David Warner has officially announced his retirement from both One Day Internationals and Test matches.

David Warner, the veteran Australian opener, has taken the decision to retire from one-day international cricket ahead of his final Test match. Warner, who feels “comfortable” with his decision, made this announcement on Monday after Australia’s World Cup victory in India last year. He also expressed that stepping down from ODIs allows him to explore opportunities to play franchise cricket abroad, although he doesn’t completely rule out the possibility of making a comeback as an opener for Australia in the ICC Champions Trophy in 2025. Warner, aged 37, will be playing his last Test match against Pakistan at the SCG starting from Wednesday.

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