David Warner, the flamboyant Australian batsman, recently experienced a horrendous patch in the red-ball cricket. In the Ashes series against England, Warner was clueless as he managed only 95 runs while recording a dismal batting average of 9.5. He also became the first batsman in the history of Test cricket to get dismissed for single figures 8 times during a series.
However, he buried his red-ball woes with a sparkling century in the Sheffield Shield for New South Wales against Queensland. After witnessing his bat spitting fire, the opening batsman reiterated that he is not out of form, but just out of runs. Moreover, the 32-year old added that his confidence is high to score big for the home series against Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
“I’m not out of form, just out of runs. I scored a century the other day at Gabba, so it is imperative for me to go out there and put back-to-back performances on the board. The confidence is high to do well in the home season,” said by New South Wales born.