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David Warner on Giving Up Attempt To Overturn Captaincy Ban Due To “Public Lynching” Claim That Family Is More Important

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David Warner withdrew his request for the suspension of his captaincy, which was imposed after the ball-tampering incident at Newlands, Cape Town, during a Test match against South Africa in 2018.

“It appears that the Panel has given little more than passing thought to matters of player welfare and the interests of Australian cricket,” the speaker continues, “and is instead intent to conduct a public lynching.”

The 35-year-old has played in close to 100 T20 Internationals and 100 Test matches, and after making a successful comeback to cricket after that incident, many have viewed him as a leader-in-waiting. Warner has since released a statement in which he claims that the ban has hurt both his family and his reputation.

“My family is more important to me than cricket,” he begins his article.

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