‘Who said my work is done?’

37-year-old David Warner had a brilliant performance in the ODI World Cup 2023 and was the leading run-scorer for Australia. While his Test retirement is imminent, the southpaw has hinted at continuing to play the 50-over format until at least the next ODI World Cup in 2027.

Earlier this year, Warner had announced that he would retire from the red-ball format after playing the Test series against Pakistan at home in January 2024. After Australia won a record sixth ODI World Cup title, many thought Warner’s swansong was a long way off. However, the diminutive batsman has subtly hinted that he may continue playing ODIs for some time yet.

Responding to a social media post which said that the opener’s World Cup career ended with a ‘fantastic record’ of 1527 runs, the veteran campaigner said. ‘Who said I’m finished??’

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