Ashes

Warner's exile 'defies belief'

2013-07-16 14:07
David Warner (AFP)
Sydney - David Warner's exile to Africa after punching England's Joe Root "defies belief", and the fiery batsman should be readying himself for an Ashes recall in the Australian team's practice nets, according to former Test captain Alan Border.

"I get the thinking, send him to South Africa and Zimbabwe to find form and bring him back later in the series, but I strongly disagree with it.

"Definitely still enjoy myself off the field. There's no bans, there's no curfews, no nothing. The mistakes, I've learned, I've become more mature off the field as well."

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