Warner shed light on the unexpected turn of events that led to his exit from SRH

Warner shed light on unexpect turn of events that led to his exit from SRH. Speaking on Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin’s channel, Warner revealed the surprising turn of events that led to his departure from SRH.

David Warner, the famous Australian opener, recently expressed his feelings about his departure from the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) franchise, describing it as “bizarre.” Warner spoke on Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin’s channel about the unexpected events that led to his departure from SRH.

Warner’s Indian Premier League (IPL) career has been a rollercoaster of highs and lows. After a successful stint with the Delhi Capitals from 2009 to 2013. Warner joined SRH in 2014 and will be a key member of the team until 2021. Despite leading SRH to victory in the 2016 IPL and delivering standout performances on the field, Warner’s time with the franchise came to an abrupt end.

David Warner suffered setbacks during the 2021 season

Including being relieved of captaincy midway through due to poor form and a string of losses. He subsequently sideline and even block by the franchise on social media platforms. Warner’s disappointment was palpable as he played the role of a spectator, carrying drinks for his team during games.

Reflecting on the ordeal, Warner expressed his surprise at the treatment he received from the team management. He emphasized the importance of fan engagement, viewing it as a critical component of his relationship with his supporters. Despite the perplexing decision to block him on social media, Warner is grateful for his fans’ unwavering support.

“It did hurt because it caused supporters to feel hurt. Fans are the most essential relationship you can have. The engagement I had with the fans and with the team was excellent,” Warner remarked on Ravi Ashwin’s YouTube channel.

“I do not know why I was barred. But I did interact with a lot of fans on social media for SRH. I felt it was my obligation to interact with the fans and keep them coming back. That is what matters most. However, I am not sure about blocking. I’ve been sitting on it for approximately five years. It was odd. At the end of the day, I still have admirers who come to my page and engage with everyone. So it’s amazing,” he said.

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Warner acquire by Delhi Capitals in 2022

Warner’s contributions to SRH cemented his status as an IPL legend, with an impressive total of 4,014 runs in 95 matches. However, his journey took a new turn when he was signed by the Delhi Capitals in 2022.

Despite his impressive efforts for DC, which include two centuries and 22 fifties, Warner has failed to win an IPL trophy with his new team.

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