David Andrew Warner, the international Australian cricketer, and the former captain is an excellent opening batman. He is a perfect player to chase run for the team. The player has a batting average of 45.8 in One Day Internationals (ODIs), 48.9 in Tests and 31.5 in T20. Warner can score well with his left-hand aggressive batting skills. But sometimes it makes his team let exposed, by leaving the field early. He manages to score a high number of sixes and fours at the beginning, which boosts up the run rate.
On the other hand, Rohit Sharma is one of the perfect right-handed openers usually seen these days, opening the batting line up with Shikhar Dhawan or K.L Rahul. The player has a batting average of 69.81 and has completed 6000 runs. Rahul’s batting average of Tests is 46.5 which is absolutely great. His sheer power during his shots and the impeccable sense of adaptability during the matches makes him one of his kinds. The player can be easily relied upon because of his steady playing techniques.
Both the players are great as openers. It’s difficult to decide among the two eminent players. Who do you think is a perfect attacking opener for the T20 series? David Warner or Rohit Sharma?