David Warner’s kids send heartfelt message to their dad

David Warner’s kids want to reunite with their dad soon. Candice Warner posted two photos on social media of the message that her and David Warner’s kids wrote.

As cricket fans would know, BCCI has indefinitely suspended IPL 2021. The chief reason for it was the COVID-19 outbreak in the bio-secure. Multiple players and officials contracted the deadly virus. As a result, the BCCI has decided to send the players home.

IPL 2021 should resume in the latter part of the year. However, the foreign players, especially from Australia, will have to think twice about their decision to play. Currently, Australia has banned flights from India. So, BCCI is working hard to make an arrangement to send the Aussie players home.

Many big names from Australia like Steve Smith, Glenn Maxwell, David Warner, Daniel Christian, Jason Behrendorff and others were a part of IPL 2021. While they are in India, their families are in Australia. It will take a little more time before they unite with their families.

Please daddy come home straight away: David Warner’s kids

Amid all the recent developments, a message from David Warner’s kids has gone viral on the internet. David posted the photo on Instagram, while Candice posted it on Twitter. The following was the message from Ivy, Indi and Isla:

“Please daddy come home straightaway. We miss you a lot and love you. Love from Ivy, Indi and Isla.”

This message has gone viral on Twitter, with Candice Warner’s tweet receiving over 11,000 likes. Mumbai Indians cricketer Suryakumar Yadav was also touched by this message, as he commented: “So cute.”

David Warner was a part of the Sunrisers Hyderabad team in IPL 2021. SRH were all set to take to take on the Mumbai Indians tonight. However, because of the COVID-19, the match will not happen. BCCI will soon issue an official update on the future of IPL 2021.

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