WATCH: David Warner swings bat like Ravindra Jadeja, asks for approval from the latter

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David Warner and Ravindra Jadeja. (Image Source: Twitter)

The sight of Ravindra Jadeja swinging his bat like a sword in Rajputana style is a common sight whenever the Saurashtra cricketer reaches a milestone at the international level.


After a hard-fought duel with James Anderson during one of the Test matches in England in the 2014 tour, Jadeja brought his sword out for the first time on reaching a well-compiled half-century.

Since then, it has been customary for the all-rounder to celebrate his feats in trademark style.


The quarantine period observed by cricketers has enabled them to spend some quality time with friends, family and fans on social media.

Australia’s dashing opener David Warner recently was reminiscent of his time in India last year during IPL, featuring for the Sunrisers Hyderabad.

The festivities of the cricket season in India includes shooting for commercials for prominent cricketers within a franchise. Warne, last season, was made to swing the bat like a warrior on the battlefield during an advertising campaign.


Warner posted the video and captioned it by saying, “Throwback to this time last year to a commercial we were doing for @sunrisershyd Do you think I’ve got @royalnavghan covered for the sword??”

Last year’s IPL season meant a comeback into competitive cricket for Warner. The dynamic southpaw lit up the 2019 tournament with his tally of 692 runs at an unbelievable average of 69.20.


Warner smashed a monumental ton during the season along with the eight half-centuries to announce his return.

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