David Warner made his international cricket debut in 2009 as a 22-year-old without having represented his state, the first Australian to do so since 1877. He debuted at MCG in Melbourne, setting a new record. He was announced as a pocket dynamo athlete. In less than three years, Warner made his Test debut. He has scored 26 Test match hundreds and is only second to Ricky Ponting for most international career runs across all formats. 20 of his 100 were scored on home soil, and he has yet to score a Test ton in other countries. He never admitted to cheating using a sandpaper in the infamous ‘Sandpapergate’ incident. Although he has changed as a person, controversy still surrounds Warner’s life. Despite this, he was respected for his talents with the willow. He is now a mellowed-out family man who enjoys making dance videos on TikTok and Instagram. His fans and haters are in an eternal debate about his place in the pantheon of all-time great players.