David Warner Cricketer Measurements, Bio, Age, Weight, and Height

David Warner is a prominent Australian former cricket player who played as a cricketer for the Australia national team. He has been known as an opening batsman and left-hand player, and he did not have any first-class cricket experience but was selected for the national state. David has played for the domestic cricket team such as Sydney Thunder and New South Wales. He was also appointed vice-captain for the Australian team in the ODI formats and the test game between 2015 and 2018. 

The Early Years of David Warner 

David Warner was born under the name David Andrew Warner, in Paddington, New South Wales, Australia, on October 27, 1986, and he is 36 years old as of 2023. His father’s name is Howard Warner. His mother’s name is Lorraine Warner, and she worked as a nurse. David has an older brother named Steven Warner, and he was born and brought up in a lower-middle-class income family as his father worked in the factory. His parents hardly fulfilled David’s basic needs as a child, and he has been interested in cricket since childhood. At age 10, he got his first bat and started to use it very carefully because his family couldn’t afford a new one if something happened to the bat. As a child, he started to play cricket, spent his teen life in the Housing Commission apartment, and then started working part-time. 

The Educational Background of David Warner 

David Warner attended Matraville Public School and joined Randwick Boys High School after that. While studying in high school, he started to work in a part-time job and also, and he started to sell newspapers on the weekends. But he did not stop playing cricket even in his hard time. David was a hard-hitting left-hand batsman, and his school coach helped him hit the ball in the air. Then he started to use his right hand, but he did not prefer using the right hand and batted using the left hand. Later David started to play for the Sydney Coastal Cricket, breaking the club record under-16 team highest-scoring batsman. At the age of 16, David played for the Eastern Suburbs club, and at the same time, he played for the Australian team under-19 and toured Sri Lanka. 

Personal details of David Warner 

Real Name: David Andrew Warner

Profession: Former professional cricket player 

Celebrity name: David Prowse

Place of Birth: Paddington, New South Wales, Australia 

Birthday: October 27, 1986

Horoscope: Scorpio

Ethnicity: White

Nationality: Australian

Religion: Christian

Sexuality: Straight

Color of Eyes: Blue

Color of Hair: Blonde 

Net Worth: $ 11 Million

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Body measurements of David Warner 

Physique: Athletic

Height in cm: 170 cm

Height in Feet: 5 ft. 7 in.

Weight in Kg: 65 kg

Weight in Pound: 143 lbs

Body Measurements: 38-30-12 inches/ 96.5-76-30.5 cm 

Chest Size: 38 inches / 96.5 cm

Waist Size: 30 inches / 76 cm

Biceps Size: 12 inches / 30.5 cm

Shoe Size (In U.S.): N.A. 

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Family details of David Warner

Mother’s Name: Lorraine Warner

Father’s Name: Howard Warner

Number of Siblings: One Older Brother (Steven Warner)

Relationship Status: Married

Children: Ivy Mae Warner, Indi Rae, and Isla Rose

Spouses: Candice Falzon Warner

The Relationship details of David Warner 

David Warner is a married man, and his wife Candice Falzon Warner is a former Ironwoman, and in 2015, they both got married in the ceremony. On September 11, 2014, their first daughter and her name are Ivy Mae Warner, and on January 14, 2016, they welcomed their second daughter and her name Indi Rae. In 2019, David and Candice welcomed their third daughter, and her name is Isla Rose. 

The Net Worth of David Warner 

David Warner will have a net worth of $ 11 million as of 2023, and he earned a major part of the net worth of being a professional cricket player. 

Awards and Achievements of David Warner 

David Warner was named one of the best batsmen in the Australian lineup, and he was the first Australian batsman who score 7 ODI centuries in a single year. David has been named as one of the best T20 openers along with Shane Watson, his teammate; they both have scored 1,154 runs in T20I games, the second-highest opening pair score in history. David won the Allan Border Medal in January 2017 for the second time and has become the fourth player to win the coveted trophy for the second time. In 2015 and 2018, David was appointed vice-captain of the Australian team. In the 2016 ODI series against Sri Lanka, he was appointed as a captain.  

The Early Professional of David Warner

David started his career in domestic cricket in 2008 for New South Wales team, and in march 2009, he played in international matches for the Australian team. David was named as the first Australian cricketer in history who has played in an international match in the national team without playing any single first-class match. In January 2009, he played in his first international debut T20 match against South Africa; in the first match, he scored 89 runs out of 43 balls, with six sixes and seven fours. 

The Successful Professional path of David Warner 

In December 2001, David debut test match against New Zealand was held in Brisbane. David scored his first test century against New Zealand with 123-second innings. After that, he played in more than 74 Test matches for the Australia team, with 6,363 runs scored with an average of 48.20 runs per innings.

David has played in 106 international matches and scored more than 4,343 runs with a 43.43 average. David has scored 14 centuries, and his highest ODI score is 179 runs. David played for the Delhi Daredevils in the IPL, and after that, in 2014, he played for the Sunrisers Hyderabad team, and he had 4,014 runs in IPL which recorded the highest-scoring international player in the IPL league. In 2018, IPL did not play as he was banned from playing in the season, and then in 2019, he again played for the Sunrisers Hyderabad in IPL.

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