David Warner

David Warner made burst into the scene as a T20 specialist, becoming the first man since 1877 to debut for Australia without any first-class history. His hard hitting approach made him a crucial cog for Australia in T20s. He broke through the notion of being a T20 specialist when he was handed the baggy green in 2011. In his second innings of the debut, Warner showed tenacity that was never expected off him and mixed it with his trademark aggressive

batting style and batted through the innings, thus getting to a total of 123. Australia lost the match but David Warner proved his credentials as a Test player. This was followed by a whirlwind 69-ball 100 against India at the WACA. Warner's hard hitting style is also accompanied by aggression on the field that sometimes spills outside it. He had once been suspended by Cricket Australia for punching England's Joe Root in a bar-room altercation in Birmingham, and had also been warned over a Twitter spat with a pair of journalists.

David Warner News

Steve Smith, David Warner to be phased into Australian team, suggests Justin Langer

Steve Smith and David Warner are banned from representing Australia until end of March in 2019 for their involvement in the ball tampering fiasco.

Steve Smith, David Warner to play in Bangladesh T20 league

Steve Smith and David Warner have been banned from playing international cricket for a year after being found guilty in ball tampering episode in March.

Watch: David Warner faces Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins before 3rd India T20I

Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins bowled to suspended opener David Warner during the SCG nets ahead of the Test series against India on Sunday.

Steve Smith, David Warner, Cameron Bancroft bans to remain; CA reject appeal

A unanimous decision by Cricket Australia means bans imposed on Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft for their involvement in Sandpapergate will remain.

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Early reprieve for banned trio? Cricket Australia braces for final deliberation

According to Fairfax Media, the CA board will convene a meeting early this week to discuss whether the ban on Smith, Warner and Cameron Bancroft should be reduced.

Ball tampering aftermath: Banned players angry because officials got away, says Ian Chappell

Ian Chappell's remarks came a day after a review by the Sydney-based Ethics Centre into the incident condemned an "arrogant" and "controlling culture" at CA.

Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann calls for Steve Smith, David Warner bans to be reviewed

Steve Smith and David Warner are some seven months into one-year bans, while Cameron Bancroft will be eligible to return in December after his suspension for ball tampering.

'Arrogant' and 'controlling' Cricket Australia criticised in culture review

Cricket Australia have been branded as "arrogant" and "controlling" and accused of treating its elite players like commodities, according to a wide-ranging report on Monday.

Australian Cricketers' Association call for reduction in bans for Steve Smith, David Warner rejected

Cricket Australia are not considering reducing the period of ban on Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft from the game of cricket.

David Warner walked off field in club game after being 'abused': Wife

The match against Western Suburbs at Pratten Park was held up for about two minutes when David Warner left the field but he returned to resume his innings by agreement with the opposition.

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