David Warner swings his bat just like a sword in his hand!

David Warner

David Warner shared a throwback video of his mind-blowing shoot which he hit for the Sunrisers Hyderabad where he is swinging his bat like a sword!

In the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic, the Australian opening batsman has always tried to keep his fans entertained through sharing posts and videos on his social media handles. The star Australian batsman who plays for the Sunrisers Hyderabad Franchise in the IPL league shared a new video on his Instagram handle. The video is from last year in which David Warner was seen swinging his bat like a sword for a commercial in behind the scenes videos and bursts into laughter when the director said cut. The Aussie Captioned the video by saying, “Throwback to this scene from last year from a commercial we were doing for @sunrisershyd do you think that I swung the bat just like @royalnavghan who swings the bat just like a sword?”

The left-handed batsman has been spending a good time at home just like other sports personalities. Warner has been in a good form for his team since last year. He scored smashing 128 runs for Aussie in a One-day international match against India which took place at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. However, India went ahead to win the three-match ODI series 2-1 against the Australians at home.

David Warner just like other cricketers are dying to come back on the cricket pitch. Recently, SunRisers Hyderabad has announced that David Warner will be leading the team in the upcoming edition of IPL.

However, it is much awaited to see whether IPL will begin from the revised date of April 15th or it will be postponed further as India is fighting a battle against the Coronavirus Pandemic.

Back in 2018, Warner had been removed from captaincy after his name was involved in the sandpaper gate scandal. He was banned by the Australia Cricket board from participating in any professional cricket for 12 months. David Warner returned back to the Australian team just at the time of the 2019 World Cup.