David Warner spotted playing cricket against different opponents

Warner is currently toiling hard as a construction worker

David Warner of Australia
David Warner of Australia. (Photo by Lee Warren/Gallo Images/Getty Images)

Tainted Australian cricketer David Warner, who is on a hiatus from the sport after receiving a 12-month ban, was recently spotted playing backyard cricket with his little ones. Warner has been banned for a year by Cricket Australia (CA) for his involvement in the ball tampering against South Africa. He even backed out as the skipper of SRH for IPL 2018.

Though the bat was little bigger than his palm, he still managed to play the reverse scoop. He also bowled to his daughter and even managed to get her out. A Twitter user named Sahil Mehan shared the video on the micro-blogging site.

You can see the video below

The Aussie cricketer was seen constructing his own house recently, toiling hard as a construction worker. The left-handed batsman is busy building his $10 million mansion on a block of blue ribbon land overlooking Lurline Bay located in the heart of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

The Sandpaper gate fiasco

Skipper Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner, and fellow accomplice Cameron Bancroft were all suspended by the CA for their role in ball tampering during their tour to the rainbow nation.

The incident took place during the third Test between South Africa and Australia after Cameron Bancroft was spotted using a sandpaper to tamper the leather. Footage emerged on the giant screen of the Aussie seemingly working on the ball with a yellow item, before sliding it into his pants.

Warner denied a visit to India by BCCI

While SRH is devoid of Warner’s services, in a more disappointing news, the Australian was denied his request to visit India and support the franchise.  A Twitter user, named Srujana Konakanchi‏ has revealed her chat with Warner’s wife Candice, wherein David has been denied by BCCI to visit India.

Though no official announcement of such sort has been made by the BCCI or the IPL authorities, what can be gathered from Candice’s reply is that David Warner has actually been barred from visiting Indian by the BCCI.

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