Will David Warner bat right-handed in Nagpur? Such a dread of the pitch! , david warner batted right handed nagpur practice india vs australia

India vs Australia: David Warner’s Test record in India is very bad. However, this player can surprise everyone with his batting in the Test series starting on Thursday. Know why?

Warner will bat right handed!

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David Warner is known for his fast batting, but when it comes to Test cricket in India, this player is seen in many difficulties. The Border-Gavaskar Test series starting in Nagpur from Thursday is also a big challenge for Warner. India has a quality bowling line-up in front and the Nagpur pitch is also said to be difficult for left-handed batsmen. Although David Warner has found a different way to play on the Nagpur pitch. Although Warner is a left-handed batsman, this player was seen practicing with his right hand on the nets.

David Warner has shared a photo on his Instagram story in which he is seen batting with the right hand. Let us tell you that in the past, a video of Warner’s batting practice also went viral on social media, in which he was batting with the right hand as well.

So will Warner bat right-handed?

After practicing batting with the right hand of David Warner, now the question in the mind of the fans is whether this player can bat with the right hand in Nagpur? Although it seems less likely, but this Australian player can also take this decision considering the pitch of Nagpur. Actually, batting is not going to be so easy for left handed batsmen in Nagpur pitch. There is a separate rough area for left-handed batsmen from where it will not be so easy to play the ball. There will be at least five left handers in Australia’s playing XI and this has become a cause of concern for this team. Talking about Warner, this player can also bat with the right hand. In the days of junior cricket, Warner has played a full season as a right-handed batsman.

Warner’s poor record in India

David Warner has played 8 Test matches in India and the batting average of this player is only 24.25. Warner has been able to score 388 runs in India with the help of only 3 half-centuries. By the way, Warner’s Test average against India is bad anyway. This player has been able to score 1148 runs in 18 Tests against India at an average of just 33.76. Even on the last tour of India, Warner could score only 193 runs at an average of 24.12, which included only one half-century. In such a situation, it should not be surprising if Warner is seen doing some big experiments in this Test series.