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August 21, 2017

David Warner Wallpapers & Biography | Australian Batsman Profile

David Warner

This quick-scoring left-handed batsman is the first Australian cricketer in 132 years to be selected for the national team without any first-class cricket experience. Warner is known for his hard hitting and aggressive style of batting. In 2009 he played first Twenty20 international match against South Africa and scored 89 runs from 43 balls. Due to his aggressive batting style he was labeled as Twenty specialist which prevented her selection for Test Team. In 2011 he was given chance in Test match and he proved himself competitive batsman at this level. In addition to his talent in batting he is also prolific and wonderful fielder.
David Andrew Warner was born on 27 October 1986 in Paddington, Sydney, Australia. In his childhood he showed great talent for cricket and when he was 13 years old his coach changed him into right-handed batsman because he always hits the ball in the air as left-handed batsman. After one session he again switched to left-handed and scored record run for Sydney Coastal Cricket Club.
Warner is famous for his ability of switch hit, using the back of his bat or by taking right-handed stance, which makes her innovative and dangerous batsman. He is an athletic fielder and part-time spin bowler who mixes off-spin with leg-spin during his medium pace bowling.
David Warner is permanent member of Australian Cricket Team in all formats. Although he is specialist for the limited over cricket yet he is also very successful at Test Cricket. Warner is an explosive batsman in T20 as he is the first Australian to score 1500 T20 runs.

David Warner Biography

  • Full Name: David Andrew Warner
  • Date of Birth: 27 October 1986
  • Place of Birth: Paddington, Sydney, Australia
  • Height: 5.7 feet
  • Batting Style: Left-Handed
  • Bowling Style: Right-Arm medium fast
  • Role: Opening Batsman
  • Test Debut: 2011
  • ODI Debut: 2009

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