“You copying my TikTok” – David Warner to Rohit Sharma on Indian opener’s latest social media post

Despite not going through the best of his times, David Warner will be opening for the Australian team at the ongoing T20 World Cup.

SportsTiger Staff Administrator

Updated - 18 October 2021 9:49 pm

When not cricket, TikTok is another name that comes with the name of David Warner. The Australian batter is highly active on the social media platform sharing funny videos and entertaining his fans. When not playing cricket on the field, TikTok is, for sure, his way of enjoyment. He never shies away from boasting his TikTok skills and now the southpaw feels that Indian opener Rohit Sharma is copying him.

Rohit uploaded a video on social media wherein he opened the new Indian jersey for T20 World Cup 2021 on his bed and then jumped on it to eventually get into the dress in the next part of the video. The shared clip in no time sent netizens in splits with Warner also commenting on the post.

Here is what Rohit posted:

Watching the video, Warner commented, "You copying my Tiktok," which added more fun to it.

David Warner to open for Australia

Despite not going through the best of his times, David Warner will be opening for the Australian team at the ongoing T20 World Cup. The update was confirmed by the side's limited-overs captain Aaron Finch.

"Yep, absolutely. He’s (Warner) one of the best players to ever play the game for Australia. I’ve got no doubt that his preparation, while he would love to be playing for Hyderabad no doubt, I know that he’s still training away. He’ll be good to go," Finch had said at a press conference in mid-October.

It is worth noting that Warner was first removed from SunRisers Hyderabad's captaincy in first leg of IPL 2021 and got dropped from the playing XI in the second leg of the competition. Later, he was even kept out of the team's reserves.

"...the other disappointing thing for me was not being explained why I was dropped as captain. If you want to go along the lines of form, it is a difficult one because, I guess whatever you have done in the past would have some weight moving forward, you would think," Warner had told Sports Today.

"It is difficult, a tough pill to swallow. There are still questions to which I think I’ll never get answers, but you have to move on," he had added.