Former n Test Cricketer David Warner fronts the media at Moore Park. Picture: Brook Mitchelln cricket vice captain David Warner said the decision to partake in the ball tampering scheme was one he “will regret for the rest of his life”.
In a press conference in Sydney, a tearful Warner addressed media and cricket officials.
“In the back of my mind there is a tiny ray of hope that I may one day be given the privilege of playing for my country again,” he said.
Picture: Brook Mitchell
“I am resigned to the fact that mightnever happen.”
Warner said he will take the next months to think about “how this has happened” and “who he is as a man”.
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“Your love means more than anything to me,” he said.
“I will never put you in this position again.”
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Warner said he takes full responsibility for his part in the scheme.
When asked if the scandal was his idea, Warner responded he was here to take responsibility for his part.
“It is extremely regrettable,” he said.
Warner said he was “not surprised at all” as to how the n public had reacted to the scandal.
Captain Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft were also embroiled in the scandal which unfoldedon the third day of the South Africa test in Cape Town