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‘Not Sure Why I Was Blocked’: David Warner Opens Up On His Exit From SRH

‘Not Sure Why I Was Blocked’: David Warner Opens Up On His Exit From SRH

David Warner, the famous Australian cricket player, recently talked about his unexpected departure from the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) team in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He said it was strange. He explained what happened on Ravichandran Ashwin’s YouTube channel.

Warner had ups and downs during his time in the IPL. He played for the Delhi Capitals from 2009 to 2013 and then joined SRH in 2014. He was a big part of SRH until 2021, helping them win the IPL in 2016. But then things changed suddenly.

In 2021, Warner didn’t do well. He was removed as captain because of bad performance and losing games. After that, the team didn’t play him much, and they even blocked him on social media. It was tough for Warner because he wanted to play and help the team, but he couldn’t. Warner felt confused and hurt by how the team treated him.

He thinks it’s important to connect with fans, and being blocked on social media was strange. But he’s thankful for the fans who supported him through everything.

Warner’s Disappointment: Fan Connection and Social Media Mystery at SRH

“It did hurt because it was a sense of like hurt for fans. The fans are the most important relationship you could have. The engagement with the fans that I had, with the team had was very good. I am not sure why I was blocked.

But I did engage with a lot of fans on the social media side for SRH. I did feel it was my duty to engage with the fans, making sure they kept coming back. That is what is most important. But from the blocking point of view, I do not know.”

“I have been sitting on it for about 5 years. It was bizarre. At the end of the day, I still have fans who come onto my page and talk to everyone. So it is great,” he stated.

Warner said on Ravichandran Ashwin‘s YouTube channel. David Warner, a cricket icon in the Indian Premier League (IPL), cemented his legendary status with the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) by scoring 4,014 runs in 95 matches. However, his path changed when he joined the Delhi Capitals in 2022. Despite delivering notable performances for Delhi, including scoring two centuries and 22 fifties, Warner hasn’t won an IPL title with his new team.

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