David Warner has revealed that a hectic Australian summer has left him “exhausted” ahead of Australia’s four-test series against India, which begins in February.
Warner’s summer featured a recent spell in the BBL for the Sydney Thunder, whose season was ended on Friday night by the Brisbane Heat.
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Warner participated in every match of Australia’s T20 World Cup campaign, every Test match of the home series against the West Indies and South Africa, the white-ball series against Zimbabwe, New Zealand, England, and the West Indies beginning in August, and six BBL games upon his return to the competition.
He also had to deal with the consequences of his unsuccessful attempt to get the lifetime leadership ban overturned.
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The 36-year-old has five days to recover before facing India, but one of his evenings will be eaten up by the CA awards ceremony, which the Test squad will attend before their spaced-out departures.
Marcus Stoinis, a T20I teammate, and Chris Lynn, a star of the BBL, will be absent from the awards ceremony to play franchise cricket abroad.
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