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David Warner has posted a picture of a tree and is asking his followers to identify it. Becomes the Target of Pat Cummins’ Trolling

A recent post that David Warner made on social media included an image of a tree, and he asked his followers to help him identify the species. Pat Cummins made a humorous comment on the post that was intended to troll him.

David Warner is a very engaged user of several social media platforms. The Australian opener is known for uploading footage of him and his family dancing to Indian film music frequently. Now, in a recent post that he made on social media, he shared a picture of a tree and requested his followers to tell him what kind of tree it was.

His Australian teammate Pat Cummins, on the other hand, pulled a trolling joke on him by commenting “Awesome content.” Long ago, the pair began using the same dressing room at the Australian venue.

Recent statements made by Warner indicate that he finds the following years’ cricket schedule to be “dangerous.” He went on to say that it is “tough” for players to compete in such a large number of matches.

“The outlook for the timetable for the next five years is terrifying. I am relieved to be at this point in the process because it has been really challenging. It goes without saying that I am with my family; a good number of the guys also have young families. That’s going to be a tough nut to crack… At this level, it is quite challenging to try to compete in between 80 and 90 games per year… That’s a significant amount of cricket, “reported Warner to the press.

On Sunday, Warner inked a contract with the Sydney Thunder that would last for two years. The conclusion of the Sydney Test in January will bring an end to his international obligations, at which point he will join the Thunder. He may be available for as many as five regular season matches, as well as the playoffs, including the second instalment of the blockbuster Sydney Smash, which will be played against the Sixers in the summer.

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