David Andrew Warner
|Date of Birth||
October 27, 1986
Left- hand Opening Batsman/Leg Break Bowler
Australia, Australia A, Australia Under-19s, Delhi Daredevils, Durham, Middlesex, New South Wales, Northern Districts, St Lucia Stars, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Sydney Thunder, Winnipeg Hawks
David Andrew Warner is an Australian International cricketer and a world-famous opening batsman. He is also a former captain of the Australian national team in limited overs format, which he has served from 2015 to 2018. He is a left-handed batsman and has been playing for the national team since 2009 for all three formats of the game.
David Warner was born in Paddington in 1986 in Eastern Sydney and started taking cricket coaching at a very young age. However, his primary coach used to advise him to bat with his right hand; he kept himself dedicated as a left-handed batsman with his mother’s encouragement.
He represents the New South Wales and the Sydney Thunders teams at domestic level. After sharpening his batting skill perfectly, he made his debut in Under-16 domestic match for the Sydney Coastal Cricket Club.
It was Sheffield Shield tournament 2008-2009 that gave him the chance to shine the most in the domestic level and an opportunity to enter the national team. He has made some glorious records in his domestic matches back to back and got his first international break in 2009.
He has made his international debut with a T20I match and cemented his place in the team with an impactful performance. David Warner is an exceptional Australian cricketer, who hasn’t played a single first-class match yet has made a grand entry in the international field. He is a top-rated aggressive opening batsman of the team and mostly regarded for his ability of switch hit favoring the aerial route.
This Australian cricketer contains an enviously successful batting statistic in IPL history as well. David Warner started his IPL journey with Delhi Daredevils but now represents the SRH team in the IPL 2019 tournament.
Debut Test Match: at Brisbane Cricket Ground Stadium Vs New Zealand on 1st of December in 2011
Debut ODI Match: at Bellerive Oval Stadium Vs South Africa on 18th of January in 2009
Debut T20I Match: at MCG Stadium Vs South Africa on 11th of January in 2009
IPL Debut Match: at The Wanderers Stadium Vs Chennai Super Kings on 2nd of May in 2009
He has scored 6363 runs in 74 matches in 7 years of test career at an average of 48.2 and strike rate of 74.52 including 21 hundreds and 29 fifties (as on May 7, 2019)
|Achievements/Records Associated With||
Fourth Australian to receive the Allan Border Medal (in 2017)