Full Name: David Andrew Warner
Born: 27 October 1986 (age 34)
Place of Birth: Paddington, Sydney
Role: Opening Batsman
Net Worth (2021): $11 Million
Current Squad: Sunrisers Hyderabad, Sylhet Sixers
First Domestic Appearance: On 29 November 2008, One Day century for New South Wales v Tasmania at Hurstville Oval in Sydney
First International Appearance: T20I debut (cap 32),11 January 2009 v South Africa
Spartan – After having a sponsorship deal with Gray-Nicholls for almost a decade, David Warner was seen using a Spartan bat after his comeback to the game.
Asics – The former Australian Captain was in a sponsorship deal with Sporting brand Asics, but the company had the deal terminated when the player was banned for 12 months for ball-tampering.
LG – David Warner was in a sponsorship deal with LG’s electronic appliance manufacturing company since 2014 and was their Brand, Ambassador. LG, too decided, however, not to renew their contract with the player after the ball-tampering incident in 2018.
Nine Network – After the former Australian skipper got banned from playing, the Nine network decided to hire him as their commentator as they had a brilliant relationship with him over the years. This decision saw many disagreements around the TV network, but they decided to stand for it.
KFC – Cricket Australia partners KFC also had an association with the former Captain, who has done a few commercials for it.
Toyota – The Australian was also a brand Ambassador for the Japanese Car making company but got his contract terminated after his ban.
- 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, ICC Test Team of the Year
- 2016 and 2017 ICC One-Day International Team of the Year
- 2011–2020 ICC Test Team of the Decade
- 2011–2020 ICC ODI Team of the Decade
- The Allan Border Medal awarded in the years 2016, 2017, and 2020
- Test Player of the Year in Australia in 2016
- 2017 and 2018 Australian One-Day International Player of the Year
- Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year 2012
- 2015, 2017, and 2019 Indian Premier League Orange Cap
- Warner and his wife Candice launched the ‘GoldTelethon’ campaign in 2015 to promote the improvement of young patients and ensured proper care of seriously sick and disabled children at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick.
- In October 2019, David Warner contributed all of the money he earned from Twenty20I to Zaidee’s Rainbow Foundation. He gave $500 to the charity, which would help children that are afflicted with an illness that necessitates a large amount of money to be treated.
- In 2015, Warner was among authors who helped kids with cancer. His book ‘The Kaboom Kid’ was one of three included in the February KOALA Kids book club. The book club is intended to motivate and educate children who are seeking long-term cancer care at The Royal Children’s Hospital and Monash Children’s Hospital’s Children’s Cancer Centres.