In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic that has brought the world to a standstill, Australian cricketer David Warner, who is in self-isolation took to Instagram on Tuesday and shared a video where he can be seen engaging in some catching practice. Also Read - Uber Partners With NHA to Provide Cab Service For COVID-19 Healthcare Workers
The left-hander is seen spending time with his daughter in the backyard playing tennis. Warner, with his racket, strikes the ball, which hits a wall and then he tries to catch it with one hand. Also Read - Don't Panic, This is Delhi Government's WhatsApp Number: Kejriwal on Delhi's Corona Battle
Warner captioned the video: “Just trying to keep up the skills with some one-hand catching. Remember soft hands ?? #Bullsdaycare”. Also Read - Air India Halts All Bookings Till April 30, But What About Employees' Pay?
Warner, who is expected to feature for the SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) as their opener, will be a key member of the team.
For the 2018 IPL season, he was retained and appointed captain by Sunrisers Hyderabad, but he stepped down as captain following the events of ball-tampering in South Africa. The BCCI later announced that Warner would not be allowed to play in the 2018 IPL season.
Being one of the most prolific run-getters in the history of IPL, he was the proud owner of the orange cap in 2015, 2017 and 2018 and also lifted the trophy in 2016 as skipper.
Meanwhile, IPL, which was supposed to begin from March 29 has been postponed till April 15 due to the COVI19 outbreak.