2. David Warner
If you might have noticed David Warner’s gameplay, he is someone who likes to take the bowling attack to the cleaners from the word go. In his stay at the crease, besides hitting sixes and fours, he mounts pressure on the bowlers by taking quick runs as well.
Warner is 34 years old but he is still one of the fastest sprinters between the wickets. He has by far been Australia’s core for more than a decade. The aggressive opening batsman scored 7,311 runs in Tests at an average of 48.1, 5,455 runs in ODIs at an average of 45.5 and 2,265 runs in 81 games at an average of 31.4.
Overall, he has scored 24 centuries in Tests, 18 centuries in ODIs and a lone century in T20Is. The veteran cricketer has scored 30 fifties in the longest format of the game, 23 fifties in the 50-over format and 18 fifties in the truncated version of the game.