Australian star batter David Warner on Monday introduced retiring from one-day worldwide (ODI) cricket after stepping away from Check cricket.
Nevertheless, Warner will maintain the door open to play the 2025 Champions Trophy if wanted.
The 37-year-old will pad up in his 112th and remaining Check this week, having plundered 8,695 runs at a median of 44.58, with 26 centuries and 36 half-centuries.
At a press convention on the Sydney Cricket Floor, he additionally introduced his retirement from ODIs.
“I´ve got to give back to the family and also on the back of that I’m definitely retiring from one-day cricket as well,” he stated.
“That was one thing that I had stated by way of the World Cup, get by way of that, and successful it in India, I believe that´s an enormous achievement.
“So I’ll make that call immediately, to retire from these types, which does permit me to go and play another (T20) leagues world wide and kind of get the one-day crew transferring ahead just a little bit.
“I know there´s a Champions Trophy coming up. If I´m playing decent cricket in two years´ time and I´m around and they need someone, I´m going to be available,” he added.
The Champions Trophy has not been performed since 2017, however is ready to be introduced again in 2025 in Pakistan. Historically 50-over cricket, reviews have stated there’s a push underway to make Twenty20.
Warner will depart one-day cricket after enjoying 161 matches, smashing 6,932 runs at a median of 45.30.