Cameron Green
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Veteran Australian cricketer David Warner has warned Cameron Green about the hectic schedule in 2023, which includes the Indian Premier League (IPL). The young Australian all-rounder has confirmed his participation in the next IPL 2023 mini-auction, hoping that the experience and exposure will help him become a better T20 player in the future.

The 23-year-old stole the show with a spectacular opening batting performance during Australia’s T20I tour of India. Australia’s schedule for next year is jam-packed.

Green will take part in Australia’s home Test matches against the West Indies and South Africa. He may also play for his BBL team, the Perth Scorchers, before flying to India for a Test series, followed by the IPL and a possible World Test Championship final (WTC).

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Cameron Green (Image Credits: Getty Images)
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After the IPL ends, Australia will be going to England for a five-match Ashes series in June. Australia also has a white-ball tour of South Africa in August, followed by the 50-over World Cup in October in India.

I’ve Been Through It, It Is Tough – David Warner

Speaking to reporters ahead of the first Test against the West Indies, Warner expressed concern that the IPL weeks in India can take a big toll on a player’s mind and body and reflected on his own experience.

“From an experience point of view it’s great. From a playing point of view, he’s got four Test matches and a few T20s or one-dayers after it. Nineteen weeks straight in India, being your first trip as well, can be quite challenging from the heat perspective, the playing, the recovery,” David Warner said.

David Warner
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“I’ve been through it, I’ve done the test series and the IPL straight before. It is tough. Then on the back of that you’ve got five test matches in England. Then I think you’ve got 20 days off before you go to Africa and then go to a World Cup,” he added.

David Warner feels Australia have an unfinished job in India and England, but he wants to tackle it one series at a time. He stated, “Looking ahead, winning in India is key. We’ve had a lot of series over there, and we haven’t won a lot of Test matches. England is another one – we retained last time, but to win over there would be awesome. We’ve got the World Test Championship, which I think if we win every game then we could be potentially playing in that. There’s a lot to look forward to, but we assess it game by game as a team.”

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