Warner's tweet came a day after former captain Steve Smith said that he desperately wants to play for Australia again but will not be challenging a 12-month ban for a ball-tampering scandal that rocked cricket.
When asked how he would have reacted to the incident if he had been in a position to act, Ponting said it would be unfair for him to say, but did acknowledge that Cricket Australia's sanctions were pretty much necessary.
Today's acceptance of fate puts to rest any chance that the three players involved would launch legal appeals against their suspensions; Warner was considered to be the most likely of the three to appeal. "I would give anything to have this behind me and be back representing my country".
The acceptance also implies that while Smith and Warner will have to wait until next year's domestic tournament to make a comeback to the Australian national team which would actually mean two months before 2019 World Cup, Bancroft has his time after Christmas 2018. He then added that "I feel they [Ten] are not prepared to challenge their operating model to be anything other than bottom feeders in this market".
"It is a good thing for the sake of the game and the players that they stay away from it all now, as hard as it is going to be for them, and rebuild what has, sort of, collapsed for them", he said.
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The review will consist of an ongoing process, making recommendations to the Board of Cricket Australia to avoid a repeat of what happened in Cape Town.
The scandal prompted Darren Lehmann, who was cleared of any wrongdoing by the CA, to step down as Australia coach after the final test against South Africa. Bancroft was banned for nine months.
Mr Peever said the review would consider implementing a charter setting out "standards of behaviour and expectations" of Australia's men's teams.
"These are significant penalties for professional cricketers".
The events that unfolded in Cape Town during the third Test shocked everyone. "It has also been humbling to be reminded of the passion all Australians have for our great game". "We know the players will return to playing the game they love, and in doing so, we hope they regain the trust of fans". There is a sense within the first-class game that Cricket Australia's stance has softened slightly after he showed humility and regret.