The Sunrisers Hyderabad skipper David Warner congratulated his teammate T Natarajan for his selection in India’s T20 squad for the tour of Australia. This selection coming on the back off Varun Chakravarthy‘s shoulder injury that ruled him out of the Australian tour. Which is why as a result Natarajan was added to the squad as his replacement.

Natarajan’s selection is clearly a result of his sublime performance in the 2020 edition of the IPL. Mainly focusing on his death over bowling this season alone Natarajan has bowled 64 yorkers which is the most number of yorkers bowled in the season as he is only first to Jason Holder who had bowled 25 yorkers in the limited matches he has played. In the 16 matches, Natarajan played in this season he has managed to pick up 16 wickets at an average of 31.50.

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David Warner Congratulates T Natarajan On His India Call up

Recently the Sunrisers Hyderabad social media handle uploaded a video of David Warner in which he congratulated their stand out bowler of the season, Natarajan for his selection in the Indian team for India’s tour of Australia. In the process of congratulating him, Warner also said that he’ll see him in Australia as the Hyderabad teammates will be up against each other as India take on Australia.

“Congratulations Nattu, I’ll see you in Australia,” Warner said.

David Warner further talked about the season for the Sunrisers Hyderabad how it didn’t go as expected as they suffered multiple injuries concerns in the form of Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Vijay Shankar and Mitchell Marsh but they did manage to get going and reach the playoffs with limited resources. Warner hopes that next season Sunrisers can take a step further and make it to the final.

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“We didn’t start too well, but at the back end, we got some really good momentum given that we had 4-5 injuries. To finish off the way we did and to finish where we did, I am extremely proud of the guys. Hopefully next year we can go one step further and make that final,” David Warner added.