David Warner is unable to give time to his family
Australian opener David Warner is unable to give time to his family as he is busy playing cricket in the bio-safety zone due to Corona’s influence. His goal is to represent the country in the next two T20 World Cups.
The last six months have been a bad time for international cricketers. “International cricket and family are becoming increasingly difficult to manage in the Corona situation,” Warner said. The family is not being given time for the bio-safety zone.
‘Every player has a different situation. Looking at the cricket calendar, it is clear that the next 12 months are very important for us. We usually give time to the family at leisure after the game. But now we can’t go to the family because of biological protection. It is difficult to be in quarantine for 14 days without a wife and children, ”Warner said in a video interview with the official broadcaster of the India-Australia series Sony.
The 34-year-old opener is keen to focus more on T20. The goal is to represent Ajit in the next two T20 World Cups.
‘Our players and coaching staff are working regularly on the next ODI and T20 World Cup. Our team is also playing well in limited-overs tournaments.
‘The next T20 World Cup is going to be in India. Then there is the ODI World Cup in 2023. We still have a lot of cricket matches left and we need to be more prepared accordingly.
Warner has also withdrawn from the Big Bash from his own name. As long as you are playing international cricket, stay away from the Big Bash. He also mentioned giving time to the family as a reason.
‘I have a wife and three daughters, I want to give them leisure time. After playing three format international cricket matches, I am not giving my consent to the Big Bash for the time being. My full attention is now on international cricket.