Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) assistant coach Brad Haddin has revealed that David Warner sportingly embraced the team management’s decision to remove him as skipper in the now suspended 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL).

SRH had removed Warner as captain and the former skipper was not even in the playing XI for the game against Rajasthan. Haddin admitted the announcement came as a “shock” but praised the Australia opener for taking the decision with “class”.

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“He took it with class. It was a bit of a shock to everyone. Management decided to go in a different direction to try to spark something within the team. We weren’t playing to the standard we needed to. With Davey, the way he handled it was all class. He just got on back with the job,” Fox Cricket quoted Haddin as saying.

“I dare say he would have come back…

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