David Warner, Australia’s explosive opening batsman, has once again stamped his authority in the highly celebrated Indian Premier League (IPL) which allowed former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman to shower heaps of praise on him.
Playing 12 games of the tournament, the 32-year smashed 8 half-centuries to amass 692 runs before returning to home. Because of his extraordinary displays, Sunrisers sit with a good chance of qualifying for the playoffs of the tournament.
Former Indian cricketer and Hyderabad’s mentor VVS Laxman recently revealed that David Warner promised coach Tom Moody about scoring 500 runs. The 44-year old was moved by Warner’s work ethics as he called him a key player for Sunrisers Hyderabad.
The Andhra Pradesh born didn’t fail to admit the apprehensive behavior concerning Warner’s form and his mental state. But, the New South Wales born looked to be in supreme touch which amazed Laxman. Moreover, the experienced campaigner added that Warner should be credited for the success of Sunrisers as he carried the team brilliantly.