“Which comes first? – David Warner’s wife teases cricketer after he shares message about love


Australian cricketer David Warner’s wife Candice has teased the hitter after he shared a love message on his Instagram account on Monday.

Taking to his social media account, the southpaw posted a photo of himself with his better half sitting in a golf cart. Upon uploading the image, Warner wrote:

“So much love in this photo! My wife and golf. #golf #woman.

Sharing a cheeky comment on the post, Candice asked:

“Which comes first? »

Some fans also reminded Warner that he forgot to mention his love for cricket!

The 35-year-old opener is very active on social media and continues to regularly share photos with his wife and children on social media. He also enjoys swapping faces with Indian actors, especially Southern superstars, and was among those swept up in the “Pushpa” frenzy.


‘It hit me when I lost captain’ – David Warner after being sacked as skipper of SRH

In an interaction on ‘The Brett Lee’ podcast, Warner recently announced that he was sacked as captain of Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) during the IPL 2021.

He said he was ready to work hard and let his bat do the talking. The aggressive hitter said:

“Last year it hit me when I lost the Indian Premier League captaincy. I thought I could go back, look at my stats. I believe I didn’t have to comment or to do anything like this post that.”

The southpaw added that playing a T20 event on the subcontinent takes its toll on the body due to the heat and humidity. He explained:

“When you play T20 cricket in Indian conditions, it cooks your body and strains your legs. You see, Maxwell’s IPL last year, it was cooked after three overs. If you play 14 games in the space of 60-70 days with training in between you can’t physically prepare for this I had seven days to prepare when I first came to the IPL I would be in the sauna for 10 minutes, then I would run a mile on the treadmill and repeat the same thing.

Warner, the 2021 T20 World Cup Tournament Player of the Tournament, listed him in the IPL 2022 Mega Auction at a base price of ₹2 crore.





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