David Warner, the captain of the SunRisers Hyderabad, arrived in India on Friday and is currently finishing his quarantine in the team hotel.
David Warner, the captain of SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH), arrived in Chennai on Friday ahead of the start of the IPL 2021 season. On Saturday, the Australian batsman posted a video to his Instagram account telling fans that he had awoken after a “huge, massive sleep” but was now stuck in his hotel room with no way to pass the time. “I’ve just awoken from a colossal, colossal nap.” I arrived in Chennai yesterday afternoon. I’ve got six to seven days to get through the quarantine, I believe.
Please leave a comment below if you have any suggestions. Please provide me with some suggestions. It doesn’t matter if it’s amusing, ridiculous, or whatever. Please leave a note… Netflix offers a wide range of programming. I’m in desperate need of something. “Thank you,” Warner said in a video he shared on Instagram.
Warner led SRH to IPL glory in 2016, becoming the most prolific overseas batsman in the league’s history with 5,254 runs.
For the past few years, he has been a star performer for the Hyderabad-based franchise, scoring over 500 runs in each of the last six seasons and establishing himself as one of the most consistent performers during that period.
After a slow start last year, Warner found his form late in the season and finished the tournament with 548 runs, which helped his team turn their fortunes around and qualify for the playoffs after a winning streak.
On April 11, SRH will open their IPL 2021 campaign in Chennai against two-time champions Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).