Perth: After brutalizing India with the fastest century by an opener on day of the third Test on Friday, Australia batsman David Warner said that the visiting team's future is bleak as their youngsters are a long way off from learning to cope with fast and bouncy tracks.
Warner harped on the vulnerability of the youngsters in the Indian team on fast and bouncy tracks and wondered where Indian cricket would go once the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid retire.
"The challenge for India has always been how they perform outside. Everyone talks about bouncy pitches and how they approach it. When Tendulkar and Dravid and those boys retire in a couple of years, where is Indian cricket going to be. Are the youngsters coming through? They have to find way, come here and work hard and do well on green wickets," he said at the post-match press conference after first day's play.