PAK vs AUS: David Warner, Usman Khawaja team up against Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne in tennis match

PAK vs AUS: David Warner, Usman Khawaja team up against Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne in tennis match

David Warner mentioned that his teammates, Smith, Khawaja, and Labuschagne were good at playing tennis.

David Warner, Usman Khawaja and Steve Smith
David Warner, Usman Khawaja and Steve Smith. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Australia will lock horns with the Pakistan side in the 2nd Test match that will commence on 12th March 2022 in Karachi. And, ahead of this encounter, Aussie players David Warner, Steve Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, and Usman Khawaja tried their hand at the game of tennis.

Warner uploaded a video of the four players sharing the tennis court. While Smith and Labuschagne were teammates, Warner and Khawaja took them on at the opposite end.

Warner also mentioned that this is what the Aussies do in their spare time. He also added that his teammates, Smith, Khawaja, and Labuschagne were good at playing the sport.

“What do we do in our spare time!! We play a little bit of tennis, well I do, but these other three play a lot and are very good,” David Warner captioned the clip on Instagram. You can see the video shared by Warner on Instagram below.

 

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First Test between Australia and Pakistan ends in a draw

Speaking of how the first game in Rawalpindi panned out, Pakistan batted first and posted a total of 476/4, with Imam-ul-Haq and Azhar Ali slamming centuries. In reply, Australia were bowled out for 459, with Warner, Khawaja, Smith, and Labuschagne slamming half-centuries. Nauman Ali was outstanding with the ball in hand and scalped a six-wicket haul for the Pakistan outfit.

Pakistan produced another rollicking performance with the bat in their second innings, and their scorecard read 252/0 as the match ended in a stalemate. Both their openers, Imam and Abdullah Shafique slammed unbeaten centuries for the hosts in the second innings. The fast bowlers had a tough time in the match as the Rawalpindi pitch offered them literally no assistance.

Needless to say, Imam-ul-Haq won the Player of the Match award for scoring twin hundreds in the same Test match. He became the 10th batter from the Pakistan cricket team to accomplish this feat.