David Warner has been named the captain of SRH for the 13th season of the IPL, opened up on being renamed as the captain of the franchise

By Bet Barter

July 30, 2020

In March 2018, the world had flipped around for Australia vice-captain David Warner. It was the same year when management linked with the famous ball tampering scandal. It was during the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town. The result of the scandal was that the management removed him from the position of vice captain of Australia team. Moreover, the management banned him for 1 year. His other colleagues, Steve Smith and Cameron Bancroft served six months ban from playing.

Simultaneously, it was likewise concluded that Warner could stay away for the indefinite future to an initiative situation for his worldwide group. The result of his banning was so strong that Warner lost his IPL team captaincy as well. During that phase he was the captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad.

In 2019, Warner came back to play for SRH intensely and he shocked the world with a string of predictable exhibitions.

Warner believed himself as a leader and played games in last IPL

Warner believes he has done no wrong and thus there is nothing different in his story as a cricketer. He simply considers it to be a respect to commander the Sunrisers in the IPL. He has a strong bonding still now with al the team members of IPL, the support staff and the owners. And he has offered his thanks and he expresses gratitude toward them for that.

Warner will start to think critically and attempt his best to push them ahead to another IPL title. Without Warner in the team, Kane and Bhuvi (Bhuvaneshwar Kumar) managed everything wonderfully. What’s more, they have an extremely, great establishment there, they have an incredible family.

Warner despite everything viewed himself as a pioneer when he was there a year ago. As he said it doesn’t make a difference on the off chance that you have a ‘c’ close to your name or not. Warner has said this in the concluding lines of the interview.

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