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The All-Time Favorite Cricket Player, David Warner

As we all know, David Warner is one of the most famous and finest cricketers worldwide. Every successful person has a success story that explains from where the person came, what he has achieved in his life, and what obstacles he faced to become successful.

Not only in real cricket, but he is also one of the most popular cricketers in the virtual world of fantasy cricket. It is a strategy-based online sports game where players create a virtual team of real cricketers playing in real matches. In fantasy cricket, you get points based on the performances of these players in actual matches.

And so, David Warner is also one of the successful cricketers who has been through falls many times in his cricket journey and became successful. You should know about his successful cricket journey to get inspired.

David Warner was born in Paddington, Sydney, one of the largest cities in Australia, on 27th October 1986. His nicknames are Lloyd, the Reverend, and Bull. He completed his studies at Randwick Boys High School and Matraville Public School. In his childhood, when he was only 13 years old, he hit the ball in the air, so his coach advised him to switch to right-handed batting. But his mom, Lorraine Warner, again asked him to change left-handed batting. He did the same while playing in Sydney Coastal Cricket Club and broke the under-sixteens run-scoring record. Then at the age of 15, he made his first debut in the Eastern Suburbs club. He toured Sri Lanka to earn a rookie contract with the Australian under-nineteens in the same year.

David Warner played against Tasmania at Hurstville Oval, Sydney, scored 165 runs, and hit his first Domestic One Day Century on 29th November 2008. He made his first-class debut in the 2008-2009 Sheffield Shield Season while playing for New South Wales, Australia, at Sydney Cricket Ground. And at that time, he was the one who broke the record for the highest One Day Domestic (ODD) as he scored 197 in just 141 balls with “twenty” fours and “ten” sixes. The previous record was made by Jimmy Maher, who scored 187 runs.

Warner also made the record in KFC Big Bash League as he made a half-century in 18 balls while playing against Tasmania. The earlier record was made by George Bailey, who made a half-century in 19 balls. David Warner was named as Captain for the “Sydney Thunder” in the first season of KFC Big Bash League as he performed so well in the league.

He is an international cricketer from the Australian cricket team. And the former vice-captain of the Australian national cricket team. From 2015 to 2018, he served the Australian cricket team as vice-captain at the times of test matches and One Day Internationals. David Warner is the first national cricketer in the 132 years of Australian cricket history. He was selected for a national team in any format without having prior experience in first-class cricket. He is a left-handed opening batsman and considered one of the most incredible batters of the present era.

David Warner is also one of the most successful players in the Indian Premier League. He has been rewarded with the Orange cap three times, and his total score is over 5000 runs. Presently he is performing outstandingly in IPL 2022.

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