Australia’s firey batter, David Warner has recently stated that he feels pretty tired and exhausted after having a hectic home season.
Warner was currently participating in the Big Bash League where his team, Sydney Thunder was knocked out by Brisbane Heat.
Additionally, Warner has decided against attending the Cricket Australia awards night on Monday as well.
Moreover, Warner has added that he would like to stay on top of his game when his team faces India for the all-important Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
Prior to BBL, Warner was involved in multiple bilateral series against Zimbabwe, New Zealand, England, West Indies, and South Africa.
Additionally, he was also a member of the T20 World Cup squad in 2022.
It’s been challenging. I’m quite tired, exhausted. There are a few guys who have gone to the UAE league, which aren’t going to the Cricket Australia awards. From my perspective, that would’ve been nice to have had another night at home. But it is what it is.
Warner looking for ways to keep himself refreshed and recharged
Meanwhile, Warner is also looking for ways to keep himself fresh before the Test series against India which is an away series.
Also, there is the ODI World Cup looming over the horizon so that would also be playing on the batter’s mind.
Hopefully next year I can come out and be a little bit fresher than what I am at the moment. It’s going to be a long lead-in to our summer [that includes the ODI World Cup in India]. From a personal point of view, I’m going to have to try and work out how to stay nice and fresh.
Australia’s next assignment is going to be an away Test series against India in February.
Both teams will look to clash in the WTC final in June as well and look to put up better performances.
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