David Warner Returns to BBL 2022-23 For Sydney Thunder
David Warner is resuming his participation in the Big Bash League – BBL 2022-23 after a nine-year absence; he signed a deal with Sydney Thunder for two years.
Following the Sydney Test against South Africa, Warner will have the opportunity to participate in five league matches for Sydney Thunder. After that, Warners will board India’s jet again and return to Australia, where four Tests will be played against India.
David Warner, 35 years old, last played in the Big Bash League in December 2013. Even though he was not expected to play this time, there was a report that he will participate in the ILT20 in the United Arab Emirates. The competition will take place during the Big Bash. Warner stated, however, that he picked the Big Bash to safeguard his girls.
“My ‘ladies’ have told me they would want to see me play at home and in the BBL,” he told cricket.com.au. It will be wonderful for our family to be a part of the BBL, and I look forward to sharing this experience with them.’
“I care strongly about the game, and I am conscious that the conditions I enjoy as a professional cricketer are primarily the result of the contributions of senior players who came before me. This is how the game is formed, and I am aware that my effort will help future generations of BBL players long beyond my retirement.’