Sydney: Australian opener David Warner admitted that playing cricket while living in a biologically safe environment in the midst of the Kovid-19 pandemic has had an impact on his family life and now his main goal is to be in his next two T20 World Cups. To represent the country.
Warner admitted that the last six months as an international cricketer were very difficult. He also refused to commit to playing a certain number of series for Australia in the next 12 months.
David Warner said, ‘It is very difficult to do this. The last six months have been very challenging. Biologically safe environment and trying to get used to living without family.
He said, ‘Each player faced different situations. If you look at the calendar, then the next 12 months is very difficult, surely there will come a time when you want to spend time with your family. We are not getting time to meet our family and will have to spend 14 days in the hotel after playing, it is going to be very difficult if we bring our wife and three children here.
Warner (David Warner) said, ‘I would never put him in such a situation that he had to spend 14 days in isolation at home’.
Warner said that at the age of 34, he would prefer to play more T20 matches in the future, especially given the two T20 World Cups in the next two years.
The next two T20 World Cups are to be held in India in 2021 and Australia in 2022.
Warner (David Warner) said, ‘We have already talked about this as a player and coaching staff. I think if you look at our ODI and T20 teams, then we are choosing a team that will play in the next few World Cups. If we take a break, it will be between these series. Of course the priority is to play in these World Cups.
He said, ‘Given the T20 World Cup in India, priority is T20. After this, T20 World Cup is to be held in Australia too. Therefore, there will be a lot of T20 cricket in the next two years while the teams will also prepare for the World Cup to be held in 2023 ‘.