David Warner

David Warner

Australia Left Handed Bat
T20 WORLD CUP 2024 STATS
7 Mat
178 Runs
139.06 S/R
29.67 Avg
56 H/S

Personal Information

Full Name David Andrew Warner
Date of Birth October 27, 1986
Age 36 Years
Nationality Australia
Birth Place Paddington, Australia
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70m)
Current Team(s)
Role Opening batsman/Left-handed, Right arm leg break Bowler, Right arm medium Bowler
Batting Style Left hand Bat
Bowling Style Legbreak
Debut January 11, 2009
Jersey No. 31
Family Sheila Warner (Mother), Candice Falzon (Spouse), Ivy Mae Warner (Daughter), Indi Rae Warner (Daughter)

Most Recent Matches

Match R BF 4s 6s S/R O R W E/R
IND vs AUS 6 6 1 0 100.00 0 0 0 0
AFG vs AUS 3 8 0 0 37.50 0 0 0 0
BAN vs AUS 53 35 5 3 151.43 0 0 0 0
SCO vs AUS 1 4 0 0 25.00 0 0 0 0
NAM vs AUS 20 8 3 1 250.00 0 0 0 0

Batting Stats

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Game Type Mat Inn R BF NO Avg S/R 100s 50s H 4s 6s Ct St
ODIs 161 159 6932 7127 6 45.30 97.26 22 33 179 733 130 71 0
TESTs 112 205 8786 12517 8 44.59 70.19 26 37 335 1036 69 91 0
T20Is 109 109 3271 2294 12 33.72 142.58 1 28 100 336 122 61 0
T20s 382 381 12349 8811 44 36.64 140.15 8 103 135 1243 450 183 0
LISTAs 210 208 8886 9043 8 44.43 98.26 28 39 197 930 188 90 0
FIRSTCLASS 143 258 11265 15920 11 45.60 70.76 34 46 335 1361 89 108 0

Bowling Stats

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Game Type Mat Inn O R W Avg E/R Best 5w 10w
ODIs 161 1 1 8 0 0 8.00 0 0 0
TESTs 112 19 57 269 4 67.25 4.71 2/45 0 0
T20Is 109 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
T20s 382 2 1.1 15 0 0 12.85 0 0 0
LISTAs 210 8 24 158 4 39.50 6.58 1/11 0 0
FIRSTCLASS 143 34 99.1 455 6 75.83 4.58 2/45 0 0

David Warner News

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“Soo happy for you mate” - David Warner praises Kavem Hodge, who scored his maiden century against England in the 2nd Test “Soo happy for you mate” - David Warner praises Kavem Hodge, who scored his maiden century against England in the 2nd Test
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“Certainly our planning is he won’t be there in Pakistan” - Australia chief selector rules out a potential return for David Warner in 2025 CT “Certainly our planning is he won’t be there in Pakistan” - Australia chief selector rules out a potential return for David Warner in 2025 CT
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"Speak Hindi or Telugu" - David Warner throws a challenge to Jake Fraser-McGurk as the youngster bowls "Speak Hindi or Telugu" - David Warner throws a challenge to Jake Fraser-McGurk as the youngster bowls
"Speak Hindi or Telugu" - David Warner throws a challenge to Jake Fraser-McGurk as the youngster bowls

David Warner Videos

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ASHWIN की फिरकी का चला जादू... क्रिकेट के 5 दिग्गज खिलाड़ियों पर पाया काबू | IND VS ENG 
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ऑस्ट्रेलिया से मिलेगी Team India को कड़ी चुनौती... AUS के 5 खिलाड़ी होंगे बड़ा खतरा साबित | WORLD CUP 2023 FINAL
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IND VS AUS Final मैच अगर हो गया रद्द... तो कौन बनेगा World Champion? | World Cup 2023 
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IND VS AUS Final मैच अगर हो गया रद्द... तो कौन बनेगा World Champion? | World Cup 2023 

David Warner: A Brief Biography

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David Warner had one of the most memorable debuts in international cricket when he became the first Australian cricketer in 132 years to be selected for a national team in any format without experience in first-class cricket. Warner is a left-handed opening batter and former captain of the national side in ODI and T20I cricket.

Known around the world as one of the most aggressive top-order batters, David Warner has destroyed bowling attacks over the years. He has been the vice-captain of the Test and ODI national team between 2015 and 2018. Warner has been part of a fair share of controversies, the ball-tampering incident in 2018 is the biggest of them.

