David Warner overview

David Warner was born on 27 October 1986 in Paddington also known as a suburb of Eastern Sydney . He lived up being a child with a charismatic appearance into the cricket pitch, however it was a little stiff battle between his left-hand bowling style which was not acceptable by the sports itself. Still he never dodged and flourished as he broke the under 16 run scoring record. Warner attended the Matraville Public School and Randwick Boys High School. On the later yet beautiful piece of his blessed career, he married Candice Falzon in 2015.

He is one of the legends, an ace name in the history of cricket sports mankind. His transition over the time has not only made us proud but he had one of the most memorable debuts in the international cricket.

Batting Career Summary

M Inn NO Runs HS Avg BF SR 100 200 50 4s 6s
Test 86 159 7 7311 335 48.1 10058 72.69 24 2 30 859 56
ODI 128 126 5 5455 179 45.08 5710 95.53 18 0 23 571 85
T20 81 81 9 2265 100 31.46 1621 139.73 1 0 18 219 89
IPL 142 142 19 5254 126 42.42 3712 141.54 4 0 48 511 194

Bowling Career Summary

M Inn B Runs Wkts BBI BBM Econ Avg SR 5W 10W
Test 86 19 342 269 4 2/45 2/45 4.72 67.25 85.5 0 0
ODI 128 1 6 8 0 0/8 0/8 8.0 0.0 0.0 0 0
T20 81 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
IPL 142 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Early signs

David Warner made his ODI debut against the south Africans in Hobart. His clean sweep sheer batting and bowling style has grabbed millions of eyeballs across the globe.

ODI Career

He made his first ODI debut in Hobart South Africa as mentioned above. Furthermore, he played almost 128 ODIs . He made 5455 runs in his ODI career. He holds a strike rate of 95.53 and an average of 45.08.

Test career

His test debut was followed in the Australia v/s New Zealand match held in Brisbane in the year 2011. He has played 84 test matches and succeed to take the ground of spectators with his victory. He made a score of 4,669 runs in about 54 tests. Moreover,now he comes under the top 20 cricketers in the test series.

IPL career

Warner was named in the eighth edition of the IPL as captain of SRH - Hyderabad. Unlike many of his teammates, Warner has had his share of issues with the tossing ball in England during 2015 Ashes. In the all important series the stocky Aussie accumulated some battle knocks and was one of the top three run-getters for his side. Yet the pocket-rocket had an unbelievable home number.

T20 Career

He made his T20 debut Melbourne Cricket Ground on 11 January 2009 against New Zealand. He scored 2265 runs in about 81 matches with an average of 31.46.

ICC Trophies

Accolades are many achieved by the great cricketer. It is said that Warner was the first ever batsman to score 3 centuries at the WACA. He also won the Alan Border medal. At present David Warner won the Australian cricketer of the year award. Some of the special awards won by the gentleman are: 1) He received ICC test team of the year award in the years 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017. 2) Australian one day international player of the year award. 3) Bradman young cricketer of the year award was handed to him with all triumph over his brilliant performance. 4) In the Indian premier league he grabbed the ‘Orange cap’ in the making. Warner played for Sydney Sixers in the 2012-2013 batch of the Big Bash League. His bowling style is unique as he mixes off spin bowling with his more usual leg spiners. He is basically a part time bowler. He made 89 off 43 ballls in the first T 20 against two match series. He has a lot of patience in the challenging situations, which makes him a brilliant batsman as well as bowler of all time. On the bitter side, he was to be fined euro 7000 and it was said that he should not play for the first ashes test. He helped Australia score the highest of the run that is 417b on board. He successfully made a record in the KFC big bash by completing his half century in just a bucket full of 18 balls. He is surely a travel wanderer as he likes exploring countries as well as different type of cuisines. He embraced his soul with mouth watering delights in our very own country India as well. Delhi didn’t retain him for the IPL season 2014 and he was snapped up in the auctions by Hyderabad for a whopping amount of Rs 5.5 crores. Warner made a winning triumph with the IPL title for SRH in the year of 2016. David Warner has formed a cordial relationship at the top of the order with his fellow big scorer Aaron Finch. One of the main partners of the reverse sweep or ‘switch hit’ in limited-overs cricket, he was endorsed to use a double-sided bat during the 2009 domestic T20 competition in Australia which also became a master hit of that time. As a whole David Warner has set heap of milestones in his entire lifespan and is still encouraging us to watch more of the cricket with his outstanding elements and performances.

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