David Warner shares the picture of his favourite IPL moment

David Warner shares the picture of his favourite IPL moment

Warner was set to lead Sunrisers Hyderabad in the thirteenth edition of the cash-rich league.

David Warner
David Warner. (Photo: IANS)

Since the initiation of the Indian Premier League, a lot of overseas players have developed a special bond with the country. From Indian culture to IPL franchises– overseas players have been captivated on numerous occasions. And one of such players in Australia opener David Warner.

David Warner has been a vital part of Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) since 2014. The left-hander also steered them to their maiden IPL title in 2016 where the Orange Army defeat Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore in the final of the tournament.

David Warner’s love for India and Sunrisers Hyderabad is not a secret and the swashbuckling batsman showcased it yet again through his recent social media post. Warner revealed his favourite moment of the Indian Premier League through a photo which he shared on his Instagram account.

Warner picked Sunrisers Hyderabad winning the league as his favourite moment and also uploaded a picture where the team can be seen lifting their maiden IPL trophy. Warner’s post read: “My favourite IPL moment would have to be this for sure. My Indian family @SunrisersHyderabad.”

David Warner was set to lead Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL 2020

Warner was set to lead Sunrisers Hyderabad in the thirteenth edition of the cash-rich league. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, all sporting events across the glove including IPL 2020 has come to a standstill. The much-awaited tournament was set to commence from 29th March but was postponed to 15th April.

But considering the current situation across the globe, the tournament has landed into hot waters and its feasibility still remains a concern. India is currently on a 21-day lockdown and hosting a tournament in such trying times will be a major concern for the BCCI.

Several reports have also suggested that the tournament would be scrapped this year as no one wants to take any risk after witnessing the current situation of the country.