"Just remember how far you've come" - David Warner

“Just remember how far you’ve come” – David Warner

Warner's average is just 2.40 in the ongoing Global T20 Canada

David Warner
David Warner of Winnipeg Hawks. (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

David Warner is probably undergoing the worst phase of his life at the moment. He was first banned by Cricket Australia after the ball-tampering saga. However, Warner has made his way back to professional cricket in the Global T20 Canada.

But, amidst all the expectations, Warner has failed to deliver disappointing many. In the five games that he played in the tournament, Warner’s scores are 1, 4, 1, 6, 0. He has had a torrid time with the bat averaging just 2.40 in these games. Further, he was also handed the responsibilities of leading his side, Winnipeg Hawks. But, the team lost both the games under his leadership thus far.

David Warner determined to make an impact

Even David Warner seemed to be disappointed with his performances. He is undergoing a lean patch is in career and is determined to do well. Warner is working hard in the nets and is taking the hard strides to improve upon his fitness. He was also seen practising right-handed batting to bring in more dimensions to his game. But, he has failed to replicate the work he has put in on the field.

After bagging a duck off the first ball against Edmonton Royals in the recent Global T20 Canada game, David Warner came up with an emotional post on Instagram. He mentioned that one has to remember how far he has come when things don’t go your way. Warner wants to embrace the challenges on hand and wrote ‘Life is a beauty’ in one of his hashtags.

‘When things are just not going your way. Whenever you find yourself doubting how far you can go, just remember how far you have come. “Remember everything you have faced, all the battles you have won, and all the fears you have overcome.” Love it. #challenges#lifesabeauty #bringiton,’ Warner wrote in his post. It would be interesting to see if the Winnipeg Hawks proceed to the ‘Round 2’ of the league.

Here is what David Warner posted: