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David Warner is one of the most celebrated and aggressive Australian batsmen. The former skipper and a left-handed opening batsman, Warner is the first cricketer in the 132 years of Australian cricket history to be selected for the national team without any experience in the first class.

At the age of 36 years, Warner holds multiple records to his name. He is the first batsman to ever score three centuries at The WACA (Western Australian Cricket Association) ground. Moreover, the 5 ft 7 inch (170 cm) player is the7th Australian batsman to score a triple century, and the 4th to do so at an Australian ground.

Also known as the “Bull”, Warner has experienced his fair share of controversies in International cricket. However, he emerged stronger following the controversy and is currently one of the most important assets for the Australian Cricket team.

Warner is immensely popular amongst his fellow cricketers and fans from all over the world. Let’s dig deep into his cricketing journey along with some interesting facts and figures.

David Warner Profile

Full Name David Andrew Warner
Nickname Lloyd, Mario, Bull, Cannon, The Reverend, Pocket Size Dynamo
Age and Date of Birth 36 years (in 2022), 27 Oct 1986
Height 1.70 m; 170cm; 5 ft 7 inch
Birth Place Paddington, New South Wales, Australia
Profession Cricketer
Batting Style Left hand Batsman
Jersey Number 31 (Australia)
Test Debut 1 December 2011 against New Zealand at Brisbane
ODI Debut 18 January 2009 against South Africa at Hobart
T20 Debut 11 January 2011 against South Africa at Melbourne
Domestic Team Durham, Middlesex, New South Wales, Northern Districts, Sydney Thunder
IPL Team Delhi Daredevils, Sunrisers Hyderabad,
Mother’s Name Lorraine Warner
Father’s Name Howard Warner
Spouse Candice Warner
Children Ivy Mae Warner (Daughter), Indi Rae (Daughter), Isla Rose (Daughter)
Net Worth $23 million

David Warner Personal Details

David Warner was born on 27 Oct 1986 to Howard and Lorraine Warner. He married his longtime girlfriend Candice Falzon, the former Australian ironwoman, in 2015 and has three daughters Ivy Mae, Indi Rae and Isla Rose with her. He was also named the ‘Australian Sports Dad of the Year’ in 2016.

David Warner is 5ft 7 inches tall, which seems to be quite decent and complements his weight and body structure. Being one of the most famous players in the team, he has been loved, appreciated, and respected by millions. And because of his magnificence in the game, David Warner’s net worth is around $23 million.

David Warner Journey in International Cricket

David Warner, the power hitter from the Australian team, made his debut in international cricket by scoring a stunning 89 off 43 balls in a T20I against South Africa. Known for his aggressive attitude as a top-order batsman, David Warner’s cricket slowly and steadily destroyed bowling attacks across the globe over the years.

He has served as the vice-captain of the Test and ODI national team between the years 2015 and 2018. Being in the limelight for his presence and his game, Warner has been a part of a fair share of controversies, particularly the ball-tampering incident in 2018 being the biggest of them.

With much of his T20 success, Warner made his ODI debut again against South Africa in Hobart, where his 69 runs made a mark on the match. Apart from the ODI’s, he continued to take his place and impress all in the T20 format of the game and was the only bright spot in Australia’s first-round exit in the 2009 edition of the World T20 in England.

Being the best and the choice of many, Warner made his Test debut in the summer of 2011 against a strong New Zealand team. And once again Warner’s aggressive touch at the top of the order was fully visible when he creamed a fantastic 119 against the South Africans at the Adelaide Oval in 2012.

In the initial stage of 2013, Warner was dropped by the board due to some disciplinary reasons and was fined for £7,000 and was not even allowed to play for the team until the first Ashes Test on July 10, 2013.

Warner’s Comeback

Finally, when allowed to make a comeback in the Ashes series in Australia 2013-14, he became the highest scorer in the series amassing 523 runs from five matches at an average of 58.11, which included one of the best David Warner centuries ever. He scored two centuries and two half-centuries in that season.

Even after that exceptional season, Delhi Daredevils did not retain him for the IPL season 2014. He was later acquired in February 2014 by the Sunrisers Hyderabad with a successful bid of INR 5.5 crores.

Playing well in the upcoming series and maintaining his standards, Warner scored a fine hundred in the first Test of Australia’s UAE tour in 2014. Scoring a fifty in the home ODI series that was against South Africa to stay in good shape, Warner then smashed three beautiful hundreds against top rival India in the year 2014-15.

Being the 2nd-highest run-scorer for Australia, he got 345 runs in 8 games that included the 178 achieved against the Afghanistan team.

After getting involved in many controversies, Warner witnessed both love and hate equally from the fans. The dispute in the 2018 tour of South Africa was the most remarkable and primarily how Warner’s career will be remembered.

In March in Cape Town, the camera spotted Cameron Bancroft using sandpaper to rub the ball. This crime was later accepted, and Warner, along with captain Steve Smith was interrogated and penalized after that.

He served a one-year ban which also resulted in him losing his lucrative IPL deal and brand contracts. However, his comeback made him a much stronger and hungrier man, the fight for his game was visible in his eyes and his runs in the IPL 2019.

The Australian team had no chance but to take the dashing opener back in their squad, as David Warner continues to be the gun batsman for Australia. Till date, David Warner has scored 19 ODI centuries.

David Warner International Cricket Stats

M Inn NO Runs HS Avg BF SR 100 200 50 4s 6s
Test 97 178 9 7839 335 46.38 11005 71.23 24 2 34 929 62
ODI 141 139 5 6007 179 44.83 6306 95.26 19 0 27 638 92
T20I 99 99 11 2894 100 32.89 2048 141.31 1 0 24 296 105

The IPL Journey Of David Warner

Being the best one out of the league is always an advantage, isn’t it?

