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Australian cricketer


David Andrew Warner is an Australian cricketer. He is the first Australian cricketer in 132 years to be selected for a national team in any format without experience in first-class cricket. Warner plays for New South Wales, Durham, Delhi Daredevils and the Sydney Thunder.

David Warner Info

Full NameDavid Andrew Warner
Date of BirthOctober 27, 1986
Place of BirthPaddington, Sydney, Australia
Height1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Other Names / Nick NamesLloyd, Bull
Batting styleLeft-handed
Bowling styleLeg spin
RoleOpening Batsman
National sideAustralia
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 It adds a string to the team as well. If we play two spinners you have an extra spinner there and obviously Michael bowls as well. It's an advantage to the team in these conditions and I'm going to be practicing a lot more in the nets, 
— David Warner is working on his legspin bowling / April 08, 2012
 Definitely not. My goal as a kid was to get the baggy green and I'm here at this moment opening the batting. I'm trying to take my opportunity and trying to cement my place there. I'm 100 per cent Test cricket over IPL any day, 
— David Warner would prefer Test cricket over IPL anyday / March 23, 2012
 I learned this off Chanderpaul when we were at Durham. He batted on the bowling machine for six hours. I said, ’This is ridiculous, how can you do this?’ And he said, ‘If you’re going to bat for six hours in a game you might as well practise it’ 
— David Warner learnt the art of staying at the crease from Shivnarine Chanderpaul / January 16, 2012
 I just have to back myself. You get a good start and the crowd starts going and you want to keep going on the roll. 
— David Warner / May 31, 2009
 It's not like I'm trying to hit every ball into the next suburb, Basically, if it's in my area, I'm not going to hold back. 
— David Warner on his hitting style / May 31, 2009

 If it's ball one or the last ball of the day, I'm still not going to hold back. I known when to be more careful, but basically, I want to score off every ball. 
— David Warner / May 31, 2009