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WATCH-David Warner Trims Head to Support Covid-19 Fighters
By CricShotsStaff - Mar 31, 2020 6:21 pm
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Australia opener David Warner has done something incredible to show his gratitude and share an appreciation for all the healthcare workers that includes the doctors, nurses and everyone else who is fighting the Corona Virus across the world.  The COVID-19 Virus has affected more than 786,270 people so far. It is also responsible for killing over 37,830 lives globally. Australia has also been affected by the same as the  Australian government has reported more than 4000 positive cases in Australia with 19 deaths because of the same.

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Australia opener David Warner

Warner joined in many players from across the world to help contribute towards the fight against Coronavirus and he used the trimmer to pledge his support for the brave hearts.

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In a video shared by the Australia opener on social media platform Instagram, Warner is seen trimming his head.  “Been nominated to shave my head in support of those working on the frontline #Covid-19 here is a time lapse. I think my debut was the last time I recall I’ve done this. Like it or not??” read the caption.

The Sunrisers Hyderabad captain asked fellow teammates Adam Zampa, Pat Cummins, Steve Smith, Joe Burns, and Indian Cricket team captain Virat Kohli to complete the challenge. Recently, the RCB and Indian team captain has shared a video of himself getting a new haircut from Anushka Sharma.

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Last week, Warner had posted a video of playing tennis with his daughter and undergoing catching practice in the backyard of his house. Warner, with his racket, strikes the ball, which hits a wall and then he tries to catch it with one hand.

Warner wrote: “Just trying to keep up the skills with some one-hand catching. Remember soft hands??”

Warner is expected to lead the 2016 champions in this year’s IPL overNew Zealand skipper Kane Williamson. However, the future of IPL is still in doubt a the Indian Government has implemented a nationwide lockdown across the country as a safety measure to contain the spread of virus for 3 weeks.