Returning home after months becomes very painful for the members who are said to wait for the member who goes for a long time. The emotions rise when our loved one returns home after a long time. The same was seen when the dashing batsman David Warner returned his home after 108 days. The scene became very emotional on the airport itself. There are social media spins on a video of Australia’s charismatic opener, David Warner, arriving home to his wife and three daughters. It’s worthwhile to highlight that after 108 days, Warner had met with his family. Let’s have a look at what happened.
In August, the left-hander moved out of home for Australia’s first overseas assignment in England following the disease outbreak halt in cricket. The hosts claimed the T20I series while the tourists in the ODI series emerged triumphantly. Warner traveled to the UAE from England to lead Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 2020 Indian Premier League (IPL). On the points table, SRH placed seventh, beating the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Elimination match. In Qualifier 2, Warner’s team was knocked out, by the players of the Delhi Capitals in the tournament. Again the Southpaw was one of the winners in the IPL. He amassed 548 runs with 4 half-centuries at an average of 39.14 and a strike rate of 134. Warner came to Australia after completing the IPL, where he had to undergo a compulsory 14-day quarantine period.
The social media manager of Cricket Australia posted a video of David Warner coming home after a long time apart. His mom, Candice Warner, shot the video and his daughters, Ivy Mae, Indi Rae, and Isla Rose, are seen meeting him. Ivy Mae,6, and Indi Rae,4, scamper towards their father as Warner enters the house, embracing him at the door itself. Then Warner embraces his youngest sibling, Isla Rose, who is younger than2, and all 4 cuddles for a group photo around each other. “The opener shared a family photo on his Instagram earlier in the day which he captioned, “I’m officially back with my girls after 108 days. In a group pic, Isla can not sit still or smile in my happy place @candywarner1 #family
In the ODI season starting on 27 November at the SCG, the 34-year-old will be seen opening against India alongside Aaron Finch. Three T20I encounters and a much awaited four-Test match series will accompany the ODIs. David Warner scores 49 in ODIs and 27 in T20Is against the Men in Blue.