Kathmandu: The Indian Premier League (IPL) was played before the ICC T20 World Cup 2021. Australian batsman David Warner also participated in the 14th season of IPL. He was also the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad team.
However, his and his team’s poor performance forced him to step down as captain. The SRH captaincy was given to Ken Williamson. He was also dropped from the team in the second leg of IPL 2021 in UAE. Warner confirmed that the firm is temporary, but the class is permanent. Left-arm batsman Warner was disappointed to be dropped from the team. However, he convinced himself and his teammates that he was a big winner.
He proved this in the T20 World Cup. David Warner was instrumental in helping Australia win the semi-final against Pakistan and the final against New Zealand. He scored 49 against Pakistan and 53 against New Zealand to lead the team to their first T20 World Cup title. Despite failing to win the Player of the Match title in both games, he was declared the best player of the tournament. Warner has managed to score 289 runs in seven games of T20 World Cup. He scored three fifties.
Although he was not the highest run scorer in the tournament, he came to work at a crucial time for the team he scored. That is why the ICC panel decided to honor him with the title of ICC Player of the Tournament. Warner was also the player to hit the most fours in the tournament. Warner hit 32 fours and 10 sixes in the T20 World Cup.
Who is David Warner?
David Warner’s name is David Andrew. People also know him as Load, Canon, Pocket Size Dynamo, Mario. He was born on October 27, 1986, in Paddington, Sydney, Australia. Warner’s family was an intermediate family. As a result, Warner faced many difficulties during his childhood. Her father, Howard Warner, worked in a machinery shop. Warner’s focus was less on reading. Warner’s 12th grade education was in Sydney.
Warner’s family was very poor. As a result, he could not fulfill his dream of playing cricket. He was asked to study from home. However, his focus was on playing cricket. To fulfill his son’s wish, his father bought a plastic bat. If the bat was broken, the words of the father who would not buy a new one would remain in his mind. So maybe he was taking care of the bat. Warner did not receive any pocket money from his family during his childhood. That’s why Warner didn’t go to school on the last day of the week. He then distributed magazines and raised money for school hours and every Christmas.
Warner’s cricket career
Warner constantly focused on his batting, as if to say, “The mustache does not block the mouth.” Warner’s coaches also worked hard to make his batting excellent. At age 13, Warner’s coach asked him to bat with his left hand. As a result, his batting was getting better. However, he returned to left-handed batting after a season and played for Sydney Coastal Cricket Club. He got a chance to play first-class cricket in 2009. He played first-class cricket from New South Wales. At the same time, Warner continued to work hard in first-class cricket.
Warner’s explosive batting gave him the opportunity to play international cricket. He played his first international game as a T20 game. He made his debut against South Africa at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 11 January 2009. After that, he didn’t have to look back.
Warner has been consistently performing in the T20s so far and has been opening in the T20s from Australia. Warner is the first choice for Australia in the opening. He also started his ODI career against South Africa. He made his debut on June 18, 2009. Where Warner got a chance to open the first game. He scored 5 runs and fell victim to Dale Steyn. However, David Warner has continued to make a name for himself in the team by performing well in recent games.
After excelling in T20 and ODIs, he got a chance to play Test cricket. He made his Test debut on 1 December 2011 against New Zealand at Gabba Cricket Ground. Where he got a chance to open. His performance was poor in the first innings and he managed to score only 12 runs in the second innings. However, Australia defeated New Zealand by 9 wickets.