Recently, in January 2024, Warner played his last Test match for Australia at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground against Pakistan and also declared himself retired from ODI cricket as well.

David Warner: Along the Years

YearAgeAchievement
200923T20I debut
200923ODI debut
200923Debut in IPL for Delhi Daredevils
201125Test debut
201529Selected for the 2015 ICC ODI World Cup
201529Won his first Orange Cap in the IPL
201630Wins the Allan Border Medal
201731Became No.1 batter in ICC ODI rankings
201933Selected for the 2019 ODI Cricket World Cup
201933Scored his maiden triple hundred in the Tests
202135'Player of the Tournament' in ICC T20I WC 2021
202337Selected for the 2023 ODI Cricket World Cup



David Warner Records

  • While playing for New South Wales, Warner scored 197 runs off 141 balls, the 5th highest score in Australian one-day domestic cricket. Warner’s aggregate of 311 runs in the final of the CB series against the Sri Lankan cricket team is the highest ever for the finals of an Australian Tri-Series.

  • Warner is the first Australian cricketer in 132 years to be selected for a national team in any format without experience in first-class cricket.

  • He is the first Australian batter to score 7 ODI centuries in a calendar year. He is also the first Australian to reach 1,500 T20I runs. David Warner became the first batter to ever score three centuries at The WACA.

  • His 23-ball half-century is the fastest by an Australian in Test cricket. On 28 September 2017, he became the first Australian batter to score a century in his 100th ODI.

  • Warner has achieved the rare feat of scoring hundreds in each innings of a Test match thrice. He first did that against the Proteas in March 2014 (135 & 145) and then against India at the Adelaide Oval in December 2014, hammering 145 & 102 respectively. The southpaw repeated it in the following summer against New Zealand at the Gabba, where he racked up scores of 163 & 116.

  • 2nd most all-format 100s for Australia- 49 in 467 innings.

  • 10th most runs in a Test innings- 335* vs Pakistan in 2019- and the 5th highest by an opener.

  • 2nd highest individual Test score by an Australian- 335*

  • One of the 26 batters to score 6 consecutive 50+ scores in Tests. He achieved it during the 2014 tour of South Africa. His scores read: 115, 70, 66, 135, 145, 133.

  • 2nd most number of 150+ scores in ODIs- 7.

  • 4th fastest to 5000 ODI runs (115 innings) & 6th fastest to 4000 ODI runs (93 innings).

  • Highest percentage of runs in a completed ODI innings- 94/141 (66.66%) for Australia vs Zimbabwe in September 2022.

  • One of the 2 Australian batters to smash 600+ runs in a single edition of a 50-over WC- 647 runs @ 71.88/89.36 in 2019.

  • 2nd most number of ODI tons in a single year: 7 in 2016.

  • 7th most runs in T20I cricket- 3099- the 2nd highest by an Aussie batter.

  • 5th most 50s in T20Is- 26.

  • 5th most 4s (320) & 13th most sixes (113) in T20Is.

  • 6th fastest to 2500 T20I runs (87 innings).

  • 3rd most number of 'Player of the Series' awards in T20Is- 5.

  • 2nd most centuries (6) in ODI World Cup history after Rohit Sharma (7 ODI WC 100s)

  • One of the three batters in the world to complete 500 runs twice in ODI World Cups.


David Warner Awards and Accolades

  • Allan Border Medal (2016, 2017, 2020) - Warner is the fourth player to win the Allan Border Medal more than once and also win the award in consecutive years. He won it in 2016 and 2017. Then in 2020, the Australian opener claimed his 3rd Allan Border Medal following his stupendous performances in the 2019 World Cup and during the Test summer on home soil.

  • Australia’s Men’s ODI Player of the Year Award - 2017, 2018, 2023

  • Australia’s Men’s Test Player of the Year Award - 2016

  • Australia’s Men’s T20I Player of the Year Award - 2020

  • Winner of the “Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year Award” - 2012

  • Member of the “Men’s ODI Team of the Year” announced by the ICC - 2016, 2017

  • Member of the “Men’s Test Team of the Year” announced by the ICC - 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

  • Member of the “Men’s ODI Team of the Decade” announced by the ICC - 2011-2020

  • Member of the “Men’s Test Team of the Decade” announced by the ICC - 2011-2020

  • IPL “Orange Cap” Winner - 2015, 2017, 2019

  • “Player of the Tournament” in Australia’s One Day Cup - 2020-21

  • “Player of the Tournament” in the “2021 T20I World Cup” - In November 2021, Warner was adjudged the 'Player of the Tournament' for playing a defining role with the bat in Australia's triumphant campaign.


