David Warner wants to retire after Pakistan Test match in Sydney.

SYDNEY -- Australia opener David Warner has put an end date on his long and prosperous Test career by declaring he plans to retire from Test cricket during the upcoming Australian summer.

Warner is currently in England preparing for next week's ICC World Test Championship against India and is then likely to feature in the five-match Ashes series with England that immediately follows.

The ICC Men's Cricket World Cup in India at the end of the year is also on Warner's agenda, but the 36-year-old has revealed he would like to finish his Test career following Australia's Test at his home ground in Sydney against Pakistan in January.

Warner announced the news to reporters prior to Australia training in Beckenham on Saturday, with the left-hander indicating he wants to complete his Test career after the Pakistan series and prior to the two-match series against the West Indies on home soil.

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