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How is the life of David Warner after the "ball-tampering" saga?

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XtraTime Web Desk: After the shocking ball tampering saga banned Australian cricketer David Warner said that he is been humbled by the support he got from the fans. The suspended Aussie opening batsman now spending more time with his family. Not only Warner but also former skipper Steve Smith and batsman Cameron Bancroft was suspended after the incident.

It was also a reality check for Warner as he said, "It is humbling and overwhelming, sometimes you sit back and reflect and wonder do people care about you as a person.”

"Sometimes with our society something has to happen for the worst for people to come out and show a lot of support and I think I’ve learned a valuable lesson in this myself for the support I have been given to be on the front foot to help others."

It was the first time he talked to the media since his emotional press conference while returning home from South Africa,

He wasn’t allowed to play cash rich Indian Premier League this year but enjoying being out of the “bubble” of touring life as he said, “I think the biggest thing for us has been when you are in a routine you can get caught in a bubble — cricket, hotels, packing your bags, coming home,"

"You are not home for long. With an extended period of time you are in a good routine but then it is selfless — kids are a priority — so it's day care, swimming lessons, gymnastic lessons and then you get your quality time together as parents.

"(Wife) Candice and I do all those things together. We take them to these things together — pick them up together.

"I always make sure I am able to do it all the time. I am making time now and it is worthwhile.

"I’ve missed that part until now where the kids run up to the gate saying, 'Mummy and Daddy are here', and I am really enjoying and embracing that."

After being appointed as new coach of Australia Justin Langer said that he’s willing to welcome back those banned cricketers after serving their suspensions.

"If they are willing to meet the standards of the Australian cricket team, I think everyone has a place," Langer said.

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