- Nasima Akter
David Warner Shares Trip to Historical Spot
Between the second and third Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Australian opener David Warner decided to go on a family outing around the area and shared photos on social media.
Where Did Warner and His Family Go?
Pictures of the outing were shared on the player's Instagram page and showed Warned paying a visit to a historical place in Delhi with his family on February 20.
There were ten photos of the outing, and the post's caption read, “Day out with the family! Can you guess where I am??”
Some photos featured David posing for the camera with his wife Candice Warner and daughters - Ivy Mae Warner, Indi Rae Warner, and Isla Rose Warner. Other pictures showed different angles of the historical spot they were visiting.
Response to David Warner's Post
Many fans guessed the location right and commented that it was Humayun's Tomb. Among the many comments that pointed out the historical spot, there was positive feedback from fans.
One fan commented, ''No one enjoys India as much as warner does. All the best for the next match.'' Another wrote, "Great family pics.'' One fan recommended they "visit Akshardham temple.''
The last time Warner had this much attention for a social media post was when he was seen having coffee with teammate Marnus Labuschagne.
Other Related Posts
In addition to the cricket player's post, Warner's wife, Candice Warner, shared visuals and a video of the outing. The footage showed the family exploring the historical spot and had the caption, ''Today we explored Delhi a little more. Humayun Tomb was full of so much history. The girls are learning so much on this tour.''
Before their family outing with David Warner, Candice shared a video of her and the girls visiting the Safdarjung Tomb in Delhi. The post was captioned, "Falling in love with Delhi. Safdarjung Tomb."
David Warner's Cricket Status
While Warner seemed to enjoy his family outing, he's had a rough tour. During the 1st Test of the Test series between India and Australia (Border-Gavaskar Trophy), the left-handed opener returned with scores of 1 and 10. In the first innings of the Delhi Test, Warner managed only 15 runs.
Aside from low scores, Warner suffered blows to his elbow and helmet while facing Mohammed Siraj during his 44-ball stay at the crease.
After suffering a concussion, the left-handed opener will miss the remainder of the second Test against India. Matthew Renshaw will be taking his place in the Test matches.
So far, it is doubtful that Warner will return for the third Test against India.
Border-Gavaskar Trophy Status so Far
Currently, India is leading the Test series 2-0. The third Test will start on March 1 and end on March 5. The last Test will be from March 9 to 13. Chances are slim for Australia, given that the last time they won was in the 2004–05 series.
The best-case scenario for the team is if the series ends in the draw. Otherwise, the team will need to redeem themselves in the ODI series against India starting on March 17.