David Warner is highly famous for his on-field spat with quite a number of players © Getty Images
David Warner is highly famous for his on-field spat with quite a number of players © Getty Images

Australian hard-hitting opening batsman, David Warner was involved in a session in Twitter where he was answering a few questions asked by his fans. The most interesting part came when a fan asked about the exchange of words with opponent players, especially during the Australian games and was it absolutely necessary, to which he calmly replied by twweting that if we go to work, don’t we talk at all? Also, on being asked about delivering another punch at Joe Root, he clamly denied. Warner is highly famous for his on-field spat with quite a number of players, apart from his hard-hitting abilities. David Warner believes attacking Moeen Ali is the right tactics

 

 

 

 

Warner is the strange case of a batsman who first made a name in T20 cricket before going on to shine in the classical format. Despite his small frame, Warner can generate immense power and smash bowling attacks into submission. David Warner claims to have applauded after Joe Root scored 100 in 1st Ashes Test

He made his Australian debut in a T20I in January 2009, thus becoming the first man to play for Australia without even making a First-Class debut since 1877. That also helped him clinched a contract with the Delhi Daredevils (DD) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2009. Despite his fast-tracked appearances for Australia, Warner only cemented his spot in the national team in late 2011, when he made his Test debut against New Zealand and smashed a ton in his second game. Chris Rogers thought Lord’s grandstand was moving, says David Warner

Warner had a few memorable performances in 2011-12, the most memorable of which came when he carried his bat against New Zealand at Hobart. David Warner backed by Brad Hogg