David Warner regrets his Mistake of playing Test against India! Read to know more…

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Australia’s Opener Batsman David Warner admits that he shouldn’t have played with the injury in the Test series against India which extended his time to return back to the field.

David Warner had played the last two tests against India while still being suffering from the groin injury which he sustained in the ODI series at the end of November 2020. “I made the call to play those Test matches, felt like I needed to be out there and help the guys. Looking back in hindsight I probably wouldn’t have done that, where I am with the injury it put me back a little bit,” ESPNcricinfo quoted Warner as saying.

“If I’m thinking about myself I probably would have said no, but I did what I felt was best for the team and me being out there opening the batting was I felt the best thing for the team,” Warner added. On Tuesday, Warner was named in the New South Wales squad for the upcoming Marsh ODI Cup match against South Australia.

David Warner will make a comeback in cricket for the NSW Blues on Thursday after six weeks recovering from a groin injury. Warner will replace Daniel Hughes who has a shoulder complaint while Nick Larkin will take place of Steve Smith who is still recovering from his elbow injury. Pat Cummins will again handle the captaincy of the One Day Cup Squad that won their season opener match against Victoria at North Sydney Oval last month by 59 runs.

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