David Andrew Warner or famously known as David Warner is a professional Australian cricket player and former captain of Australian One day international cricket team. He is an attacking opening left-handed batsmen and was selected in the Australian national team without any first-class cricket experience.
Besides playing for Australian cricket teams such as New South Wales and Sydney Thunder, he has also played cricket teams such as Durham and IPL teams such as Delhi Daredevils and Sunrise Hyderabad.
David Warner’s Early Career
David Warner is of Australian nationality. He was born on 27 October 1986 to Australian parents in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He was interested and had exceptional batting skill and went to Matraville Public School and Randwick Boys High School.
David Warner’s Net worth and Salary
His annual salary which he receives from Cricket Australia is $564,174 for 2017/18 season. Looking at his professional cricketing career along with endorsing products like LG Electronic, his net worth is estimated to be around $9.9 million.
David Warner’s International Career
He made his international debut for Australia in a Twenty 20 international against South Africa on 11 January 2009 in Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Warner made a memorable 89 runs in his debut Twenty 20 match and went on to make his Test match debut against New Zealand at Brisbane, Queensland on 1 December 2011 and scored his first test century against New Zealand on 9 December 2011.
He made his one-day international debut for Australia against South Africa on 18 January 2009 and scored his first ODI century against Sri Lanka on 4 March 2012.
David Warner’s Personal Life
Talking about his personal life, his life has seen a fair amount of controversy. He was dropped from 2013 ICC Champions Trophy against New Zealand following an unpleasant incident when he punched English player Joe Root in the face during a nightclub in Birmingham.
He was also fined £ 7,000 for the incident by the Australian Cricket Board and was banned to play cricket for Australia in the first Ashes test series on 10 July 2013. Warner was involved in a verbal argument with South African wicketkeeper, Quinton De Kock during the first test match against South Africa during the tea interval on March 4, 2018.
The fight escalated after De knock made a vulgar comment on Warner Wife, Candice Warner. He was later restrained by his teammate captain Steve Smith and Usman Khawaja and was later was fined 75 percent of the match fee. Warner was banned from playing international cricket for a year when he was found guilty of ball tampering scandal along with his teammate, Steve Smith.
David Warner currently 31 who stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall is married to his wife Candice Warner in April 2015. Candice has been an iron woman.
The couple is blessed with two daughters, Ivy Mae Warner born on 11 September 2014 and Indi Rae born on 14 January 2016. Currently, his family is residing in Sydney.