David Warner Completes 100 Matches in Tests, ODIs, and T20Is

David Warner achieves a historic milestone, playing 100 matches in Tests, ODIs, and T20Is, joining an elite club of cricketers.

Australian veteran opener David Warner added another feather to his illustrious cricketing journey as he achieved the remarkable milestone of playing at least 100 matches in all three formats of the game. Warner reached this milestone during the T20I series opener against West Indies on Friday, becoming only the third player in history to accomplish this feat.

David Warner, at 37 years old, joined the esteemed company of India’s Virat Kohli and New Zealand’s Ross Taylor, who have also represented their countries in more than 100 Tests, ODIs, and T20Is. Kohli boasts 113 Tests, 292 ODIs, and 117 T20Is, while Taylor has 112 Tests, 236 ODIs, and 102 T20Is to his name.

The Australian opener, who retired from ODIs and Tests after featuring in 161 and 112 games, respectively, has now played 100 T20Is. Warner’s T20I journey includes amassing 2964 runs, with a highest score of 100 not out. In the T20I series opener against West Indies, Warner displayed his brilliance by contributing a thrilling 70 off 36 deliveries before being dismissed.


The match also saw Tim David’s impactful innings, scoring 37 off 17 balls, helping Australia reach a formidable total of 213/7.