The Australian fan wants to retire after winning the Test series in India, said the big dream

New Delhi: Australia’s explosive opener David Warner has made a big statement about the Test series in India. David Warner says he wants to retire after winning the Test series in India. We tell you that for 17 years Australia have been yearning to win the Test series in India. Australia last beat Team India 2-1 in a Test series on Indian soil in 2004. Since then, India have lost to Australia in every Test series on home soil.

The big dream is to win the Test series in India

We tell you that Australia will have to play a 4 match Test series against Team India on Indian soil in November 2022. According to Warner, he wants to go to India and win the Test series. He also has a dream of beating England in the Ashes series at home. He can think of Test retirement after so many things. Australia’s legendary opener David Warner. He has had the same success in Test cricket as he has in ODIs and T20s.

I want to beat England in England too

David Warner has played many great innings in Test cricket. When David Warner was asked about his retirement after the third Ashes Test win over England, he said he had set some goals for himself and could announce his retirement later.

This is a complete retirement plan

“Winning the Ashes series in Australia was definitely a big goal,” David Warner said in a Channel 7 interview. We have yet to beat India in India. This is also one of my goals. Besides, of course we want to go to England and beat England in the Ashes. Last time we played a draw, but hopefully if we can do that then I can think of retiring after that. We tell you that in the last Ashes series, Australia went to England and played a 2-2 draw and this time they unilaterally defeated the English team in the first three matches. Warner has made a significant contribution to the team’s victory.


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