David Warner pledges to fight for career after double century, Player of the Match performance, scores, video highlights
, 2022-12-29 06:00:00,
David Warner has downplayed suggestions next week’s New Year’s Test will be his final one after a dominant performance in his 100th match.
Despite coming into the second Test against South Africa under a mountain of pressure, Warner played one of the best knocks of his career, and was named the player of the match for his 255-ball innings of 200.
Such was Australia’s dominance that Warner almost outscored the Proteas in both innings, as Australia ran out winners by an innings and 182 runs.
Following the match, Warner was asked about whether this would be his last Boxing Day Test and offered an interesting response.
“You never know,” he said.
“I’ve obviously committed to playing next year’s (Twenty20) World Cup. If I’m still feeling as fit as I can then I’ll keep going for as long as I can.
“If I get that tap on the shoulder, then I’m going to have to go.”
As impressive as Australia has been so far in the series, South Africa has been equally disappointing.
The tourists were blasted for a lack of professionalism after being throttled at the MCG to lose their first series in Australia since the summer of 2005-06.
Despite the series being billed as a…
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