MELBOURNE: Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne said that he does not want to come out of retirement from international cricket despite Australia’s poor performance against India as Australia can make a comeback in the game without him.
The 39-year-old Shane Warne, who took 708 wickets in Test career, had announced his retirement from international cricket last year but Australia could not find his substitute so far.
Australia faced a humiliating defeat of 320 runs in the second Test on the ongoing tour of India.
However, Shane Warne said, Australia are still very strong side which can make a comeback anytime but captain Ricky Ponting has to display a great deal of responsibility in all fields of the game at the moment while opener Matthew Hayden and vice-captain Michael Clarke have to score maximum runs.
Declaring baseless the news of his reconsideration of the retirement decision, Warne said that he has no intention of returning to Test cricket.