David Warner says he has plans to retire from Test cricket in the next 12 months.
The opening batter quietly dropped the huge news in a radio interview with Triple M on Sunday.
The Australian team across all three formats is as unsettled as ever as the team confronts the prospect of ushering in the next generation of players.
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The 36-year-old could be the first to pull the pin and open the floodgates to a series of other established Test players giving up red-ball cricket.
Usman Khawaja, 35, Nathan Lyon 35, Mitchell Starc, 32, Josh Hazlewood, 32, and even Steve Smith, 33, are no certainties to play on forever.
Warner says he intends to continue to play white-ball cricket and wants to be there at the next T20 World Cup in 2024 and the ODI World Cup…