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David Warner’s Daughters Interview Cricket Legends In Adorable Video
By CricShots - Dec 12, 2023 11:21 am
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In a heartwarming video, Australian cricketer David Warner’s daughters, Ivy Mae, and Indi Rae, turned into reporters and interviewed cricketing legends like Ravi Shastri, Michael Hussey, Pat Cummins, Brad Haddin, and Alyssa Healy. This comes as Australia prepares for their upcoming three-match Test series against Pakistan, starting December 14th in Perth.

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David Warner’s daughters interview legends

Notably, this series marks Warner’s farewell from Test cricket. The video starts with Ivy interviewing Shastri about the player he’s most excited to watch this summer. Shastri, with a smile, responds with admiration for her father: “He has been entertaining us with his batting for so many years, it’s your dad.”

Ivy later interviews Hussey, Cummins, and Healy about their childhood cricket idols. Hussey reveals his hero as Allan Border, while Cummins fondly recalls Brett Lee as one of his favorites. Healy expresses her admiration for both Ricky Ponting and Belinda Clarke.

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Indi takes over the interview with former wicketkeeper-batter Brad Haddin, sharing his current favorite players as Pat Cummins and Steve Smith, playfully struggling to remember David Warner. The video also features a funny exchange between Ivy and Hussey when she asks about his most annoying teammate, to which he replies with a laugh, “David Warner.”

 

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Warner’s farewell series comes after a successful campaign in the recent ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup in India, where Australia secured their sixth title by defeating the hosts in the final.

David Warner emerged as the team’s leading scorer with 535 runs in 11 games, including two centuries. In Test cricket, Warner holds a total of 8,487 runs with 25 centuries and an average of 44.43. His highest score in Tests is a remarkable 335 runs scored against Pakistan in Adelaide Oval in 2019.

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This wholesome video offers a glimpse into the camaraderie and respect within the cricket community, while also showcasing the supportive and playful relationship between Warner and his daughters. It’s a heartwarming reminder of the passion and legacy that cricket leaves within families, and it leaves us all eagerly anticipating Warner’s final Test series.