According to his manager, Warner is planning to participate if India's cash-rich league commences as per the revised schedule.
In the wake of COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), which has claimed over 9,000 lives, the 13th season of IPL was postponed from March 29 to April 15.
Warner's participation depends upon the fate of IPL
"If the IPL is on, David Warner's planning on going. If things change dramatically, which can happen in the space of an hour, the answer is you change your mind. It's no different to everybody else," Erskine was quoted as saying by The Age.
The participation of Australian players is still in jeopardy
While several Australian players are supposed to play in the mega T20 event, Cricket Australia is still reviewing whether to give the players a green signal.
Besides, the new travel restrictions (Level 4) imposed by the Australian government further put participation in doubt.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Wednesday declared a "human biosecurity emergency" to contain the spread of novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus outburst postponed IPL 2020 till April 15
The Indian government earlier imposed travel restrictions, which meant that the overseas players will not be available till April 15.