Australian opener David Warner, who was recently in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the 13th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL), has been away from his family, playing competitive cricket.
However, the SunRisers Hyderabad skipper is finally reunited with his wife, Candice, and daughters after a period of 108 days. The 34-year-old took to Instagram on Thursday to share a picture with his family.
"After 108 days finally I am back with my girls. Isla still won't sit still or smile in a group pic My happy place @candywarner1 #family," Warner captioned the image on Instagram.
The southpaw will be back in action during the upcoming home series against India. The series sees India and Australia playing three ODIs, the same number of T20Is and four Test matches, starting from Friday, November 27.
Separated by a two-hour drive, Sydney and Canberra will host the white-ball leg of the series. The first Test will be played under the lights at the Adelaide Oval from December 17. The traditional Boxing-Day Test will be played in Melbourne, followed by Tests in Sydney and Brisbane, respectively.