Father of three David Warner about why he doesn’t think his daughter was cut out to make it a cricket star – and why he’s not the favorite player of his family
- David Warner won the Allan Border Medal for the third time on Monday evening
- The 33-year-old said he always wanted to put his best foot forward in his return
- He revealed that he does not believe that his daughter Ivy will be a cricket player because of temper
- The father of three said he is not the favorite cricket player among his children
The Australian cricket player David Warner has revealed the surprising reason that he does not believe that his oldest daughter could make it as a professional cricket player.
The 33-year-old said his middle daughter, Indi, is “him everywhere” and believes she could make it into a professional cricket world.
However, he is concerned about Ivy, his oldest child, who reaches the big league.
“She has a mood problem,” he joked Show today.
The Australian cricket player David Warner has revealed the surprising reason that he does not believe that his oldest daughter could make it as a professional cricket player. Pictured: David, wife Candice, daughters Isla Rose, Indy and Ivy
Warner discussed his third victory on the Allan Border medal on Monday at the Australian Cricket Awards in Melbourne’s Crown Palladium.
He said he was surprised to rise above Steve Smith because of the Ashes campaign, tampering with the ball, and the individual performances of others.
“I have clearly experienced many things in the past two years. I’ve always seen the light at the end of the tunnel, “he said.
The 33-year-old said he always wanted to put his best foot forward in his return to the sport he loves.
Despite being an international star, Warner said he wasn’t the favorite cricket player of his family.
The Indian player Virat Kohli, regarded as one of the world’s best batsman, is actually the preferred player in the Warner household.
Warner’s wife Candice watched him win the Allan Border Medal on Monday
“My middle Indi, I am everywhere. She literally ran around and said, “I am King Kohli, I am King Kohli,” he said.
“I thought I might be their favorite player, but it’s Steve Myth, Marnus – they can’t pronounce his last name – and they love Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc.”
Warner becomes emotional as he thinks about his journey in his acceptance speech at the Crown Palladium of Melbourne on Monday night.
“I couldn’t be more proud of standing here and receiving the prize,” Warner said.
‘I really had a hunger and determination to come back and really put my foot forward, so to have a smile on my face like that in a summer like that.
David Warner said he wasn’t the favorite cricket player of his family
Warner thanked his teammates and Cricket Australia officials for welcoming him back to the side, before bringing back the tears while talking about his family.
“My mom and dad, I know I’ve let you down a lot in the past, but you always stay by my side and I really appreciate that, and my brother,” he said.
‘My wife, my rock, I don’t know what you could ever break, you are absolutely fantastic, you are not only an inspiration for me, but also for the girls.
Warner defeated Steven Smith and Pat Cummins to win his third Allan Border Medal
“It’s hard for a man to stand up here and say many nice words about people, but you always seem to get the best out of me and the kindness of my heart. I can’t thank you enough for what you do for me and our family. I love you very much. “
Warner said he had mixed feelings about the reception he would receive if he returned to Australia after ‘sandpapergate’ from South Africa.
Warner’s victory goes with his 2016 and 2017 AB medals, with the three wins that bring him into rare company, only one behind four-time winners Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke.