David Warner



After Steve Smith, David Warner too appeared for a press conference. Warner said that he has let Australia down and apologized for his actions. This was the first time Warner appeared in public after the ball-tampering scandal. Australian Cricket board...

David Warner has arrived home in Sydney, breaking his silence on Australia's ball-tampering saga with an apology via social media before promising to talk more in coming days. Comforted by his wife Candice and intent on getting his two young...

Damned as the chief plotter in the ball-tampering scandal, David Warner will never be considered for captaincy after serving his one-year ban, Cricket Australia announced on Wednesday. Warner, who made headlines in 2009 by becoming the first player in...

Steve Smith and David Warner have been banned for 12 months and Cameron Bancroft for 9 months from playing 'elite' cricket following the ball-tampering scandal. However, they can continue to play Grade Cricket, but the trio will be required...
Steve Smith and David Warner have been handed one-year ban by Cricket Australia (CA) following the ball-tampering incident that took place during the Capetown Test. Following CA's announcement BCCI acting secretary, Amitabh Choudhary has confirmed that both Smith and...
Steve Smith and David Warner have been imposed with heavy sanctions by Cricket Australia who have decided to hand them a one-year ban. Opening batsman Cameron Bancroft who was caught tampering with the ball during the 3rd Test against...
David Warner has stood down from the captaincy of his Indian Premier League (IPL) team Sunrisers Hyderabad. Warner followed the footsteps of Steve Smith, who on Monday stood down as skipper of Rajasthan Royals for the upcoming season. Both players are...
Australian opener David Warner has reportedly lost the plot as the ball-tampering saga at the Newlands gains momentum. After being stripped of the vice-captaincy on Day 4 of the third Test against the Proteas at Newlands on Saturday, it is...
Former England captain Michael Vaughan has denied promoting 'personal abuse' against Australian players during the third Test against South Africa in Cape Town. Vaughan was involved in a war of words with David Warner's wife Candice on Twitter after...