David Warner was dropped from the captaincy and dropped from the team by SRH in IPL 2021.© IPL
From being dropped by the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise in September to winning the Player of the Tournament award at the T20 World Cup in November, it has been a rollercoaster ride for opener David Warner, who played Australia’s first T20I. played an important role in. World Cup title win on Sunday. Two months after the UAE leg of IPL 2021, Warner has broken his silence on the series of incidents that happened to him at the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) camp, where the star opener was dropped from the team and dropped from the captaincy.
“When you are dropped from the team you love the most for years without any real mistake and are stripped of the captaincy for no reason, it hurts. Also no complaints. In India The fans have always been there for me and it is for them that you play. We play for fun. We play to pursue excellence,” Warner said in an interview with The Economic Times.
David Warner, who led Sunrisers Hyderabad to the IPL title in 2016, featured in only two matches in the UAE-leg of IPL 2021. However, the opener said that even after not getting a place in the SRH team, he was working hard. And batted very well in the nets.
“Whatever the reason for me not getting a place in the IPL team, I can tell you that I had the toughest training ever. I didn’t miss a day. I was batting very well in the nets and this It was only a matter of time before everything started working. So yes, although it did hurt, I knew I would have another chance,” Warner said.
Australia clinched their maiden T20 World Cup title by defeating New Zealand in the final on Sunday. David Warner was the architect of Australia’s victory in the tournament with his scintillating performances with the bat. The left-handed batsman scored 289 runs in 7 innings in the T20 World Cup that ended.
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