David Warner Writes a Hilarious Caption for his Picture with Virat Kohli on Instagram

June 12, 2020 10:46 pm

David Warner has become quite popular on short video message sharing app Tik Tok. The Australian batsman enjoys a huge fan following on Tik Tok and has developed a great interest in that app during the lockdown. Since his debut on Tik Tok, Warner is trying hard to convince the Indian captain Virat Kohli but hasn’t achieved any success yet. 

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has put a full stop on all the cricket tournaments and series across the globe. Many countries are under lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19. Australia’s opening batsman David Warner utilized this unexpected long break in making Tik Tok videos. His videos are hilarious and act as a source of entertainment for his fans. Warner often uploads videos featuring his wife and three daughters in it. 

Along with making Tik Tok videos, David is also trying to make Virat Kohli debut on this short video sharing app. Many times, he has publicly invited Kohli for making a Tik Tok video with him. However, Virat hasn’t responded to his request yet. This time, Warner posted a candid picture of himself along with Virat Kohli. 

While posting the picture, Warner wrote, “Caption this!! I am not joining Tiktok ok!! I can’t wait to get back on the park and play again but in all seriousness, it will be a great battle as always against India. #summerofcricket #sport #fun,” 

Here take a look at the picture of Virat Kohli and David Warner

Warner is also looking forward to playing against the Indian team later this year in Australia. India is scheduled to tour Australia for Border-Gavaskar Trophy and an ODI series in December-January. As of now, Cricket Australia is planning to host the four test matches between India and Australia without the spectators due to the coronavirus scare. The first test match will commence from December 3 in Gabba followed by a second, third, and fourth test in Adelaide Oval (Dec 11-15), Melbourne Cricket Ground (Dec 26-30), and Sydney Cricket Ground (Jan 3-7) respectively. 


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