India Vs Australia: David Warner’s Test record in India is very bad. However, it is expected that this player will change his batting style in the Test series starting from Thursday.
David Warner: David Warner is known for his fast batting. But, when it comes to Test cricket in India, this player is plagued by lack of form. The Border-Gavaskar Test series starting from Thursday in Nagpur has also become a big challenge for Warner. He is sweating it out in practice to crack India’s quality bowling line-up. While the Nagpur pitch is also thought to be difficult for left-handed batsmen, David Warner has found a different way. Generally, Warner is known to be a left-handed batsman. But, in the nets, he was seen practicing with his right hand. Fans are commenting that he will appear in a different style in the first test.
David Warner shared a photo on his Instagram story. It can be seen that he is batting with right hand. Previously Warner’s batting practice video also went viral on social media. He batted with his right hand in that too.
Will Warner bat right-handed?
Extraordinary skill – @davidwarner31 switching between batting left and right handed in the nets at Alur #INDvAUS pic.twitter.com/6cHhJAcvSm
— Louis Cameron (@LouisDBCameron) February 5, 2023
After David Warner practiced right-handed batting, now the question on the minds of fans is can this player bat right-handed in Nagpur? Thinking that. It seems that there is very little chance for this. It is said that the Australian player may take this decision considering the Nagpur pitch. In fact, batting is not easy for left-handed batsmen on the Nagpur pitch. There is a particularly tough area for left-handed batsmen. Playing ball here is not easy. Australia’s playing XI will have at least five left-handers. This is a concern for this team. Talking about Warner, this player can also bat right-handed. During his junior cricket days, Warner played a full season as a right-handed batsman.
Warner’s poor record in India
David Warner has played 8 Test matches in India. This player’s batting average is only 24.25. Warner scored 388 runs in India with just 3 fifties. Warner’s Test average against India is terrible. The player scored 1148 runs in 18 Tests against India at an average of just 33.76. In the last tour of India too, Warner managed only 193 runs at an average of 24.12. It has only a half century. In such conditions, it is not surprising if Warner experiments in this Test series.
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