David Warner Career

From the beginning of his career, David Warner used to play aggressively with the first ball of the innings. Seeing his extraordinary sporting talent, the Australian selectors selected him for the national team without any experience in first-class cricket. He has broken many records in his 15-year-long international career. Because of this, his name is included among the modern-day greats of today.

As of May 2024, Warner takes part in various T20 leagues across the world. Furthermore, he is the main player on the Australian T20I team. He has been retired from Test and ODI cricket recently in January 2024.

David Warner Domestic Career

David Warner made his first-class debut for New South Wales in the final match of the 2008-09 Sheffield Shield competition. Warner played for Sydney Sixers in the 2012-2013 season of the Big Bash League.

Overall, Warner has featured in 143 FC and 210 List A games and has scored 11265 and 8886 runs respectively. He has also played 377 T20s, scoring 12232 runs @ 36.84/140.11 with 102 50s and 8 100s (as of May 2024).


David Warner IPL Career

David Warner's 6564 runs in the IPL are the most by an overseas player in the IPL. He also holds the record for most half-centuries with 62 to his name and the 2nd highest individual score by a captain (126) in the IPL. He has won the IPL Orange Cap three times, the most by any batter.


From 2009 to 2013, Warner was part of Delhi Daredevils. In the auction leading up to the 2014 IPL season, Warner was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for INR 5.50 crores. In 2015, he was appointed the captain of the team and he ended the season as the highest run-scorer. In 2016, he led the team to their maiden IPL trophy. He was again awarded the Orange Cap in the 2017 season.


Following the ball-tampering incident, he was banned from IPL 2018. Warner returned to Sunrisers Hyderabad for the 2019 season. He finished the season as the leading run-scorer and got his third Orange Cap, the most by any batter in IPL history.


Warner had another prolific season in 2020 as he racked up 548 runs @ 39.14/134.64 with 4 50+ scores. But, the law of averages finally got the better of the Australian opener during the 2021 edition. With him struggling for runs, and SRH losing one game after another, Warner was shockingly not only sacked as skipper but he was also dumped from the playing XI midway through the season.

Warner did return to the starting XI during the 2nd half of the IPL but was again benched after a couple of failures. He was eventually released by SRH ahead of the 2022 mega-auction.


He returned to his maiden franchise- Delhi Capitals- after he was racked up by the JSW co-owned side for INR 6.25 Crores in the auction. The 37-year-old had a prolific 2022 season as he racked up 432 runs in 12 innings @ 48/150.52 with five 50+ scores.

Due to the absence of Rishabh Pant, who was seriously injured in a road accident, the Delhi Capitals franchise appointed David Warner as their captain ahead of the 2023 IPL season. This season was his best for the Delhi franchise so far. He scored 516 runs in 14 innings with six 50+ scores.

After the comeback of Rishabh Pant in the 2024 IPL, the DC franchise appointed him as the captain of the side and Warner is currently playing his old role as an opening batter.


David Warner International Career

David Warner started his international career in 2009. He made his T20I debut against South Africa in Melbourne and his ODI debut against the same South Africa in Hobart. Due to his consistent and excellent performance in white-ball cricket, the Australian selectors gave him a chance in red-ball cricket as well. He made his Test debut against New Zealand in Brisbane.

David Warner ODI Career

Warner made his ODI debut in 2009 against South Africa. Warner scored his first ODI century in the first final of the CB series against Sri Lanka. Warner continued his good performance in the 2015 Cricket World Cup. He scored 178 runs against Afghanistan, his 2nd highest score in ODI, and helped the Australian cricket team to score the 2nd highest team total (417/6) in any World Cup.

In 2016, Warner scored more runs in ODIs than Tests and was named in the World ODI XI by ICC in 2016 and 2017. Warner led his team for the first time during the 2016 ODI series against Sri Lanka. He was appointed the captain for the 2017-18 Trans-Tasman Tri-Series.

In April 2019, Warner was selected for the 2019 World Cup squad. During the World Cup, he became the first batter to score two 150+ runs in the Cricket World Cup. He also reached the 13000 runs milestone in international cricket during the tournament. He finished the tournament as the second-highest run-scorer behind Rohit Sharma.

