All the sports activities have come to a standstill which has provided David Warner enough time to focus on his dancing skills through the TikTok app. Warner has come up with a latest dance Tiktok video in which he is seen shaking a leg on a Tamil song which made fans go gaga over him.
Warner has found a new way to keep all his fans engaged & entertained amid the ongoing Coronavirus Lockdown. He has been quite active on social media during these lockdown days. The Aussie Opener batsman has joined the world of TikTok & took social media by storm by posting his funny videos featuring his wife Candice & daughter Indi. The 33-year-old batsman took to Instagram on Saturday & shared a video where he is seen dancing to a Tamil song with his wife & daughter. In the video, Warner & Candice can be seen grooving to an energetic Tamil song. “We are back again!! #challenge #family #boredinthehouse #isolation @candywarner1”. Warner captioned his video.
Warner fans from South India were in love with Warner’s latest video. “Love from TamilNadu brother”, a fan said. “Davidd u r just another level”, another fan said. “Woahhh!! That’s amazing mate”, a user said. “The only cricketer makes me smile during these tough times…love your family”, another fan added.
On Friday, Warner was in a live chat session with Rohit Sharma where the duo talked about various topics such as the IPL league, future of cricket post lockdown, and the possibility of T20 World Cup commencing as per the schedule.
Warner told Rohit that by looking at the current scenario in Australia, he doesn’t feel that the World cup will go commence in October. The left-handed batsman also said that it is quite weird to play matches in empty stadiums.
Talking about playing cricket behind closed doors, India Skipper Virat Kohli also presented his point of view & said that the players won’t be able to feel the same magic inside as they do when they play in front of thousands of spectators witnessing a game in the stadium.
David Warner would have been busy heading the SunRisers Hyderabad in the 13th edition of the IPL but the BCCI postponed the cash-rich league indefinitely due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.