A video grab shows David Warner singing along with his children.
David Warner, the Australian opening batsman, has been active on social media during the forced break from cricket.
David Warner has been entertaining his fans by posting fun videos of himself. In his most recent post, Warner has uploaded a TikTok video of himself on his Instagram account as he funnily sings with his daughters in the background. In the post, Warner says, "Ok, I have zero idea what's going on but have been told to do tik tok by my 5 year old @davidbullwarner31 and I have zero followers I need some help please and they love @tonesandi".
Meanwhile, England pacer Stuart Broad dismissed David Warner seven times in 10 innings in the last Ashes and it was almost a given that every time Broad had the ball in his hand in the series, he had Warner's number. The pacer has finally revealed how he got the better of the destructive opener as Warner finished the series with only 95 runs.
"He is such a dangerous player and one of the best third-innings opening batsmen in the world," Broad said in a Sky Cricket podcast.
"Having played against him a lot over the last eight or nine years, I found that, as I am a taller bowler, when he sat back in the crease he was cutting and square driving me a lot to the boundary.
"I decided I was just going to try and hit his stumps every ball. I was not going to try and swing it away from it as I felt that gave him width, I was just going to scramble the seam."
Australian batsman, who this week only joined TikTok, shared a video where he is seen moving his body with her daughter -- who is wearing an Indian dress -- on 'Sheila Ki Jawani'.
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