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WATCH: David Warner’s daughter hits her first shot at the iconic MCG; Aussie opener shares video

Warner has made his intentions pretty clear that he is far from done as far as international cricket is concerned. By the looks of it, he is hungry and not only wants to have another chance at winning the Ashes series in England but also beat India in India.

Saurabh Ganguly Editor

Updated - 29 December 2021 4:55 pm

Hours after Australia completed an Ashes series win against England by clinching the Boxing Day Test match on Tuesday, opener David Warner played the role of a spectator as her daughter Indi played a friendly game along with her friends not at her backyard but at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground.

The 35-year-old, who was the Player of the Tournament in Australia’s T20 World Cup win, shared a video of the same on social media and captioned it: “Indi having her first hit at the MCG 👌👌.”

Check out the video here:

We haven’t beaten India in India, that would be nice to do: Warner

Meanwhile, Warner has made his intentions pretty clear that he is far from done as far as international cricket is concerned. By the looks of it, he is hungry and not only wants to have another chance at winning the Ashes series in England but also beat India in India.

“We still haven’t beaten India in India. That would be nice to do. And obviously, England away, we had a drawn series [in 2019], but hopefully, if I managed to get that chance and opportunity, I might think about going back,” Warner said as quoted by ESPNCricinfo.

James Anderson sets the benchmark for older guys: Warner

Meanwhile, Warner said that the older guys look up to veteran England seamer James Anderson for longevity in their career.

“I think James Anderson sets the benchmark for older guys these days,” he said.

“We look up to him as we’re getting on in our days. But for me, it’s about performing to the best of my ability and putting runs on the board. In the first two Tests, I actually look like a proper batsman, it’s almost like I’ve played my career the other way and had to knuckle down and respect the bowling and the line and lengths that they were bowling and obviously, the hundred eluded me,” he added.

“I feel in good touch. As I said, I was out of runs not out of form, so hopefully, I can put some more numbers on the board leading into this new year,” he stated.

Australia are 3-0 up in the five-match series and have clinched the series effectively in 12 days. With two Test matches to go, a clean sweep would somewhere be at the back of their minds.

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