David Warner is an Australian international cricketer and former captain of the Australian national cricket team. However, he has only captained limited overs cricket formats such as Twenty20 (T20) and One Day International (ODI).
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David Warner Early Life
|Name||David Andrew Warner|
|Profession||Australian Opener Batsmen|
|Nick Name||Lloyd, Mario, Bull, Cannon, The Reverend, Pocket Size Dynamo
|Date Of Birth||27 October 1986
|Birth Place||Paddington, New South Wales, Australia
|Home Town||Matraville, New South Wales, Australia
|School||Matraville Public School School, Hillsdale, New South Wales
Randwick, New South Wales, Randwick, New South Wales
|Educational Qualified||Year 12 Higher School Certificate|
David Warner David Andrew Warner was born on 27 October 1986 in Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales to Howard and Lorraine Warner. He grew up alongside his older brother Steve. He had a lower middle class family, his father worked in a factory.
Warner Physical Stats
|Height (APPROX)||in centimeters- 170 cm
in meters- 1.70 m
in feet inches- 5’ 7”
|Weight (APPROX)||in kilograms- 65 kg
in pounds- 143 lbs
|Body Measurement||- Chest: 38 inches
- Waist: 30 inches
- Biceps: 12 inches
More About Warner
|Hobbies||Travelling, Writing, Golfing, Swimming and Making funny tiktok videos|
|Favorites||Batsman- Virat Kohli, KL Rahul
Bowler- Bhuvneshwar Kumar
David Warner Family
|Father||Father- Howard Warner (Worked in a heavy machinery shop)
|Mother||Mother- Lorraine Warner (Worked as a nurse)
|Siblings||Brother- Steven Warner (Elder)
|WIFE/GF||Candice Warner (Ironwoman, Surf life saver, Model)
Daughter(s)- Ivy Mae Warner (born in 2014), Indi Rae (born in 2016), Isla Rose (born in 2019)
David’s parents could hardly meet the basic needs of their children. The first bat David got at the age of 10 was the ‘SS Jumbo’, which he used very carefully, as his family could not afford a new bat if something happened.
David continued to play cricket throughout his childhood and adolescence. Living in a ‘Housing Commission’ apartment, David also started working part-time while at school. He used to sell newspapers on weekends to attend school camps.
Despite all the obstacles, he never stopped playing cricket. He attended Randwick Boys’ High School and was part of the school team.
Although he was known as a hard-hitting left-handed batsman, his school coach was tired of him hitting the ball in the air. He forced David to bat with his right hand, but David preferred his mother’s advice and batted left-handed.
He played for the ‘Sydney Coastal Cricket’ club and broke the club’s record for the highest run-scorer in the under-16 team.
He also played for the club ‘Eastern Suburbs’ at the age of 16. In the late 2010s, his reputation grew, as he was being considered for the national team without ever playing a first-class game.
By 2008, David had started playing domestic cricket for New South Wales. Before making his first-class debut in March 2009, David played international matches for the Australian team. Thus he became the first Australian cricketer in history to play an international match for his national team without playing a single first-class match.
Playing for ‘New South Wales’ in the domestic tournament, David scored 197 runs in 141 balls with the help of 20 fours and 10 sixes. This was the highest ever individual score in Australian one-day domestic cricket.
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Debut in T20’s
David made his international debut in January 2009 in a T20 match against South Africa during the tour of Australia. In his first match, he scored 89 runs in 43 balls with the help of 7 fours and 6 sixes. He also scored the second fastest half-century in a T20 match.
Debut in ODI’s
David also made his ODI debut against South Africa in the same month. His consistent performances made him a regular in Australia’s limited overs team. However, as the best cricketers are judged by their performances in the Test cricket format, he was yet to prove his mettle.
Debut in TEST’s
He made his Test debut in December 2011 against New Zealand at Brisbane. The match was part of the ‘Trans-Tasman Trophy’ tournament, and he was given the opportunity due to an injury to another hard-hitter, Shane Watson. He scored 3 runs in the first innings. He scored an unbeaten 12 in the second innings and scored the winning runs.
