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Warner out to prove a point since hiatus

AAP Australian Sports – David Warner’s insatiable desire for runs and determination to prove a point have rarely been more obvious than ahead of his World Cup return.

Summary

  • David Warner’s insatiable desire for runs and determination to prove a point have rarely been more obvious than ahead of his World Cup return.
  • Some 434 days after Australian cricket’s darkest hour, Australian officials are expecting Warner to overcome leg tightness on Saturday to face Afghanistan in his first official game back since his 12-month ban.
  • In that time the left-hander has whacked more than 2200 runs at an average of 50 in everything from global Twenty20 leagues to Sydney Grade Cricket.
  • Back playing in Sydney last summer Warner hit 909 runs at an average of 75.75 for Randwick-Petersham, before topping the charts with 692 runs at 69.2 in this year’s Indian Premier League.
  • While Warner made an immediate point with runs all over the world, Smith spent time on technique and is only now beginning to re-find his rhythm.

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