David Warner’s wife and daughters are relieved to see him again in Australia, where he is currently under quarantine after returning from India following the postponement of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
“He returned to his homeland with the other boys who left for India, so we are very happy to bring him back to our shores,” Candice, Warner’s wife, was quoted as saying by 7news.com.au.
“It was difficult, but even more so for my daughters, because they are now at an age where they can feel and understand what is happening,” she said.
“It’s scary, it’s a really terrible situation there and we’re so grateful he came home
soil, “added Candice, who also confirmed that Warner was doing” pretty well. “
Candice said Warner dealt with quarantine by practicing and talking to family and friends over video calls.
Warner experienced a bitter experience at IPL 2021, during which he was removed as captain of the SunRisers Hyderabad team and replaced by Kane Williamson.
The Australian discoverer was obviously unhappy with the selection of players in the team, about which there did not seem to be much opinion. He hit those responsible for choosing a relegation team Manish Pandi from a match against Delhi Capitals.
“It depends on the breeders, it was a rude call in my opinion (to leave Manish Pandey). But in the end, it’s a decision they made,” Warner said.