'I'm going to miss you and the girls very much' - David Warner bids adieu to his family ahead of IPL 2020

‘I’m going to miss you and the girls very much’ – David Warner bids adieu to his family ahead of IPL 2020

Since the month of March, Warner has been spending quality time with Candice and their three daughters.

David Warner and his wife
David Warner and his wife. (Photo Source: Instagram)

The Sunrisers Hyderabad stunner David Warner is all set to join his teammates in the UAE for the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League commencing on September 19. All the players are under a mandatory quarantine period of 6-days after which they will hit the ground to achieve the desired forms and physique. The matches of Dream11 IPL will be played across three venues in UAE namely Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah. The final will be played on November 10.

The SRH skipper has been one of the most significant figures for Hyderabad and never leaves a chance to provide a great start while leading the top-order. Recently he revealed that he is honoured to lead the side yet again this year. Before leaving for UAE, the 33-year-old shared cozy pictures with wife Candice on Instagram and wrote how much he is going to miss her.

He captioned the pictures as- “A very different goodbye for us this time, it’s been an unbelievable time at home with the family and I am going to miss you and the girls very much.” He used hashtags like #anotherchallenge #gotthis #family @candywarner1 #mywife #mylove.

Here is David Warner’s post

While Warner is leaving for his job in UAE, Candice is preparing to film a new military-style reality show by Channel Seven in Australia. She revealed last week as to why she took up the challenging task, which might disturb her entire routine, including the sleep cycle.

She told The Daily Telegraph, “I want to make my family proud so that my daughters can look up on the screen and see their mum and kiss the screen like they do when their daddy’s on TV. I’m doing this for my family, for my kids and for myself.

“Since retiring about seven or eight years ago I haven’t had a goal. I haven’t challenged myself as much as I’d like to so I just want to see how strong I am, how far I can push myself.”

Candice has had a fair share of ups and downs with David Warner during the past few years. SRH skipper was banned for one year when he was alleged of being involved in the ball-tampering incident back in 2018 against South Africa.