Australian cricketer David Warner has seen a lot of highs in his career over the past decade. But his career took a U-turn when he found guilty in ball tampering scandal last month in the Test against South Africa.
He was proven to be responsible for the incident and was handed a 12-month ban from playing cricket in Australia.
But the veteran cricketer is keeping himself in shape during his off days. He is seen working hard as a construction worker, which would help him to stay fit.
But the 31-year old is currently busy building his own $10 million mansion on a block of blue ribbon land overlooking Lurline Bay located in the heart of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.
He is not working for someone for paltry sum but for his own home, which is also quite appreciable. David Warner will play in Indian Premier League next season. But it is quite heartening to see trade his cricket bat for a drill and a hard hat.
David Warner’s wife, Candice Warner also shared a photo of her two daughters at the construction site. It is commendable to see David Warner keeping himself occupied in some sort of work, instead of staying inside his home and thinking negatively.
Sunrisers Miss Warner’s Explosive Batting
David Warner is one of the finest hitters of the cricket ball in the shortest format. He along with Shikhar Dhawan has forged one of the best opening combinations in IPL history.
Dhawan’s anchoring of the innings coupled with Warner’s explosiveness made Sunrisers Hyderabad one of the best sides in the league. But with the ban on Warner this season, the team management is finding it tough to get the right combination at the top.
The return of David Warner will help the side well next season. However, they will need to find a replacement in no time to compensate his loss.