Former Australian cricketer and famed leg-spin bowler Shane Warne died on Friday, aged 52, of a’suspected heart attack,’ according to news agency ANI.
According to Fox Cricket, Warne’s management issued a brief statement in the early hours of Saturday (AEDT) stating that he died after a suspected heart attack in Koh Samui, Thailand.
“Shane was discovered comatose in his villa, and despite the best efforts of medical personnel, he was unable to be revived.” “according to the declaration
“At this point, the family wants privacy and will offer further information in due course.” “It stated.
Warne, a famous figure in international cricket, has played 145 Tests for Australia since his debut in 1992, taking 708 wickets. Warne took 293 wickets in 194 One-Day Internationals.
Shane Warne was widely recognised as the greatest leg-spin bowler of all time. His unwavering commitment and out-of-the-box thinking set him apart from the rest of the group.
Warne was a member of Australia’s World Cup-winning team in 1999, as well as five Ashes-winning teams from 1993 to 2003.
Later, he played in the Indian Premier League and other Twenty20 leagues until retiring from international cricket in 2013, but he remained connected in the game as a broadcaster.
Rajasthan Royals won their first Indian Premier League (IPL) title under Shane Warne in the league’s first season.
After retiring as a cricketer, Warne went on to become a well-known commentator in the global media. He was a prominent commentator on several memorable matches for networks such as Sky Sports, Fox Sports, and Star Sports, among others.