Watch: David Warner's special message for fans of Sunrisers Hyderabad

Rajdeep Saha


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12 Mar 2019: Watch: David Warner's special message for fans of Sunrisers Hyderabad

Australian cricketer David Warner is all set to make his presence felt in IPL 2019.

The southpaw missed the last edition after the BCCI followed the sanction of Cricket Australia in banning the cricketer.

Warner's ban will end on March 29 and he is excited to return to the fold.

The star even recorded a special message for fans of Sunrisers Hyderabad. Here's more.

Warner: Warner has been a solid customer for SRH

Warner, who led Sunrisers Hyderabad to the IPL title in 2016, will look to play a significant role for the Orange Army this term.

He has been a consistent run-scorer for the side. Notably, he has won the prestigious Orange Cap as well.

And the southpaw shared a special message for the fans ahead of another exciting season of the IPL.

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Importance: Warner will be crucial for SRH

Warner's return will be a shot in the arm for IPL 2018 finalists SRH.

He was missed last season and with Shikhar Dhawan moving to Delhi Capitals, his role becomes even more crucial.

We expect Warner to go all guns blazing, this term.

However, if he gets selected for the World Cup he won't be available for the entire season.

Warner form: Warner warmed up for IPL with a ton last week

Warner, who was earlier seen in the Bangladesh Premier League, had to rush home for a minor elbow surgery.

In his first game post the surgery, the southpaw smashed a quick-fire century in club cricket.

The opener hit seven sixes and four fours in his 77-ball onslaught for Randwick-Petersham in a one-day game against Penrith.

Warner looked on song and played a superb innings.

Feats: A look at Warner's feats in the IPL

Warner was superb for SRH in 2016. He amassed 848 runs that year.

He followed that up with 641 runs in 2017. Overall, the star cricketer has been part of 114 IPL matches.

He has managed to to notch 4,014 runs at an average of 40.54, that includes three centuries and 36 fifties.