Australian World Cup-winner David Warner has dismissed the suggestion that he has played his final one-day international. Warner, who expressed his desire to retire from red-ball cricket after the Ashes in June, had previously not mentioned his plans for one-day cricket. Many had assumed that his retirement would also include the 50-over format, but Warner’s recent comments suggest he may still have plans to continue playing ODI cricket. His impressive record of 1537 runs in one-day internationals, along with his energetic performance in the field during the World Cup, suggests that he still has a lot to offer in the format. Warner was expected to continue playing in the T20 format until the World Cup in June 2024, but his latest comments hint at a potential change in plans. For the latest news and updates on all kinds of sports, readers are encouraged to sign up for a free sport email newsletter.
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