COVID 19: Australian opener David Warner is spending time at home amidst a coronavirus threat.
However, Warner is also making sure that he remains constantly in touch with the game by finding new ways to practice at home as well.
David Warner recently shared a video on his Instagram account. In this video, the Australian opener can be seen in the backyard of his home using a tennis racket to sharpen his catching skills.
Warner wrote in the post of this video, “I am just trying to maintain the skills of holding with one hand.” Take care of soft hands. ”Let this Australian left-hander be in good form in ODI in 2020. David Warner has appeared in 7 matches this year and has scored 277 runs at an average of 46.17 and a strike rate of 99.64.
He also scored a brilliant century in the first match of the 3-match ODI series against India. The match was played at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. In that match, Australia beat India by 10 wickets on the basis of the centuries of Warner and Finch.
David Warner was to lead Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL). However, the possibility of cancellation of IPL 2020 due to coronavirus has increased.
Warner had scored 692 runs in 12 matches last year with an average of 69.8 and a strike rate of 143.86.
Meanwhile, the logo of the Sunrisers Hyderabad team made on the wall by Warner’s daughter Ivy is also viral on social media. Warner shared this picture on his Instagram Story.
Sunrisers have also posted this picture of Ivy from their official account, saying, ‘We have fallen in love with Australia’.