David Warner believed in partying more than training for games, says Virender Sehwag


Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag has revealed that David Warner used to party more than training while playing for Delhi Daredevils in 2009. Sehwag also added that Warner was not easy to handle and was involved in a few locker room fights. the day.

The last season of Indian Premier League was very disappointing for David Warner who is one of the best hitters in IPL history. Warner not only struggled with the bat last season, but was also kicked from the team. However, he was great for Delhi Capitals in IPL 2022 after partying with SRH. He’s scored 313 runs in eight innings at 52.17 and a 154.95 strike rate so far.

The reason for Warner’s fall from SRH has never been made public, but Virender Sehwag made a shocking revelation about his behavior in 2009 when Sehwag was captain of Delhi’s daredevils. The Aussie striker was part of the team and Sehwag revealed he partied more than training or playing games. Sehwag further added that Warner was involved in a few locker room fights and thus was sent home for the last two games.

“I too have expressed my frustrations on a few players and David Warner was one of them. Because when he joined recently he partied more than believing in practices or playing games. The first year he argued with a few players, so we fired him for the last two games,” Sehwag said on Cricbuzz.

“So sometimes it happens that you keep someone out to teach them a lesson. He was new so it was important to show him that only you are not important for the team, the others are too. He “There are also other players who can play and win the game for the team. And that’s what happened. We kept him out of the team and we also won.

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