5 REASONS WHY DAVID WARNER IS THE BEST T20I BATSMAN IN WORLD CRICKET
Cricket Today|January 22, 2021
Warner is undoubtedly Australia’s greatest T20I batsman of all-time, and the southpaw will hope to end Australia's wait for T20 silverware at the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup in 2021 in India...
VEDANT YADAV
Despite not winning the ICC T20 World Cup to date, Australia has always produced amazing T20 batsmen. Be it, Adam Gilchrist, Matthew Hayden, or even all-rounder Glenn Maxwell in the modern-day game.

However, there's one player record in the format are virtually unmatched not just among the players from his country, but from the world. The player is none other than opening-batsman David Andrew Warner.

Warner is undoubtedly Australia’s greatest T20I batsman of all-time, and the southpaw will hope to end Australia's wait for T20 silverware at the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup in 2021 in India. He is also arguably the greatest T20 batsman in the world.

Having said that, here are 5 reasons why David Warner is the best T20I batsman in world cricket:

1. AGGRESSIVE APPROACH

David Warner's ambidextrous nature -- the ability to switch his hands -- helps him in doing equal justice to any kind of delivery. Warner is more than capable of playing all kinds of bowlers in different geographical conditions.

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