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David Warner Biography, Age, Wife, Children, Family, Wiki & More

Updated On : April 15, 2019

Other Name: David Andrew Warner, Lloyd, The Reverend, Bull, Cannon

David Warner Age, Birthday Facts and Birthday Countdown


32 years, 7 months, 24 days old age David Warner will turn 33 on 27 October, 2019. Only 4 months, 6 days, 22 hours, 46 minutes has left for his next birthday.

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David Warner has celebrated the total number of 32 birthdays till date. See the analysis by days count and bar graph.

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Short Biography

David Warner was born on 27-10-1986 in Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He is an Australian Cricket Player.

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David Warner Complete Bio & Career

David Warner is one of those players who played for Australia without even playing any first-class match. He was roped in Australia’s T-20 squad when South Africa toured Australia in 2009. He had a memorable debut where he piled on 89runs of just 43 balls. He tore apart the South African bowling line up and made his way into the ODI squad as well. He though didn’t had a great start to his ODI career but soon picked up and has been a regular member of Australia’s squad since then. 
 
He was also included in Australia’s squad for the 2011 World Cup but couldn’t do well. After a spot got opened in the Test squad, he was given an opportunity at the highest level in the year 2011. He with some exceptional performances became a regular in the test squad as well. He even scored a brilliant double hundred in tests and averages nearly 50 in tests.  He was the member of the World Cup winning squad in 2015. He was bought by IPL franchise Delhi Capitals in 2009 and remained with them till 2013. He had an average outing with Delhi Capitals but was roped in by IPL franchise SRH (Sunrisers Hyderabad) in 2013 and that move has changed his IPL career. 
 
He is today one of the most successful IPL players. He is also the fastest to reach 4000 IPL runs. In 2015, he was the highest run-getter of the tournament and helped his side lift the trophy in 2016. He lead from the front and made a scintillating 69 of 38 balls in the finals against RCB. After ball-tampering saga in 2018, he was banned from International cricket and also had to miss out IPL 2018. He came back in IPL 2019 as a player and showed that he belongs here. He was as consistent as he was in the previous years. He has been included in Australia’s team which will travel to England for ICC World Cup 2019.

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David Warner Family, Relatives and Other Relations

He was born to Howard Warner and Lorraine Warner. He has a brother named Steven Warner. He is married to Candice Warner since 2014. Together the couple is blessed with 2 daughters named Ivy Mae Warner and Indi Rae.

Body Measurements

Chest Size 41
Biceps Size 14
Waist Size 32
Skin Colour White
Eye Colour Blue
Hair Colour Blond

Personal Info

Home Town Paddington, New South Wales
Nationality Australian
Religion Christian
Address Paddington, New South Wales, Australia
School Matraville Public School, Hillsdale, New South Wales
College N/A
Qualification High School Pass
Hobbies Playing Golf, Swimming and Writing
Marital Status Married
Debut Test - vs New Zealand at The Gabba, Dec 01, 2011
ODI - vs South Africa at Bellerive Oval, Jan 18, 2009
T20I - vs South Africa at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Jan 11, 2009
Salary N/A
Net Worth $10 Million
Official Website N/A

Collections

Car Collections Audi Q7, and Mercedes Benz

Favourites

Favorite Player Virat Kohli , Mitchell Starc
Favorite Sport Cricket and Golf
Favorite Actress Jennifer Aniston
Favorite Food Chicken Burger

Shocking / Interesting Facts & Secrets About David Warner

  • Warner is a writer as well and is the proud author of the book ‘The Kaboom Kid- The big switch’.
  • His wife Candice Falzon is a fitness model.
  • He came from a very poor family and his family couldn't even buy him a cricket bat.
  • His coaches made him switch from left-handed to a right-handed batsman when he was 13. After a year though, he again switched to left-handed after her mother advised her to do so.
  • Outside the cricket field, he has made some smart investments and made handsome money out of that.

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