•   Monday, 30 Jan, 2023

As the inconsistent opener insists he CAN play himself back into form in the Boxing Day Test, David Warner takes aim at Cricket Australia for how they handled his captaincy saga: By Aap News, "I had no support at all."

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David Warner, a ferocious Australian opener, has taken another swipe at Cricket Australia, claiming that the organization did not support him before the start of the domestic season.

When Australia plays South Africa on Boxing Day at the MCG, Warner will become the 14th Australian to play 100 Tests.

But it has been a tumultuous local season for Warner so far, as he struggles for runs and deals with the ongoing fallout from Sandpapergate.

On Saturday, he said his state of mind had not been great before the first Test against the West Indies in Perth.

'My mental health probably wasn't where it was at, or where I need to be at, to be 100 per cent - and that was challenging,' he said.

'If I had my way, we would have had that all sorted.