World in Lockdown: Aussie opener David Warner and ‘high speed sprints’

PUBLISHED ON APR 09, 2020 01:55 PM IST
Australian cricketer David Warner is spending quality time with family amid lockdown. The 33-year-old southpaw gives his daughter a ride at home amid lockdown. COVID-19 outbreak has put a halt on sports activities around the world. Many sportsperons are seen spending time with their families. Warner is seen taking sprints at home while carrying his daughter in shoulders. The father-daughter duo seems to have a gala time in self-quarantine. Warner last played an ODI match against New Zealand at Sydney Cricket Ground. The series, however, was called off after the first match due to COVID-19 threat. The Aussie opener's next assignment was IPL 2020 where he represents Sunrisers Hyderabad. The T20 tournament has also been postponed as of now.
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Australian cricketer David Warner is spending quality time with family amid lockdown. The 33-year-old southpaw gives his daughter a ride at home amid lockdown. COVID-19 outbreak has put a halt on sports activities around the world. Many sportsperons are seen spending time with their families. Warner is seen taking sprints at home while carrying his daughter in shoulders. The father-daughter duo seems to have a gala time in self-quarantine. Warner last played an ODI match against New Zealand at Sydney Cricket Ground. The series, however, was called off after the first match due to COVID-19 threat. The Aussie opener's next assignment was IPL 2020 where he represents Sunrisers Hyderabad. The T20 tournament has also been postponed as of now.

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