Warner wrapped up his Test career with 8,786 runs from 112 matches. His wife, Candice, shared a heartfelt note on Instagram following his farewell to Test cricket on January 6 at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).
During Australia’s 3-0 series win against Pakistan, Warner ended his Test career on a high note. He scored a swift half-century to help Australia chase down 130 runs in the final innings of his red-ball career.
Warner celebrated the victory alongside loved ones at the SCG, and fans were allowed to enter the stadium after the match, making the farewell an unforgettable experience.
Candice took to Instagram to reflect on the remarkable send-off her husband received, praising his resilience and determination. She also expressed how she witnessed his transformation from a cricket player to an elite athlete, highlighting his exceptional work ethic.
Warner’s Test career included 8,786 runs with an average of 44.59, including 26 centuries and 37 half-centuries. In ODIs, he amassed 6,932 runs with 22 centuries and 33 half-centuries. Despite bidding farewell to the Test and ODI formats, Warner expressed his desire to continue playing T20 cricket for Australia and various franchises globally.