David Warner Biography | Family, Career, Stats, Important Facts

David Warner Biography | Family, Career, Stats, Important Facts
⟶ David Warner Biography | Family, Career, Stats, Important Facts
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David Warner is an Australian international cricketer and former captain of the Australian cricket team. However, it only offers limited cricket formats such as Twenty20 (T20) and One Day International games (ODIs). He also plays for New South Wales and Sydney Thunder in the Australian national team. Here are all details about David warner’s personal and professional life. Stay tuned and read this complete article.

David Warner Biography

Personal Information
Full nameDavid Andrew Warner
Born27th October 1986
Paddington, Sydney, Australia
Age35 Years
NicknameLloyd, the Reverend, Bull
Height170 cm (5 ft. 7 in)
BowlingRight-arm Leg Break
RoleOpening Batsman
David Warner

Born and raised in Sydney, New South Wales, David began playing cricket as a child. He played in his school and eventually joined the Australian U19 cricket team. During his youth, David played and performed exceptionally in national and premier league competitions. He also had an outstanding performance at the KFC Big Bash, which secured his entry into the Australian domestic cricket. In January 2009, he made his debut at T20 International (T20I) and ODI against South Africa. His percussion technique was initially thought to be more suitable for limited-overs format. He made his Test debut shortly afterwards, in 2011, against New Zealand. David is regularly listed as one of the best batsmen in the world. His powerful left-handed batting style has made him favorite with the fans that support him wholeheartedly, both for his national team and for his IPL team “Sunrisers Hyderabad”. What happened to the ball prevented him from playing international cricket for a year.

Childhood and Early Life

David Warner was born on 27th October, 1986 in Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales to Howard and Lorraine Warner. He grew up with his elder brother Steve. His family came from the middle class as his father worked in a factory.

David’s parents were barely able to provide the basic necessities of life to their children. The first bat David purchased at the age of 10 was the SS Jumbo, which he used so carefully that if anything happened to bat, his family could not buy a new one. David continued to play cricket throughout his childhood and adolescence. David lived in the Housing Commission’s apartment and started working part-time while he was still in school. On the weekends, he sold newspapers to visit school camps.

Despite everything that kept him from doing so, he never stopped playing cricket. He attended Randwick Boys’ High School and was a member of the school team. Despite being known for hitting the left-handed batsman, his school coach is fed up with knocking the ball in the air. David made a stick with his right hand, but David, taking his mother’s advice, struck with his left hand.

He played for “Sydney Coastal Cricket” club and broke the record of the club of top scorer for the Under-16 team. He also played for the “Eastern Suburbs” at age 16. Around the same time, he was selected for the Australian Under 19 national team touring Sri Lanka. His fame grew in the late 2010s when he was seen in the national team without playing in a top notch game.

David Warner
David Warner


David Warner Stats | Batting Stats

David Warner Batting Stats

Bowling Stats

LIS TAs177824158439.506.581/110
Bowling Stats

Recent Matches

NZ vs AUS533843139.47000000
PAK vs AUS493033163.33000000
WI vs AUS895694158.93000000
BAN vs AUS181430128.57000000
AUS vs ENG120050.00000000
David Warner Recent Matches Stats

Domestic Cricket

2006/07–presentNew South Wales
2009–2013Delhi Daredevils
2011/12; 2013/14Sydney Thunder
2012/13Sydney Sixers
2014–PresentSunrisers Hyderabad
2018St Lucia Stars
2019Sylhet Sixers
Domestic Cricket information

In 2008, David started playing domestic cricket in New South Wales. David had previously played for Australia at international level before making his First-Class debut in March 2009. Moreover, he was the first Australian cricketer in history to play an international match for his national team without playing a first-class game. David played for New South Wales in national tournaments, and he scored 197 off 141 balls and smashing 20 fours and 10 sixes. It was the highest score secured by an individual in Australian one-day cricket.

