David Warner retirement: Australian cricket team’s punishing opening batter David Warner might be thinking of walking away from the game in next few months as the 36-year-old signed a deal to join the elite Fox Cricket commentary team.
Warner’s journey behind the microphone have to wait more due to his commitment with national team and Big Bash team Sydney Thunder.
The Australian superstar currently plays in all three formats for Australia and will most likely feature in two major ICC tournaments this year. Nothing on Warner’s retirement is confirmed yet but the opener recently confirmed in an interview that he had made a pact with his opening partner Usman Khawaja, to not leave Australia in the lurch by retiring at the same time.
As the senior batter prepares for his life after cricket, streaming platform Netflix India suggested a post-retirement for him. Warner often shares video on social media, imitating actors from South Indian movies. Taking note of this, Netflix India suggested him to begin starring in Telugu moves, after retiring from cricket.
— David Warner (@davidwarner31) January 5, 2023
We’ve seen you dance to Butta Bomma, we know you have what it takes 💯
— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) January 6, 2023
Warner to lead Delhi Capitals, if Rishabh Pant misses IPL 2023?
David Warner has the experience of leading a franchise in IPL before and is the top contender to replace injured Rishabh Pant. Notably, Cricket Australia have banned Warner from becoming a captain, but that ban doesn’t apply to IPL.