BBL 2024: Warner hopes to fly for Sydney Smash. Warner will be eligible for the season’s final three games, which are against the Sixers, Adelaide Strikers, and Melbourne Renegades.
David Warner, who retired from Test cricket, is hoping to make it in time for the upcoming Sydney Smash, which is set to take place on January 12. The southpaw plans to travel to the north of Sydney for his brother’s wedding soon and says he has a couple of planes booked to help him get back to the city before the game starts.
Meanwhile, the Sydney Thunder are confident that Warner will be available for the season’s final three games against the Sixers, Adelaide Strikers, and Melbourne Renegades. Warner, on the other hand, remarked that getting to the Sixers game is difficult, but he is prepared to give it his all.
“I’ve got a couple of planes book, weather permitting.” It’s a narrow line to walk. “I may be tight, but I’m doing my best to make it work for that day. ” Warner cited by ESPNcricinfo as saying.
I definitely am keen to pursue playing Big Bash next year: Warner
Warner’s contract with the Sydney Thunder expires at the end of the current season. However, the 37-year-old is eager to return to the Big Bash League next season. He has a contract with Fox Cricket to provide commentary for the Border Gavaskar Trophy, which India will play in Australia this summer. The opener is expect to make an appearance in the competition but does not want any club to adjust their lineup to accommodate him.
“I definitely am keen to pursue playing Big Bash next year,” the cricketer remarked. “There will be discussions behind the scenes to allow me to do that. ” Obviously, I’ll be joining the Fox commentary crew for the Test series against India next year, which I’m looking forward to.
“There’s a BBL window in which we can play…so I’d like to play that in and around the commentary stuff.” “I just have to make sure that I’m playing to the best of my ability and not hindering the team’s performance or upsetting the team’s balance,” he continued.