David Warner is an Australian cricket player who plays for Australia and is captain of the Australian national cricket team. In limited-overs cricket, like Twenty20 (T20) and one-day internationals (ODIs), he has only been captain. He also plays for the “New South Wales” and “Sydney Thunder” teams in events held in Australia. David was born and raised in Sydney, New South Wales. He began playing cricket as a child. He played the game all through school and finally made it to the Australian under-19 cricket team.
David played in local and first-class leagues and did very well in them when he was in his late teens. He also did really well in the “KFC Big Bash,” which made sure he got on the Australian national team. He played his first Twenty20 International (T20I) and One-Day International (ODI) in January 2009, both against South Africa. At first, his way of hitting the ball was thought to work better in the limited-overs system. So, he didn’t play his first Test until 2011, against New Zealand. David is always rated as one of the world’s best batters. His hard-hitting left-handed batting style has made him a huge hit with the people who cheer for him no matter if he’s playing for his national team or his “IPL” team, “Sunrisers Hyderabad.” He was banned from international cricket for a year in March 2018 because he tampered with a ball.
People from Australia who were born in October
Known as: Lloyd
37 years old
Ex-spouse or spouse: Candice Falzon
Sheila Warner is her mother.
Two kids, Indi Rae and Ivy Mae
5’7″ (170 cm) tall, 5’7″ A male
Growing up and early life
The boy David Warner was born on October 27, 1986, in Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales. His parents are Howard Warner and Lorraine Warner. They grew up together with their brother Steve. Their family was in the lower middle class, and their dad worked in a factory.
David’s parents had a hard time meeting their kids’ basic wants. The first bat David ever got was an “SS Jumbo” when he was 10. He was very careful with it because if it broke, his family wouldn’t have been able to afford a new one.
David kept playing cricket all through his childhood and teen years. David began working part-time while he was in school and lived in an apartment run by the Housing Commission. He worked on the weekends selling newspapers so that he could go to school camps.
He did not stop playing cricket, even though many things stopped him. The boy went to “Randwick Boys High School” and played on the school team.
He hits hard with his left hand, but his school coach gets tired of him hitting the ball high into the air. David Warner told David to hit with his right hand, but David did what his mother told him to do and hit with his left hand.
He played for the “Sydney Coastal Cricket” club and scored more runs than any other batter on the under-16 team. At age 16, he also played for the “Eastern Suburbs” club. At about the same time, he was picked to go on tour with Australia’s under-19 team to Sri Lanka. In the late 2010s, he became more well-known because he was being considered for the national team even though he had never played in a first-class game.
By 2008, David was playing cricket for New South Wales in his home country. David played his first first-class match in March 2009, but he had already played for the Australian team in foreign games. He was the first cricket player in Australian history to play in an international match for his country without having played in a single first-class match.
David made 197 runs off of 141 balls while playing for “New South Wales” in domestic tournaments. He hit 20 fours and 10 sixes. This was the best score ever made by a person in Australian one-day domestic cricket.
David’s first game for his country was a T20 match against South Africa in January 2009, while South Africa was on a tour of Australia. He hit 7 fours and 6 sixes in his first game, which took 43 balls. He also got to fifty for the second-fastest time in a T20 game.
David also played his first ODI match that same month against South Africa. Because he always played well, he was a regular in the Australian limited-overs team. But because cricket players reach their full potential when they play Test cricket, he still had to show his worth.
There was a Test match in Brisbane in December 2011 against New Zealand. It was his first game. It was part of the “Trans-Tasman Trophy” event, and he got to play when Shane Watson got hurt, stopping another hard-hitter. In the first inning, he scored three runs. He hit 12 runs without getting out in the second inning and scored the winning runs.
In the same series against New Zealand, he scored his first Test hundred by making 123 runs without being out in the second innings. Since then, he has played 74 Tests for Australia and scored 6,363 runs, or 48.20 runs per game on average. He has also made 21 hundreds and 29 half-centuries. His best score is 253.
To date, David has played 106 ODIs for his country and scored 4,343 runs, giving him an average of 43.43. He has made 14 centuries and 17 half-centuries. His best ODI score was 179 runs.
David’s skills as an “IPL” player are also very good. He used to play for the “Delhi Daredevils,” but since 2014, he’s been a top-order batter for the “Sunrisers Hyderabad.” The most runs scored by a foreign player in the “IPL” (a cricket league) is 4,014 by him.
But because of the ball-tampering incident, he couldn’t play any cricket in 2018. That’s why he didn’t play in the “IPL” that year. In 2019, he went back to “Sunrisers Hyderabad.”
Achievements and records
People in Australia say that David Warner is one of their best batters right now. He is the first player from Australia to score 7 hundred in an ODI in the same year. He and Shane Watson, another member of his team, are both great T20 starters. They have scored 1,154 runs together in T20Is, which is the second-highest score by a starting pair in the history of the game.
He was only the fourth player in history to win the prestigious “Allan Border Medal” more than once. He got it again in January 2017.
From 2015 to 2018, he was the vice-captain of the Australian team. During the 2016 ODI series against Sri Lanka, he led the team as captain. He was also captain of the team in the “Trans-Tasman Tri-Series” against England and New Zealand in 2017 and 2018.
David and Steve Smith were both charged with messing with the ball in the third Test match of a series against South Africa in March 2018. It looked like Cameron Bancroft messed with the ball, and it turned out that the team’s bosses knew about it ahead of time. David was found guilty of the charges after “Cricket Australia” looked into them. David was told in March 2018 that he could not play cricket for a year in any country and could not be captain for the rest of his career.
A lot of people have also said bad things about David for being rude during games. Martin Crowe, the captain of New Zealand, said that he was the youngest cricket player on the field.
Personal and Family Life
In April 2015, David Warner married Candice Falzon, an Australian model, surf lifeguard, and professional ironwoman.
It was September 11, 2014, when Ivy Mae was born, and January 14, 2016, when Indi Rae was born.
Aside from cricket, David likes to swim, play golf, and write.