In January 2020, during the first ODI match vs India, David Warner became the fastest Australian and also the 4th fastest batter across the world to achieve the 5000 ODI runs milestone.

In September 2023, David Warner was picked in Australia’s squad for the 2023 ODI World Cup. He performed exceptionally well throughout the tournament. He played a spectacular knock of 163 against Pakistan and helped his team win by 62 runs. In the next match against the Netherlands, he overtook Ricky Ponting to score the most 100s (6) in World Cup history by an Australian. He also became the 3rd batter in the world to complete 500 runs twice in ODI World Cups. He finished the tournament as Australia’s top run scorer with 535 runs which eventually helped Australia to lift their 6th World Cup trophy.

On the first day of 2024, David Warner declared himself retired from ODI cricket, following his decision to retire from Test cricket. However, he said that he will be available for the 2025 Champions Trophy, depending on his batting form and consideration from the team management.

Overall, Warner has featured in 161 ODIs and has managed 6932 runs @ 45.30/97.26 with 33 half-centuries and 22 centuries in his entire ODI career.


David Warner Test Career

Warner made his Test debut against New Zealand in 2011. Ten days after his Test debut, he made his maiden Test century. For his performance in 2014, he was named in the World Test XI by ICC. Warner scored 418 runs in the 2015 Ashes, although Australia lost the series 3-2. In 2015, he was again named in the ICC World XI. Warner reached the 5000 Test runs mark in 2016.

On 24 March 2018, during the third Test of the series against South Africa, Cameron Bancroft was seen using sandpaper to rough up one side of the ball. Alongside Bancroft, captain Steve Smith and vice-captain David Warner were found to be involved in the incident. At the press conference at the end of the day’s play, Bancroft and Steve Smith admitted to ball-tampering and Smith also admitted that the plan was made by the “leadership group”.


They were forced to step down as captain and vice-captain of the Australian team. On 27 March 2018, Smith, Warner, and Bancroft were suspended and sent back home on the charge of bringing the game into dispute. Warner was found responsible for the development of the plan to tamper the ball and instructing Bancroft on how to do it.

He was also found guilty of misleading the match officials and not voluntarily reporting his involvement. Warner received a twelve-month suspension from all international and domestic cricket and he will not be considered for the team leadership position in the future.

In July 2019, Warner was selected for the 2019 Ashes squad. Warner endured a horrific return to Test cricket as he managed just 95 runs in 10 innings in Ashes 2019, with England seamer Stuart Broad having him all at sea from the round-the-wicket angle. Broad dismissed Warner on as many as 7 occasions in 10 innings. Overall, Warner has been dismissed 17 times by Stuart Broad in his entire career, 3rd most times in Test cricket history.


The southpaw created an unwanted record as he aggregated the lowest tally in a five-match series by an opener, beating former New Zealand batter John D'Arcy's record of 136 runs in 10 innings against England in 2015.

Warner's place came under massive scrutiny after his struggles in England, but he silenced his detractors with yet another prolific home season against Pakistan and New Zealand.


In November 2019, Warner scripted history at the Adelaide Oval when he smashed his maiden triple-hundred- 335*- against Pakistan. His tally of 335 runs remains the 10th-highest individual score in Test history. It's also the 2nd highest individual score from an Australian batter, 1 more than former captains'- Sir Don Bradman (334) and Mark Taylor (334*).

Warner backed it up with another superb hundred- 111*- against the BlackCaps at the SCG in January 2020. Warner missed the first two Tests of the 2020/21 Border-Gavaskar Trophy due to injury but returned for the last two despite having not recovered completely. And, as expected, he struggled against a rampant Indian attack, managing scores of 5, 13, 1 & 48.


The southpaw managed a couple of 90s during the home Ashes in 2020/21, but, as has been the case with Warner right through his Test career, the former vice-captain struggled on the Asian tours of Pakistan and Sri Lanka. In the three Tests in Pakistan, Warner averaged 33.8, which fell to 21.33 during the two-match series in Sri Lanka.

Warner was part of the Australian team that won the 2023 ICC World Test Championship final against India, held at the Oval in London. He scored 44 runs in the entire Test match. In June 2023, Warner was picked for the 2023 Ashes squad. He couldn’t perform as per the expectations of the fans and scored 285 runs in the entire Test series with only two 50+ scores.

In January 2024, David Warner played his final Test match against Pakistan at the SCG, and with that, he said goodbye to his 13-year-long Test career. He featured for Australia in 112 Test matches and scored 8786 runs at an average of 44.59.


