David Andrew Warner is a former Australian national cricket team captain and an international cricketer from Australia. He was picked for a national squad for the first time in 132 years without playing first-class cricket. Warner bats left-handed and is an opening batsman. In the Australian cricket league, he represents New South Wales and Sydney Thunder. The Australian vice-captain from 2015 to 2018 in Test and ODI cricket.
|Full Name||David Andrew Warner|
|Born In||Paddington, Australia|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm Leg Spin|
|Birth Date||27 October 1986|
|Net Worth||$13 million|
|Teams||Sunrisers Hyderabad, New South Wales cricket team, Australia Cricket Team|
As a result of winning the Allan Border Medal many times, he became only the fourth player to do it in successive years. After hitting a century in his 100th one-day international on September 28, 2017, he became Australia’s 1st ODI century hitter and the 8th overall.
When the Australian squad was accused of ball-tampering in the third Test against South Africa in March 2018, he was banned for bringing the game into disgrace. Cricket Australia suspended David Warner from both international and local cricket in Australia for one year, as well as from all leadership roles forever, following a board meeting on March 28, 2018.
David Warner scored his first home One Day hundred for New South Wales against Tasmania Australia Domestic cup on November 29, 2008. With this hit, he set the record for the highest one-day score by a Blues player. He followed it up with a 54-ball 97 in the rematch in Hobart, just missing the record for the quickest ever century in Australian
On March 5, 2009, at Sydney Cricket Ground, against Western Australia in the last match of the 2008 to 2009 Sheffield Shield season, Warner made his first-class debut for New South Wales. David, who batted only once and came in at the bottom of the order, scored 42 runs on 48 pitches.
As a member of New South Wales, Warner broke the record for the highest Australian one-day domestic score in Australian domestic cricket. Jimmy Maher’s previous record of 187 was surpassed when he scored 197 off just 141 balls, which included 20 fours and ten sixes.
Warner had set himself apart as one of the finest all-format openers in the world before his suspension. During his selection in 2015, he was acknowledged for his seniority and was chosen to be vice-captain to Steven Smith in the Test and ODI teams, and while Smith was rested, he led the ODI and T20 teams to tremendous success.
It was a remarkable reversal for a guy who had been suspended by Cricket Australia two years prior for striking England’s Joe Root in a Birmingham pub and had previously been cautioned over a Twitter argument with a couple of journalists. It also marked the end of a spectacular climb for a guy who initially made his international debut for Australia in 2008-09 as a T20 specialist; he was the first to do so since 1877.
An overseas player is one of the most valuable assets in the IPL or any other competition. In the history of the IPL, David Warner is the most successful overseas batsman. Over the years, he has amassed 4000 runs in the IPL, including 35 half-centuries and three 100s, with a strike rate in the low 140s and a fantastic average of 40.55 runs per innings. Delhi Daredevils from 2009 to 2013, Sunrisers Hyderabad from 2014. As a rookie, David Warner averaged 23 points per game and had a poor strike rate in the 120s.
The southpaw’s transfer to the Sunrisers, where he was signed for US$880,000, has paid off handsomely. Warner was appointed as SRH‘s president in 2015. Although he did not lead his club to the playoffs, he was awarded the orange hat for scoring the most runs during the 2015 season. He went one step further the following season, guiding his team to their first title in 2016, defeating RCB in the final.
Warner will play in his second World Cup in 2019, having played in the 2015 event in Australia, which Australia won. To his standards, it wasn’t a particularly successful tournament for him. His stats, however, were significantly bolstered by the Daddy Hundred he scored against Afghanistan. Nevertheless, he was frequently the catalyst for Australia’s innings to get off to a flying start.
As a result of his on-field and off-field experiences, Warner is a more mature guy today. Even while he remains a problem for bowlers, his newfound ability to bat long and deep into innings is more concerning. This makes him an essential player for Australia at the 2019 World Cup.