The Australian opener David Warner had impressed well with his supportive knock in the opening match against India which was played on 27th November 2020 at Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG). With opening with Aaron Finch Warner scored a amazing half century of 69 runs in 76 balls. Both the openers took the responsibility and gave the best by scoring 156 runs for the first wicket partnership. David Warner continued his brilliant performance from IPL to international cricket. He never disappoints the team or the fans whether it is on the field or off the field. Mohammad Shami is the one who took David Warner’s wicket by getting caught behind by KL Rahul. Still with other Aussies players support, Australia registered a mammoth total of 374 runs and won the match by 66 runs with leading the series by 1-0 from 3 matches series.
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David Warner never disappoints his fan. He always entertains his fan by his batting or by his moves. The same happened on the first ODI where he entertains his fan by doing dance steps on Famous Telugu song ‘Butto-Bamma’ from Allu Arjun’s movie Alla Vaikunthapurramloo.
This dance was earlier got into viral when he and his wife done this dance step on social media and fans enjoyed it too the best. Even the fans said him to join the Telugu industry if he is interested.
David Warner led the Orange army to the third place In the recently concluded IPL, when fhe hopes were dying for the Hyderabad to qualify, he outshone with his good captaincy and cricket which made team to qualify.
Is David Warner reconsider this idea?
With his tremendous performance in the IPL, he always impresses. He is the first player to score 500+ runs in sixth consecutive edition of IPL. By this he created a history in the Indian Premier League. Warner registered 692, 641, 848, 562 and 528 runs respectively from last 6 years. Although having this much of efficiency, he still kept him out of BBL from last seven years and he took decision to not take part till he retired from the international cricket.
In the initial days of his career he was most selling points player of BBL but now he loves yo spend time with his wife and children rather than involving in BBL.
“It is difficult for us players to play all three forms, even if there is a window, you have got to have that break because you are going full tilt into summer as well, there is no off season for us. Personally, I have got three kids at home and a wife that I owe my time to as well. So playing all three forms that are very difficult to be able to do that, and I do not think I will play while I am playing for Australia still that is honestly speaking,” said by David Warner, Australian opener.