He scored his maiden Test century against New Zealand in the same series, scoring 123 not out in the second innings. Since then, he has played 74 Tests for Australia and scored 6,363 runs at an average of 48.20 runs per innings. He has also scored 21 centuries and 29 fifties, with a highest score of 253.
Warner made his Test debut a little later, in 2011 against New Zealand. David is consistently ranked among the best batsmen in the world. His aggressive style as a left-handed batsman has made him an absolute favorite among fans, who wholeheartedly support him, whether he plays for his national team or for his ‘IPL’ team Sunrisers Hyderabad.
David has so far played 106 international matches in his ODI career and scored 4,343 runs at an average of 43.43. He scored 14 centuries and 17 fifties, including his highest ODI score of 179 runs.
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David is also an exceptional ‘IPL’ player. Initially, he played for the team ‘Delhi Daredevils’, but since 2014, he has been playing as a top-order batsman for ‘Sunrisers Hyderabad’. With 4,014 ‘IPL’ runs, he holds the record for most runs by an international player. in league
However, the ball-tampering scandal saw him banned from playing all forms of cricket in 2018. Thus he did not play in ‘IPL’ this year. He made a comeback in 2019 in ‘Sunrisers Hyderabad’.
During his late teens, David put in exceptional performances in the domestic and first-class leagues. He also put in exceptional performances in the ‘KFC Big Bash’, which ensured his inclusion in the Australian national team. In January 2009, he made both his Twenty20 International (T20I) and ODI debuts against South Africa. His batting style was initially considered more suited to the limited overs format.
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Warner also plays for ‘New South Wales’ and ‘Sydney Thunder’ in the Australian domestic tournament. Born and brought up in Sydney, New South Wales, David started playing cricket at an early age. He played during his schooling and eventually became a member of the Australian Under-19 cricket team.
David Warner Achievements – Awards
- David Warner is touted as one of the best batsmen in the current Australian line-up. He is the first Australian batsman to score 7 ODI centuries in a single year. He shares the credit of being one of the best T20 openers with his teammate Shane Watson. The pair have scored 1,154 runs in T20I games, the second highest by an opening pair in the history of the format.
- In January 2017, he won the ‘Allan Border Medal’ for the second time and became only the fourth player to win the prestigious trophy more than once.
- He served as the vice-captain of the Australian team between 2015 and 2018. He was the captain of the team during the 2016 ODI series against Sri Lanka. He also served as the captain during the 2017–2018 ‘Trans-Tasman Tri-Series’ against England and New Zealand.
He was banned for one year from international cricket following a ball-tampering incident following his joining in March 2018.
In March 2018, David (along with Steve Smith) was accused of ball-tampering during the third Test of the series against South Africa. Cameron Bancroft apparently tampered with the ball, and it was later revealed that the team’s management had prior knowledge of the action. Cricket Australia launched an investigation, and David was found guilty of the charges.
In March 2018, David was banned from international and domestic cricket for a year and captaincy for the rest of his career.
David also faced a lot of criticism for his aggressive behavior during matches. He was mentioned by New Zealand captain Martin Crowe as the youngest cricketer in the field.
On 4 March 2018, as both the Australian and South African players were returning to their dressing rooms at tea on the fourth day of the First Test in Durban, Warner and Quinton de Kock exchanged ugly comments on the stairs. Following the incident, based on video footage, the ICC fined Warner 75% of his match fee and awarded 3 demerit points. While de Kock was fined 25% of his match fee and given 1 demerit point.
On 9 June 2013, hours after Australia lost an ICC Champions Trophy match at Edgbaston, Warner attacked England’s Joe Root in the early evening hours at a Walkout bar in Birmingham. Following the incident, the Australian cricket team took strict action against Warner, saying that Warner would be fined £7,000 (AU$11,500) and miss the rest of the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy and tour matches. Warner defended his action by saying that it was Joe who was mocking South African batsman Hashim Amla that prompted Warner to do so.
David Warner Wife Name, Photos
David Warner married Australian model, surf lifesaver and professional Ironwoman Candice Warner in April 2015.
They have three daughters: Ivy Mae, born on September 11, 2014, and Indi Rae, born on January 14, 2016. Isla Warner
When not playing cricket, David enjoys swimming, golf and writing.