In case you forgot!: David Warner’s wife Candice pens emotional post after his international retirement

Candice Warner, the wife of David Warner, wrote an emotional post on her official Instagram account after her husband confirmed his retirement from international cricket following the early exit of Australia from the T20 World Cup 2024. The former professional ironwoman congratulated David Warner for “one of the best international cricket careers” before stating that she and the family will miss him playing for Australia.

Notably, David Warner arrived in the USA and the Caribbean after leaving the Test and ODI formats for good in the last six months or so. In the T20 World Cup 2024, he played seven matches, scoring 178 runs at an average of 29.66 and a strike rate of 139.06, with a couple of fifties.

The last innings in the international career of David Warner went down against India at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in Gros Islet, St Lucia. He scored six runs off six balls with Arshdeep Singh getting him nicked off to first slip, where Suryakumar Yadav took a sharp catch.

David Warner, who is one of the greatest cricketers Australia managed to produce in recent memory, had his wife pen an emotional post about him, listing major individual accomplishments in international cricket. She wrote “Congratulations @davidwarner31 on one of the best international cricket careers we have ever seen for our country. To have had a front row seat has been a privilege. We will miss seeing you play for Australia but we are so excited to have you home more. Love you”.

Following an emotional message, Candice went on to mention some unique records set by David Warner in his cricket career. Candice Warner added, “In case you forgot!


Only Australian person to have played 100 games across all 3 formats. 3rd player ever in the world.

49 International centuries across 3 formats (2nd only to Ricky Ponting)

Most international centuries for an opener ever.

18995 combined international runs (2nd only to Ricky Ponting)

2x ODI World Cup Champion

1x T20 World Cup Champion

1x World Cup Player of the Tournament

1x Test Championship

3x Allan Border medal winner

Highest test score 335*”

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