Australia’s star opener David Warner is disappointed at not playing such a big series in the Day-Night Test, but he hoped that he would be in the Boxing Day Test against India. Will be able to play The 34-year-old suffered a groin injury during the second ODI against India, after which he was ruled out of the three-match T20 International series and the first Test in Adelaide, in addition to the third ODI in Canberra.
David Warner told SEN Radio, “I hope so. I never want to get out of this (Boxing Day Test). I have been out of a Test for the first time due to injury, so of course, I am disappointed with it. ”
He said, “This is such a big series. It is disappointing not to play in a Test match, but I know that the players who have come on the field today will do their best. “We hope that we will start the series well and with the Boxing Day Test First, we will try to win this match and will go with the rhythm in the new year.
Warner, who is undergoing rehabilitation, said that his plan is to tighten the level of training. He said, “I hope I will be able to run faster.” Right now I am able to run at a speed of 14 km per hour so I have to work towards pushing it to a speed of 26 to 30 km per hour by next week. “Boxing Day Test ‘Australia’s biggest match in cricket calendar Melbourne Cricket To be played on the ground from 26 December.