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David Warner hints at comeback at Champions Trophy on one condition after ODI retirement

David Warner hints at comeback at Champions Trophy on one condition after ODI retirement

Despite announcing his retirement, David Warner hinted at his availability to return for the Champions Trophy in two years time

Australia opener David Warner hinted at his availability for the Champions Trophy after he announced his retirement from ODIs. Days before his final Test in Sydney, the southpaw shocked the world by announcing his retirement from the limited-overs format of the game.

Warner hints at return to ODIs after retirement

However, Warner left the door open for his comeback to ODIs, hinting at a potential return at the Champions Trophy. Speaking to reporters while announcing his retirement, the southpaw said that he would be available if he was playing decent cricket and if someone was needed for the Champions Trophy which is two years away.

I know there’s a Champions Trophy coming up and if I’m playing decent cricket still in two years’ time and they need someone, I’m going to be available,” Warner said.

In 159 ODI innings, Warner has ammassed 6,932 runs averaging 45.30 in career which has spanned over a decade. The Australia made his ODI debut against South Africa in 2009 and has gone on to be a vital part of the side’s white-ball format squad. The southpaw is also a two-time World Cup winner.

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