David Warner (Australian Cricketer)
David Warner is an Australian left handed opening batsman and right arm leg-break bowler. He is the current vice captain of Australian cricket team. David Andrew Warner is the first Australian batsman who was selected for nation team without experience in first class cricket. According to the ICC player ranking which was published in April 2017, he is at number 6th in the list of top Test batsmen in the world. According to this Ranking he is at number 3rd in top ODI batsmen of the world. He is naturally aggressive batsman and very aggressive fielder.
Full name of David Warner is David Andrew Warner. He was born on 27th October 1986 at Paddington, New South Wales. His nick-name is Lloyd, Mario. His current age is 31 years (in 2017). His height is 1.70 meter (5 feet 7 inches). David Warner was married with Australian women in April 2015.
Debut of David Warner in International Cricket Formats
Test Debut: He played his first test international match against New Zealand on 1st December 2011.
ODI Debut: He played his debut one day international match against South Africa on 18th January 2009.
T20 Debut: He played his T20 debut match against South Africa on 11th January 2009.
International Career & International Awards
He is the first Australian cricketer who selected for national team without having any firs-class experience. He is the first Australian batsman who reaches the 1500 runs in T20 International. He is also the first Australian batsman who made seven centuries in one year. He played his 100th match on 28th September 2017 and he is the first Australian batsman who made century in his 100th match.
He made 20 Test international centuries and 14 ODI centuries. His total centuries are 34. His highest runs in Test is 253 in ODI 179 and in T20 is 90*.
Centuries Vs Countries
06 VS India
06 Vs New Zealand
07 Vs South Africa
03 Vs England
03 Vs Sri Lanka
01 Vs West Indies
05 Vs Pakistan
01 Vs Afghanistan
02 Vs Bangladesh
Australia, Australia A, Australia U-19, Durham, Sunrisers Hyderabad, Delhi Daredevils, Middlesex, New South Wales, Northern Districts & Sydney Thunders.
Man of the Series Awards in Test International
He won totally three time Man of the series Award. He won first man of the series award in Australia Vs South Africa Series 2013/14. In this series he made 543 runs. He made 3 centuries and two fifties. This series won Australia by 2-1.
Second time he was awarded man of the series in Trans Tasman Trophy 2015/16. In this series he made 592 runs with three centuries.
Third time he won man of the series award against Bangladesh in 2017. In this series he made 251 runs with two centuries.
Man of the Match Awards in Test International
He awarded 7 times Man of the Match in his test international career.
Awards in ODI International Career
He won totally 13 Man of the Match awards in ODI International against different countries. He also won two Man of the Series awards.
Awards in T20 International Career
He won 6 Man of the Match awards in his T20 international career. He also won the award Man of the series in Australia Vs South Africa series 2015/16.