David Warner IPL history has been a mark of real success, which isn’t only a saying but also documented by some impressive facts. Warner has successfully scored around 5000 runs (most by any international player) over the years in the IPL, with 44 half-centuries (most by any player) and 4 centuries (only behind Virat Kohli).

He has been a key player at the top of the order for the franchises he has represented over the years - that is the Delhi Daredevils from the year 2009 to 2013 and the Sunrisers Hyderabad since the year 2014 till now.

With Delhi Daredevils, Warner had an average first season scoring at an average of 23, and a relatively low strike in the 120s. While after the switch to Sunrisers Hyderabad, at a franchise for USD 880,000, his game worked wonders for the southpaw.

Although David Warner, being the captain in SRH, failed to take his side to the playoffs, he won himself the orange cap in the 2015 season by scoring the highest number of 562 runs. Moving forward and receiving the maiden title in 2016 by beating the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the finals, Warner contributed and ended the tournament as the 2nd-highest run-scorer.

In 2017, he failed to make it to the finals but won his second orange cap. He was further banned by the BCCI from playing in the IPL 2018 due to the ball-tampering allegation.

Barred from the leadership role, Warner returned in 2019, but as the key for the team, he again bagged the orange cap and proved himself. Warner’s IPL journey has been like a roller coaster, fans enjoyed watching the player shine with a stunning score of 548 runs in 16 matches that included 4 half centuries for SRH team as the captain in Indian T20 Premier League 2020.

In 2022, the three time orange cap winner was bought by the Delhi Capitals which seemed to be a fabulous change after a not so great spell in 2021. Warner came back stronger and played a total of 12 matches in which he amassed 432 runs that included five half centuries.

David Warner IPL Stats

Year Match No Runs HS Avg BF SR 100 50 4s 6s CT ST
Career 162 22 5881 126 42.01 4180 140.69 4 55 577 216 71 0
2022 12 3 432 92* 48 287 150.52 0 5 52 15 6 0
2021 8 0 195 57 24.37 181 107.73 0 2 15 6 2 0
2020 16 2 548 85* 39.14 407 134.64 0 4 52 14 12 0
2019 12 2 692 100* 69.2 481 143.86 1 8 57 21 2 0
2017 14 3 641 126 58.27 452 141.81 1 4 63 26 10 0
2016 17 3 848 93* 60.57 560 151.42 0 9 88 31 4 0
2015 14 1 562 91 43.23 359 156.54 0 7 65 21 8 0
2014 14 3 528 90 48 375 140.8 0 6 39 24 8 0
2013 16 3 410 77 31.53 323 126.93 0 4 41 14 6 0
2012 8 1 256 109* 36.57 156 164.1 1 1 28 14 1 0
2011 13 0 324 77 24.92 276 117.39 0 3 34 11 4 0
2010 11 1 282 107* 28.2 191 147.64 1 1 27 14 8 0
2009 7 0 163 51 23.29 132 123.48 0 1 16 5 0 0

David Warner Awards & Achievements

David Warner has won multiple awards and nominations till date across various formats of Cricket. The Australian cricket legend has won Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year in 2012 and Allan Border Medal in 2016, 2017 and 2020. He is the 4th player to win the award more than once and in consecutive years.

Moreover, Warner has also won Australian Test Player of the Year in 2016 and the Australian One Day International Player of the Year in 2017 & 2018. He has also won Orange Cap in the Indian T20 Premier League during 2015, 2017 and 2019 for scoring most runs.

To add to his glory, Warner has won ICC Men's T20 World Cup Player of the Tournament in 2021. On top of it, he has been selected as the part of ICC Test Team of the Year in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and the ODI Team of the Year in 2016 and 2017.

His stellar performance has also landed him in the ICC Test Team and the ICC ODI Team of the 2011–2020 Decade. There is no doubt that Warner will go on to achieve more awards and create records with his smashing performance as a batsman.

David Warner FAQs

Who is David Warner?

David Warner is a famed Australian cricketer, who is known as an explosive all-format opening batsman and for his aggressive batting style in all three-formats of cricket. He is also known for his stellar performance in the Indian T20 Premier League till date.

What is the current age of David Warner?

David Warner is currently 36 years old. However, despite his age, he has not stopped creating records and winning awards for his spectacular performance and he won't be stopping anytime soon.

What is the height of David Warner?

David Warner’s height is 5 ft 7 inches long. In centimeters is 170 cm and 1.7m when converted to more popular metric units.

Height in meters 1.7
Height in cms 170
Height in ft 5'7

Why Warner is not playing IPL 2022?

Warner played in IPL 2022. He played after April 5, 2022 as he could not participate in the first two matches for Delhi Capitals because of being in the quarantine period.

Why is David Warner banned?

David Warner was banned by the BCCI from playing in the IPL 2018 due to ball-tampering allegations. Currently, he is allowed to play in all cricket formats and leagues across the world.

Which Indian T20 Premier League team does David Warner play for?

David Warner currently plays for the Delhi Capitals in the Indian T20 Premier League. He was part of Delhi Daredevils from 2009-2013 and Sunrisers Hyderabad from 2014-2022 before becoming a part of the Delhi Capitals.

How many runs David Warner scored in ICC T20 World Cup 2022?

David Warner was unable to deliver an impactful performance with his bat in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. As a result, he scored a total of 44 runs in 4 matches during the ICC T20 World Cup 2022.

How many ODI centuries have David Warner scored?

The total tally of David Warner’s ODI centuries is 19 till date. As a result, the 36-year-old David Warner has scored a total of 6007 runs in the ODI format.

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