Watch: David Warner Gives Boxing Lessons To Daughter, Shares Video On Instagram
David Warner, like many athletes, has turned social media into his new home as he keeps his followers entertained with fun videos.
David Warner, like many, has turned social media into his new home
On Sunday, Warner shared a video giving boxing lessons to his daughter
Warner last week announced his arrival on video sharing platform TikTok
A day after enthralling the world with his dance moves on a famous Bollywood song, David Warner posted a couple of more videos on his official Instagram handle, this time giving boxing lessons to his daughter. "They just love doing what @candywarner1 and I do with training, what can you say?? "OK", Warner wrote, sharing the videos on Instagram. Warner, like many athletes, has turned social media into his new home as he keeps his followers entertained with fun videos. On Saturday, Warner's one such video took social media by storm as he and his daughter Indi danced to the superhit song - 'Sheila Ki Jawani' that features Katrina Kaif.
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In fact, exploring the uncharted territory, Warner last week announced his arrival on famous video sharing platform TikTok on request of his five-year-old daughter.
Warner made his foray into the world of TikTok by lip-syncing the hit song 'Never seen the rain' by Australian singer and songwriter Toni Watson, better known as 'Tones and I'.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Australia's three-match One-Day International series against New Zealand was called off after the first match, which was played behind closed doors.
Warner, one of the most successful batsman in Indian Premier League history, was set to lead SunRisers Hyderabad in the IPL 2020.
However, a nationwide lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, forced the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to indefinitely postpone the tournament.
This is the first time that IPL will not be taking place during its regular April-May window.
However, despite losing its normal window the IPL Governing Council has not completely ruled out the possibility of holding the tournament later this year, given the crisis subsides and the situation is under control.