I Love Cricket, If Not, I Would Probably Retire, Says David Warner
Ever since the ball-tampering saga surfaced at Cape Town in South Africa, explosive Australian opener David Warner has been the most common headliner. He faced the wrath of his countrymen after his malpractice in the gentleman’s game cricket.
However, the top-order batsman Warner is doing every possible thing in order to get back the trust of his fans across the world. As of now, he is taking the active part in whatever tournaments he finds in the possibility to feature.
Warmer recently landed his feet in Canada – to make his presence in it alongside Steven Smith during the maiden edition of Global T20 League. Now, he has moved to Strike League alongside the ball-tamperer Cameron Bancroft.
I will continue to keep working my backside off: David Warner
Despite all his struggle, Warner is still receiving the taunts from the crowd but he is trying to concentrate on his game.
Speaking of the same, Warner remarked that he is trying his heart out to regain the trust and wants to score as many runs as possible to don the baggy green.
Warner added all the tournaments which are coming on his way serve as the stepping stones to return to the Australian team. He went to say that he wants to score runs for each team which he represents.
“I’m here to play cricket and I love doing that. I wouldn’t be here today and continue to keep working my backside off to keep scoring runs for each team that I play for if I didn’t love it,” Warner said.
“I wouldn’t be here, I’d probably retire,” he remarked.
“This (Strike League) is just a little stepping stone to continue my progress to enable myself to keep scoring as many runs as I can for every single team I play for in the next eight months. 100 per cent, if they select me. I’ll be putting my hand up as much as I can,” Warner pointed out.
However, it would be interesting to see whether Cricket Australia considers David Warner’s hard work in improving his game during the suspension.
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