David Warner has no ‘regrets’ about ODI career, advocates ‘putting Australian cricket first’

David Warner has no ‘regrets’ about ODI career, advocates ‘putting Australian cricket first’

Reflecting on his nearly 13-year long ODI career, David Warner said that he has no regrets whatsoever about it as he retired

Australia opener David Warner revealed that he had no regrets while reflecting on his ODI career as the southpaw announced his retirement from the limited-overs format of the game. As he bid farewell after capping his career off by lifting the World Cup, Warner reflected on the hurdles he had to face in his career and how it helped him shape his mentality.

No regrets for Warner as he hangs his boots in ODIs

As per FOX News, the left-handed batter said that he has faced many obstacles in his career which he has dealt with dignity. Asserting his passion for the game, Davey said that he not only wanted to ensure he gained the respect but also put Australian cricket first.

“Reflecting back on that whole period, my whole career, I’ve got no regrets, because you’re going to have a lot of hurdles that you have to jump. There’s going to be obstacles in the way. But you have to move forward,” he said.

I’ve done that with dignity. I’ve come back and I have got a lot of passion for the game. And it was important from my perspective to make sure that I’ve given back.

I (wanted to make) sure that I’ve not just gained the respect back, but making sure that I’m putting Australian cricket first.

“I want every young kid who wants to play cricket to dream to play for Australia and that was really important to me when I came back.”


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