There is a lot of discussion these days about Indian captain Virat Kohli going on paternity leave after the first Test against Australia. Australian opener David Warner has supported Kohli in this matter. He said that Virat has decided to live with his wife at the birth of their first child. This is perfect.
He said that Ajinkya Rahane can handle the team in his absence. They have the ability to handle the team. He has a good cricketing brain, so that he can lead the team like Virat.
Kohli-Rahane, completely different from each other, Warner described Kohli and Rahane as complementary to each other and said that Virat will definitely be missing. He is a great player. Rahane is very quiet and comes with a very good approach. They strengthen the team in the middle order.
Warner also gave the indication of retirement, said that recently I have turned 34 years old. When you are over the age of 30, your days in international cricket are left to count. In such a situation, now I want to play sensible cricket.
Warner, who also spoke on bio-bubble , said that nowadays quarantine period is mandatory on any tour. When you look at the calendar, you find that the cricket schedule is very busy. In such a situation, you are able to spend less time with family. A 14-day quarantine in such a hotel becomes even more challenging.
Warner said that I cannot keep my family with me in a situation where my 3 children and wife have been quarantined in the same room for 14 days.
Australia schedule of team India
|The match||The date||Venue|
|1st ODI (Day Night)||27 November||Sydney|
|2nd ODI (Day Night)||29 November||Sydney|
|3rd ODI (Day Night)||2 December||Canberra|
|1st T20 (Knight)||4 December||Canberra|
|2nd T20 (Knight)||6 December||Sydney|
|3rd T20 (Knight)||8 December||Sydney|
|1st Test (Day Night)||17-21 December||Adelaide|
|2nd Test||26-30 December||Melbourne|
|3rd Test||07-11 January||Sydney|
|4th Test||15-19 January||Brisbane|