Australian batter David Warner has expressed that he is ‘exhausted’ due to hectic home season and would prefer skipping the Cricket Australia awards coming Monday.
“It’s been challenging. I’m quite tired, exhausted. There are a few guys who have gone to the UAE League, which aren’t going to the Cricket Australia awards. From my perspective, that would’ve been nice to have had another night at home. But it is what it is,” Warner was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.
Going to have to try and work out how to stay nice and fresh: David Warner
“Hopefully next year I can come out and be a little bit fresher than what I am at the moment. It’s going to be a long lead-in to our summer [that includes the ODI World Cup in India]. From a personal point of view, I’m going to have to try and work out how to stay nice and fresh,” he added.
Australia team is gearing up to play against team India in a Test series as the two sides eye for a spot in the summit clash of the ICC World Test Championship 2021-23 cycle. They will face each other in a four-match red-ball series scheduled to start on February 9.