David Warner(or you can call him Lloyd) is a hard man to handle both on the field and out of the field, similar to his Australian mates, he never shy to have an exchange of heated words with the opposition. He is Australia’s own version of Boom Boom. He is one of the quite few in Cricket Australia to appear in International cricket without playing even a single first-class match. He came to bash century-old records, after making a successful T20 debut against South Africa making 89, he was determined to become a part of ODI team, however he settled drastically in test team after scoring a century and carrying off his bat through a hostile innings that cost Australia a humiliating defeat against neighbours New Zealand in a disappointing home series. Warner soon got picked in the ODI spot dribbled with the form a bit at the start but kept his tempo, later on, to become a vice-captain to Steve Smith. David Warner net worth and income statistics became known after his regular appearances in IPL and Big Bash T20 League, a game of his liking.
Net Worth of David Warner:
As of 2015, David Warner was playing as a successful Australian opening batsman in all formats of cricket, he never underperformed in poor and hostile conditions, not for his IPL franchise ever. He was rated best player against India and South Africa in Australia’s home and away series. David Warner has serious attitude problems, he once jabbed Joe Root during Ashes, it was a result of frustration of Australia’s loss against their Ashes rivals, he was fined $11,500 for the act with a ban. After scoring at an average of 58.5 per innings in Ashes 2013, he became a part of Sun Risers Hyderabad in IPL, his T20 and ODI form was back in early 2014s, the form that resulted in a world cup title win for Australia where he was the highest run-scorer for Australia.
Monthly Earnings & Contracts:
Warner was a close domestic partner of late Phil Hughes, he paid tribute to Phil Hughes by a century after Phil’s tragic death, Warner kissed the place where Phil was dropped unconscious after a fatal delivery by Sean Abbott. The net worth of David Warner comprises of his central contracts with Cricket Australia, IPL, Big Bash League, and a man of the match awards. Warner is earning approximately $350,000 per month on average.
IPL Contract (2016): $1.14 Million
Net Worth: $30 Million
Central Contract With Cricket Australia(per year): $2 Million