David Warner T20I Career

David Warner's T20I debut came against South Africa on 11 January 2009. His score of 89 was the second-highest score on his Twenty20 international debut. The opening pair of Warner and Shane Watson have been the most successful in T20I history. They are the only opening pairs to have scored over 1000 runs in T20I cricket.


Warner is the first Australian batter to reach 1,500 T20I runs. Warner captained the side for the T20I series against Sri Lanka in 2016 and won the series 2-0.
However, Warner endured a nightmarish T20I World Cup campaign in India as he struggled to come to terms with the middle-order role. In 4 innings, the dynamic batter managed just 38 runs @ 9.50/108.57.


In 2018, Warner spearheaded Australia's charge to guide them to a record-breaking run-chase of 245 during a tri-series fixture against New Zealand at Eden Park, Auckland. He eventually led Australia to the title, fuelling his case to become his nation's permanent skipper in the limited-overs formats. However, his involvement in the Newlands ball-tampering scandal put paid to those ambitions as CA banned him from leadership duties for life.


Warner continued to remain a vital cog of Australia's T20I batting line-up post his return from the 12-month ban. He achieved his greatest moment in this format during the 2021 World Cup, where he was adjudged the 'Player of the Tournament' for leading Australia to their maiden title. In 7 innings, Warner hammered 289 runs @ 48.16/146.70 with three 50+ scores, one of which came in the final- 53 off 38- against the BlackCaps.


However, the left-handed opener hasn't been able to replicate his exploits in the 2022 T20I World Cup. In 4 matches, Warner managed to score only 44 runs.

Recently, in February 2024, Warner was in terrific form against the West Indies. He scored 70 (36), 22 (19), and 81 (49) in three back-to-back matches, giving a clear indication that he will be a key player for Australia in the upcoming 2024 T20I World Cup.


David Warner Captaincy

David Warner has captained Australia in 3 ODIs and 9 T20Is. Under his leadership, Australia won all the 3 ODIs and 8 out of 9 T20I matches. He had the qualities of a good captain but after the ball-tampering incident in 2018, he was banned from the team leadership position.

Warner was the captain of the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the Indian Premier League from 2015 to 2021. He led SRH in 67 matches (35 wins, 30 lost, 2 tied). SRH won their maiden IPL title in 2016 under the captaincy of David Warner. In addition, he has also captained Delhi Capitals in one of the IPL seasons (2023 IPL), when Rishabh Pant was not available.


David Warner Family

David Warner’s parents are Howard Warner and Lorraine Warner. He is married to Candice Warner and has three daughters (Ivy Mae Warner, Indi Rae Warner, and Isla Rose Warner). He also has an elder brother named Steven Warner.



David Warner Net Worth

As of 2024, David Warner has an estimated net worth of INR 106.6 crores, close to USD 13 million. He earned most of it through International matches, T20 leagues, domestic circuits, brand endorsements, and ad shoots.


David Warner House

David Warner owns a magnificent house in Maroubra, Sydney, Australia. He lives here with his wife and three daughters. The cost of this mansion is estimated to be around $4 million.


David Warner’s Cars

David Warner had one of the most memorable debuts in international cricket when he became the first Australian cricketer in 132 years to be selected for a national team in any format without experience in first-class cricket. Warner is a left-handed opening batter and former captain of the national side in ODI and T20I cricket.

Known around the world as one of the most aggressive top-order batters, David Warner has destroyed bowling attacks over the years. He has been the vice-captain of the Test and ODI national team between 2015 and 2018. Warner has been part of a fair share of controversies, the ball-tampering incident in 2018 is the biggest of them.

Recently, in January 2024, Warner played his last Test match for Australia at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground against Pakistan and also declared himself retired from ODI cricket as well.


FAQs on David Warner

A. David Warner has played three Cricket World Cups (2015, 2019, 2023) for Australia. He was also a prominent player of the victorious Australian squad of the 2015 and 2023 Cricket World Cups.

A. As of 2024, David Warner is paid INR 6.25 crores by the Delhi Capitals franchise every year.

A. David Warner has retired from ODI and Test cricket. However, after the 2024 T20I World Cup, he would retire from T20I cricket and play franchise leagues post-retirement.

A. Yes, David Warner is married. He got married to Candice Ann Warner on April 4, 2015.

A. As of 2024, David Warner’s estimated net worth is INR 106.6 crores, close to USD 13 million.

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