring a single century. He will be 37 by the next Ashes series, but age is just a statistic for him.
He said, ‘James Anderson has set standards for older players. I don’t want to miss any chance to score runs for my side. I am in form. Looking forward to a big innings in the new year.
David Warner, who made Sunrisers Hyderabad the IPL champion under his captaincy, has a different fan following among Indians. He has been posting many videos on social media while dancing with his entire family in Telugu songs.
Let us tell you that Warner was removed as the SRH captaincy in the middle of the IPL 2021 season, after which Kane Williamson took his place. Australia defeated England on Tuesday to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-Test series.