It’s been an interesting 12 to 18 months for David Warner. The fiery opener has been through one of the lowest points of his career after being suspended as a part of the ball tampering scandal that rocked Australian cricket last year.
Warner was stripped of his vice-captaincy and was banned from International and Australian domestic cricket for 12 months. The 32-year-old continued to play club cricket to maintain his form, before making a come-back in the 2019 World Cup.
Before the tournament Warner would have probably been the first choice opener for the upcoming Ashes series, however after an impressive series he would now be locked-in to return to the Test team.
Partnered with Aaron Finch throughout the tournament, the opener piled on 647 runs at an average of 71.88, just one run shy of the highest of the series set by Rohit Sharma.