Mets meets Australian Vice Captain cricketer David Warner to discuss his rise to the top and how he aims to inspire youngsters to continue red ball cricket.
[2:40] “It’s another string to my bow that I’ve added to my training routine.”
[7:53] “One of my greatest strengths was that my parents never forced me into anything, they gave me constructive feedback and I got on with it.”
[12:01] “Don’t always dwell on the negatives.”
[14:11] “The hardest work is training, the easy part is going out to the field to play.”
[19:30] “The challenge now is to keep working harder when we get into preparation mode.”
[21:20] “The generation before still has the hunger to keep playing.”
[25:50] “You can’t teach confidence, you have to have it.”
[0:23] David starts by talking about his recent win with New South Wales.
[2:09] David discusses his new found interest in long distance running and dynamic weights.
[4:20] David chats about his childhood and his journey to becoming an extremely talented cricketer.
[11:10] Mets and David go into depth with how important a positive mindset is throughout David’s cricket career while spending time away.
[15:31] David speaks about he’s started to focus on learning more and finding interests outside of cricket.
[17:40] David and Mets discuss the Ashes and the significance of the event between England and Australia.
[22:30] David talks about encouraging red ball cricket and how important it is for experienced cricket players to inspire youngsters.
[24:50] Finally, David discusses how to gain confidence in the game and everyday life.