Virender Sehwag Rewrites Rules Of English Grammar While Wishing David Warner

AP2TG Staff

Virender Sehwag has done it again. The former cricketer, who rewrote the rules of playing Test cricket with his fearless approach at the top of the order, has now rewritten the rules of English grammar.

Sehwag is smashing with his tickling tweets on the micro-blogging site Twitter for birthdays and some special occasions. David Warner as his latest victim with his birthday. Warner, who turned 30 on Thursday, was wished by his former Delhi Daredevils (DD) teammate Sehwag in his own inimitable style.


The ‘Nawab of Nazafgarh’, who has transformed himself into the ‘Nawab of Twitter’ these days wishing his friends on their birthdays with funny tweets aimed at trolling cricketers.

He brought Australian spin king Shane Warne into the discussion as well, due to his surname’s resemblance to that of Warner’s, and used English Grammar’s regular, comparative and superlative forms in his tweet by writing: “Happy Bday @davidwarner31 . After having the legend Warne, now Aus have Warner. When is Warnest coming? Also,no warning was given by both greats.”

The duo had set the cricketing world on fire during their times at Delhi Daredevils when the duo used to open for IPL franchise. Sehwag continues to entertain his fans through Twitter and his funny commentary skills, birthday boy Warner is currently preparing for the upcoming three-Test series against South Africa at home.