Personal Information About David Warner
|Name:-||David Andrew Warner|
|D.O.B:-||27th October 1986|
|Place of Birth:-||Paddington, New South Wales|
|Height:-||5 ft 7 in|
|Profession:-||Australian Cricketer (Batsman)|
|Style of Batting:-||Left Handed Batsman|
|Style of Bowling:-||Right-arm medium|
|David Warner Family Info|
|Father Name:-||Not Know|
|Mother Name:-||Sheila Warner|
|Brother Name:-||Steven Warner|
|Sister Name:-||Not Know|
|Childen:-||Daughter – Ivy Mae|
|David Warner Wife:-||Candice Falzon|
|David Warner Net Worth:-||$10 Million|
David Warner Early life, Childhood, and Education
David Andrew Warner was born on October 27, 1986, in Paddington a small town of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. His mother name is Sheila Warner. David started playing cricket at a very early age. During his very early age almost at the age of 13, David’s coach encouraged him to switch to the right hand. After a season David’s mother suggested him to keep continue playing cricket with left hand rather than right hand. David’s mother suggestion proved very useful for him because he broke the record of most scoring runs of Under-16. David was very obese and lazy in his childhood or early age of his life. David received his early education from Matraville Public School and after that, he attended Randwick Boys High School.
David Warner Domestic Career
David is an Australian left-handed batsman and the athletic fielder. He is a hard man to keep quiet he loves to smash the ball hard with the help of his wrist. David considers one of the most destructive hitters in the cricket world. At the age of 14, David started playing cricket for the Sydney Coastal Cricket Club. He was selected to be a part of the first class Eastern Suburbs Club at the age of 15. David toured Sri Lanka with the Australia U-19 side.
David made his domestic debut when he was playing for New South Whales Blues team against the Tasmanian team. In this match, David scored an unbeaten 165 runs and also made a record for the highest One Day International score by a cricketer from the New South Wales Blues. David again missed the fastest century against Tasmania in the Domestic cricket of Australia, he was just close to hundred he required just 3 runs to complete the century; he scored 97runs just off 54 balls. David’s outstanding performances in domestic career help him to find a space through the international career.
David Warner ODI, T20 and Test Career
David was selected for Australia’s International T20 team in January 2009 against South Africa at Melbourne Cricket Ground. In this match David displayed his powerful style of batting, he scored 89 off 43 balls with 7 fours and 6 sixes. It was also included in the 2nd fastest international T20 half-century ever. His strong arm and muscles help him to thrash the ball so hard to hit the ball out of the ground.
David made his international Test cricket debut against New Zealand in Brisbane in December 2011 in the first test of the Trans-Tasman Trophy.
In January 2012, he made 100 runs off 69 balls in his 1 st Test match against India at WACA. David eventually made his innings runs to 180 off 159 balls, which was an additional record score in Test cricket.
David Warner IPL Career
David started his (IPL) Indian Premier League career by representing Delhi Daredevils in the seasons of 2009-10. David’s 1 st season of IPL was not much impressive. In the IPL 2014, his performance was superb his batting was much impressed. In 205 he was bought by Sunrises Hyderabad in an auction of IPL. He was assigned as the captain of the Sunrises Hyderabad. For David, this season of the IPL was the best and excellent season, as he made most runs of IPL 205 season, for the outstanding performance he was awarded the orange cap entire tournament.
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KFC Big Bash League
David set the record for the fastest KFC Big Bash tournament, he scored fifty off 18 balls in the match against Tasmania. David was the captain for the Sydney Thunders in the new Big Bash League and he scored 102 off 51 balls, he also holds the records of most 6s in the Big Bash League. In English Domestic Cricket, he has also played for the English Country Champions Durham in 2009.
In November 2015, Warner achieved the rare feat (Third cricketer ever) in the history of the Test cricket to made centuries in both innings of a single Test game 3 times.
David Warner Personal Life
David had a very short relationship with Candice Falzon and both were in deep love with each other. David and Candice after spending a good relationship with each other they decided to get married. Candice Falzon is a popular Australian Ironwoman and also a fitness model. In September 2014 the couple got their first baby, her name is Ivy Warner, in January 2016 they got their second daughter, her name is Indi Rae.
David Warner Records and Milestones
David Warner Test Match achievements
|In the Trans-Tasman Trophy man of the match in 2011-2012.|
|Australian tour of South Africa Player of the Series in 2013-2014.|
|In the Frank Worrell Trophy man of the match in 2015-2016.|
|In the Trans-Tasman Trophy Player of the series in 2015-2016|
David Warner One Day Internationals (ODI) achievements
|In 2012 at Sydney Man of the match against India.|
|In 2012 at Brisbane Man of the match against Sri Lanka.|
|In 2015 at Perth Man of the match against Afghanistan.|
|In 2015 at Belfast Man of the match against Ireland.|
David Warner in International T20 achievements
|Man of the match award in February 2010 against West Indies.|
|Man of the match award in September 2012 against Pakistan.|
|Man of the match award in January 2013 against Sri Lanka.|
|Player of the series award in 2015-2016 in the Australia tour of South Africa.|
David Warner Net Worth
An Australian Cricket player and Vice Captain of all formats of the team David Warner is an explosive batsman and first-class cricketer. He has various income sources. David’s Income per year: $4 Million, IPL Contract: $1.14 Million (2016), Net Worth: $30 Million, Central Contract with Australia Cricket: $2 Million (per Year).