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After retirement, David Warner is planning to write his autobiography. Regarding which he has recently given a big statement.

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David Warner: Australia’s legendary player David Warner has retired from Test and ODI formats. David Warner will continue to play the T20 format. He has also expressed his desire to play ICC Champions Trophy 2025. David Warner played the last match of his Test career against Pakistan in Sydney.

Australia captured that series 3-0. David Warner played an inning of 57 runs in 75 balls in the last innings of his Test career. After retirement, David Warner is planning to write his autobiography. Regarding which he has recently given a big statement.

David Warner will write autobiography

David Warner talked about plans to write an autobiography during an interview with Adam Gilchrist and former England captain Michael Vaughan on the Prairie Club Fire podcast. Warner told that the book will contain details of his cricket journey. There will also be things regarding the Sandpaper Gate controversy in 2018 due to which he was banned for 12 months.

David Warner said during the podcast, ‘There is definitely a book in the pipeline, and I think it will be interesting. There will be many things in that book that I think will surprise people. Now I have to edit some chapters and add some more things. It was of 1500 pages, now it is probably 2000.

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The big question is who will replace David Warner?

There is a continuous discussion going on about who will be David Warner’s replacement after his retirement in Tests. David Warner believes that Steve Smith who has been batting at number-4 for a long time. He can do great work as an opener. Let us tell you that Steve Smith has also expressed his desire to open in Test cricket. David Warner has also called Steve Smith the best Test batsman in the world.

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