David Warner
David Warner

International Career

National SideAustralia (2009–present)
Test Debut1 December 2011 v New Zealand
Last Test15 January 2021 v India
ODI Debut18 January 2009 v South Africa
Last ODI29 November 2020 v India
ODI Shirt No.31
T20I Debut11 January 2009 v South Africa
Last T20I14 November 2021 v New Zealand
T20I Shirt No.31
International Information

In January 2009, David made his international debut in the T20 Match against South Africa when South Africa visited Australia. In his first game, he scored 89 scores off 43 deliveries hitting 7 fours and 6 sixes. He also scored the 2nd fastest half-century in the T20 match.

He made his Test debut against New Zealand in Brisbane in December 2011. The match was part of the “Trans-Tasman Trophy” tournament and he got his chance when another strong player, Shane Watson, was injured. In the first inning he scored 3 runs. He had 12 unbeaten spells in the second inning and made the victory runs. He scored his first Test Century in the same series against New Zealand and scored 123 unbeaten runs in the second innings. Since then, he has played 74 test matches for Australia, averaging 48.20 runs per innings with 6,363 runs. Moreover, he secured 21 Centuries and 29 Half-Centuries and his highest score is 253.

ODI Career

In January 2009, David played his first ODI debut against South Africa. His consistently good performance enabled him to join the Australian limited-overs team. However, since the best potential of cricketers is achieved through their performance in the form of cricket tests, David’s value has not yet been proven.

During his ODI career, David has played 106 international games and scored 4,343 points, with an average of 43.43. He scored 14 centuries and 17 half centuries, and his highest ODI score is 179 runs.

IPL Career

David is also an exceptional IPL player. He first played for “Delhi Daredevils”, but since 2014 he has been played as a top-notch batsman for “Sunrisers Hyderabad”. With 4,014 “IPL” scores, he holds the record for the highest-scoring international cricketer in the league.

However, a ball-tampering scandal led to his disqualification for all forms of cricket in 2018. That’s why he didn’t play in the IPL that year. In 2019 he returned to Sun Riders Hyderabad.

David Warner – Throughout the Years

200923T20I debut
200923ODI debut
200923Debut in IPl for Delhi Daredevils
201125Test debut
201529Selected for 2015 ICC World Cup
201529Won his first Orange Cap in IPL
201731Became No 1 batsman in ICC rankings
201933Selected for 2019 Cricket World Cup
David Warner Throughout The Years

Records and Achievements

David Warner is considered one of the best batsmen in the current Australian team. He is also the first Australian batsman to achieve a 7 ODI centuries in one year. He shares the reputation of one of the best T20 Openers with his teammate Shane Watson. Together, the pair scored 1,154 runs in the T20I games, the second highest score for the opening pair in the history of the format.

In January 2017, he won the “Allan Border Medal” for the second time and was the only the 4th player to win the coveted trophy more than once. From 2015 to 2018 he was the Vice Captain of Australian Cricket Team. He was the team captain in the 2016 ODI series against Sri Lanka. He also served as the captain in the 2017-2018 Trans-Tasman Tri-Series against England and New Zealand.

David secured a match-winning half-century as Australia won their first ever ICC Men’s T20 World Cup trophy beating rivals New Zealand in the final match on Sunday, 14th November 2021 in Dubai.

He was elected as the Player of The Tournament for his effort with the bat. In the last two editions of the event (2014 and 2016), Indian batter Virat Kohli won this title.

David Warner playing against New Zealand in the final match of ICC T20 World Cup 2021
David Warner playing against New Zealand in the final match of ICC T20 World Cup 2021

David Warner – Controversies

In March 2018, David (along with Steve Smith) was accused of ball-tampering during the third Test match of a series friendly against South Africa. Cameron Bancroft appeared to have tampered with the ball and later found out that the team captain was aware of the movement. Australian Cricket launched an investigation and David has been found guilty of the charges. In March 2018, David was banned from playing international and national cricket for one year until the end of his captaincy.

David was also criticized for his aggressive behavior during the tournament. New Zealand captain Martin Crowe called him the youngest cricketer on the pitch.

Family and Personal Life

In April 2015, David Warner married Australian model, surfer and professional iron woman Candice Falzone. They have three daughters: Ivy Mae, born on 11t September 2014, and Andy Rae, born on 14th January 2016 and Isla Rose.

Hobbies: When David isn’t playing cricket, he enjoys swimming, golfing, and writing.

David Warner with his wife Candice Falzone
David Warner with his wife Candice Falzone

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