David Warner confirms his retirement from ODIs as well as Tests 

Warner announced his retirement from both One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and Test cricket, ending a decorated career across both formats. 

He concludes his ODI career as the sixth-highest Australian run-scorer with 6932 runs in 161 matches, boasting 22 centuries (second-most behind Ricky Ponting). 

In Tests, Warner amassed 8,695 runs at an average of 44.58, showcasing his talent with 26 centuries and 36 half-centuries. His final Test will be his 112th, taking place in his hometown of Sydney. 

Warner bowed out of ODIs on a high note, having been Australia's leading run-scorer in their 2023 World Cup triumph in India. 

He hasn't ruled out a potential return for the 2025 Champions Trophy in Pakistan, a trophy missing from his collection. 

With the longer formats behind him, Warner will presumably concentrate on T20 leagues, potentially capitalizing on his freelance status. 

Warner's explosive batting and aggressive style have made him a fan favorite and leave a lasting mark on international cricket. 

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