Sunrisers Hyderabad has named Australia batsman David Warner as their new captain for the latest 2020 season, of the Indian Premier League (IPL) the organization stated on 27th February Thursday. David Warner returns as captain following two-year nonattendance, taking over from New Zealand’s Kane Williamson, who was the captain of Sunrisers in the last two years 2018 and 2019 versions of the well-known Twenty20 association.
David Warner was Sunrisers’ captain somewhere in the year range of 2015 and 2017 and won the IPL title with them in 2016, however, he was restricted for a year in 2018 as far as concerns him in a ball-altering outrage. The 33-year-old Australian supposedly engineered a plot to mess with the ball utilizing sandpaper during a test against South Africa two years prior, for which he and captain Steve Smith were restricted by Cricket Australia.
Williamson drove Sunrisers to another participant finish in the 2018 IPL and to fourth place a year ago. Warner said that he is excited to be given the captaincy for this coming IPL 2020, he is really thankful for the open door by and by to lead the group. He promised to put forth his best effort to lead and to lift the IPL trophy this year. The IPL season will begin on March 29.