Australian opening batsman David Warner, who's currently spending some time with his family, has shared an adorable video in which he's seen playing the sport he loves with his family. "Not a bad wicket in the backyard @apurchase65 girls getting some good practice in," Warner wrote in the caption in the Instagram post. Read more – Jasprit Bumrah released from the squad for personal reasons
The ongoing Test series between India and England has attracted a lot of criticism for the pitch and numerous former cricketers have called the pitches 'beach', 'minefield' and 'dustbowl'. Amidst the contoversy surrounding the pitch, Warner cheekily started the caption with 'Not a bad wicket..', thus participating in the pitch debate.
The third Test between India and England, which also happened to be a day-night Test, got over within two days and all the English fans were furious at the pitch curator. Although, there are no sanctions from ICC on the Ahmedabad pitch, India's points in the World Test Championship table are unlikely to be docked.
David Warner picked up a groin injury during the ODI series against India last year and was ruled out from the T20I series. He did made a comeback for the Test series, but his performances weren't upto the mark.
He also missed the T20I series against New Zealand but was seen commentating. Warner revealed that his groin will take at least 6-9 months to recover. "Just to clarify a comment I made on commentary last night, that “My Groin”will need on going treatment and will have an annoying pain for at least 6-9 months. I am returning to play for NSW on the 4th March 2021 #horsesmouth," Warner had tweeted.