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Suspended Warner says sorry for hitting English batsman MP3

Australia's opening batsman David Warner has publicly apologised for hitting the English batsman Joe Root in the early hours of Sunday morning. Cricket Australia has suspended Warner from play until the Ashes over the incident. Source: abc.net.au

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