Cricket Australia fined batsman David Warner A$5,750 ($5,610) after abusive comments were posted on his Twitter account last weekend.
Australia batsman David Warner will face a Cricket Australia code of behavior hearing May 22 after abusive comments were posted on his Twitter account.
Australia picked two 35-year-olds to plug an experience gap for its Ashes cricket series in England, choosing Brad Haddin as first-choice wicketkeeper and vice-captain, and recalling batsman Chris Rogers.
Australia cricket selectors named the following 16-man squad for the Ashes Test series against England starting July 10 in Nottingham, England:
David Warner matched the record for the fourth-fastest Test century as Australia neared India’s first innings score of 161 without losing a wicket in the third cricket Test in Perth.
David Warner hit an unbeaten half- century as Australia reached 109 without loss against India as the third cricket Test in Mohali got under way after rain wiped out day one.
Australia took a 48-run lead over Sri Lanka on day two of their third cricket Test in Sydney as the home team seeks to sweep the series 3-0.
Australia trails India by 16 runs heading into the final day of their third cricket Test in Mohali as the touring team tries to avoid going 3-0 down in the series.
Australia contracted 20 players to its national cricket teams in the 12 months from July, with recent Test squad members Steve Smith, Moises Henriques and Usman Khawaja among those to miss out.
Phil Hughes scored 86 on his comeback and Michael Clarke and David Warner also made half- centuries as Australia reached 299-4 against Sri Lanka on the opening day of their Test cricket series.
"I've got to be a bit more professional with the choice of words that I use next time."
- David Warner on May 22, 2013