David Andrew Warner in short Mr. David Warner is an Australian international athlete/cricketer and additionally an ex-captain(former) of the Australian national cricket team. MR. Warner was born on 27 October 1986. A well and most skillfully left-handed gap/opening batsman/ballplayer, Mr. David Warner is that the 1st Australian country cricketer to be designated/nominated for a national team in any format while not having expertise in superior cricket in 132 years. Mr. David Warner plays for the Sydney Thunder( Australian franchise professional cricket team) and New South Wales in domestic/locality cricket. Mr. Warner also served/obey as the Australian cricket team vice-captain across ODI and Test formats of the game between 2015 and 2018 years.
Mr. David Warner became the fourth player to win the Allan Border Medal bunce of time in the month of January 2017 and also win the award in successive years. Mr. David Warner played in his 100th ODI(One Day International) and became the first strong batsman for the Australian cricket team and the 8th batsman overall to score a century in his 100th ODI on 28 September 2017.
Following a preceding investigation into ball-tampering by the Australian cricket team in the third(3rd) Test match of their Test series against the South Africa cricket team, Mr. Warner was suspended, charged with bringing the game into disrepute/disgrace in the month of March 2018. On 28 March 2018, again following a board investigation meeting, the Cricket Australia board banned Mr. David Warner from all international and National cricket in Australia country from any captainship/leadership positions for good/permanently for one year.
Mr. David Warner scored the most second-highest independent/individual score by the Australian Test batsman in the month of November 2019, with 335 runs not out against the Pakistan cricket team and Mr.Warner became the most 7th Australian best cricketer to score a Test match triple hundred(100).
David Warner:- Early Life and Personal Life:
Mr. David Warner was born on 27 October 1986 in Paddington, a new city in eastern Sydney Australia. When Mr. Warner is in 13 years old, he was asked by his cricket coacher to switch(change the style) for right-handed batting because he kept hitting the ball in the air. Mr. David Warner’s mother’s name is Sheila Warner(née Orange). However, his mother encouraged/stimulated him to come to batting left-handed and he busts the under-16’s run-scoring record for the state capital Coastal Cricket Club Australia. Then Mr. David Warner made his first-grade debut/launch for the Eastern Suburbs club when his age was 15 and later toured(explore) Sri Lanka cricket team with the Australian under-19s cricket team and earned a rookie/abecedarian contract with the state team. Mr. Warner was studied in two high schools- Matraville Public School and Randwick Boys High School.
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