- Warner said – My focus is on playing 2 T20 World Cups to be held in India and Australia in 2021 and 2022.
- The first match of the one-day series between Australia and India will be played on 27 November.
The one-day series between Team India and Australia is going to start from 27 November. Before the start of the series, the Australian batsman has given a big statement about his career. Warner said that he had few days left in international cricket. In this way, they will advance their game by keeping control of their migration. At the same time, Warner described life in bio-bubble as challenging.
Warner said that recently I turned 34 years old. When you are over the age of 30, your days in international cricket are left to count. In such a situation, I want to play sensible cricket now.
He said that instead of leaving a wrong impression on the teammates through migration, you should be humble and also respect the opposition players. You should always be patient. Should not be too aggressive nor be angry like children.
Warner also spoke on bio-bubble
Warner said that it is very difficult to play cricket in the middle of the bio-bubble. The reason for Corona is possible nowadays only in the Cricket Bio Secure environment. It also has an impact on your family life. He said that the last 6 months have been very difficult. In the meantime, we have to make a habit of living without bio-bubble and family.
Warner said that quarantine period is mandatory on any tour nowadays. When you look at the calendar, you find that the cricket schedule is very busy. In such a situation, you are able to spend less time with family. A 14-day quarantine in such a hotel becomes even more challenging.
Warner said that I cannot keep my family with me in a situation where my 3 children and wife have been quarantined in the same room for 14 days.
Focusing on T-20 WorldCup
Warner said that I cannot tell how many series I will play for Australia in the next 12 months. But my focus is on playing the next 2 T20 World Cups. The T20 World Cup is to be played in India in 2021 and Australia in 2022.
Indian captain Virat Kohli will return home after playing the first match of the four-match Test series due to the birth of his first child. In such a situation, vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane can take charge of the Indian team for the remaining three matches.
Warner described Kohli and Rahane as complementary to each other and said that Virat will definitely be missed. He is a great player. Rahane is very quiet and comes with a very good approach. He has a very good cricketing mind.