David Warner's struggles against Stuart Broad have been well-documented, with Broad dismissing him 17 times in his career.
Despite his difficulties, Warner retained his place in the Australian cricket team for the Manchester Test.
Warner revealed his appreciation for the banter song created by England fans, which teases him about his troubles facing Broad.
He expressed admiration for Stuart Broad and considered him one of the best bowlers for left-handed batsmen in today's game.
Warner emphasized that he enjoys facing Broad and doesn't dwell on the match-up, instead focusing on scoring against any bowler.
The banter song, initiated by the Hollies Stand, goes, "Broady's gonna get ya," and Warner loves it.
Warner's inclusion in the team highlights the faith that the management and selectors have in his abilities.
He acknowledged the presence of Jimmy Anderson, another notable bowler he has faced throughout his career.
His comments provide insight into the mental resilience required in the competitive world of professional cricket.
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