For the 2021 IPL season, David Warner will no longer serve as the captain of SRH.

Warner recorded a message in Telugu as well as an image collage for his fans.

While in India, David Warner found it difficult to speak Hindi and recalled his time there in the Indian Premier League (IPL). A touching message to his fans in Telugu was written on Instagram as well as a collage of images. Warner is seen playing with his daughter in the picture to the right. At the heart of Warner’s illustration, he placed a photo of SRH fans, his Hyderabad team jersey, and a selfie of him and his daughter walking through the streets of Hyderabad. He posted two photos in the lower-right corner: one of him holding his daughter in the jersey he wore while celebrating his century in Hyderabad, and another of him after his century.

From Warner’s Insta post, this reads: “My second home is still in India, Hyderabad is my favorite place.”

Warner’s fans also responded favorably to the post.

This was supported by a cricket enthusiast who claimed he was the greatest SRH caption maker but was contradicted by another man who said he was the greatest. The commenter that was also a fan of Warner also added heart and fire emojis to the comment box.

A user who took to the social media site said, “We love you even though you do Google Translate, copy-paste.”

Warne’s heartbeat is the pulse of Hyderabad read a response to this comment.

A fan from Hyderabad wrote: “Love from Hyderabad.”

Another cricket fan said, “I love you, my brother, David.”

Meanwhile, Warner has opted out of the upcoming West Indies and Bangladesh one-day international tour. There are some other notable Australian players who have chosen to sit out the current series, such as Pat Cummins, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Jhye Richardson, and Kane Richardson.

Smith was left out of the 18-man squad due to injury, which also means he was ruled out of the upcoming Aussie white-ball series.

Cricket Australia national selector Trevor Hohns, in response to the withdrawal of the Australians, called their decision “disappointing”, and also added that he “respects those who have chosen to opt-out of this tour.”

“The inclusion of COVID-19 as an international competition may present many additional challenges for athletes,” he added.

A five-match T20I and three-match ODI series against the West Indies are scheduled to be played by Australia in the near future. The Australian team will fly straight to Bangladesh after their West Indies tour ends.

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