Shane Warne is a prominent cricketer in Australia who has played several international matches. Shane was born on 13th September 1969 in Upper Ferntree Gully, Australia. He studied at Hampton High School. He was offered a sports scholarship to attend Mentone Grammar School. Shane is a king of bowling, and he is considered one of the finest bowler hats in the world. He was the captain of the Australian cricket team in many ODIs.
In 1994, he was named one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year. Warne is a right-handed batsman and bowler. He made his test debut against India in 1992. Shane also played on behalf of Victoria in domestic cricket. He took a total of one thousand international wickets. Warne has achieved a milestone in batting by scoring more than three thousand test runs without a career century and being the only batsman. Warne is a good football player too. In 1988, he played in the under 19 team of the St Kilda Football Club, but later, he concentrated wholly on cricket.
Shane’s dedication to cricket has led him to level up all the previously set boundaries. In July 2013, Shane entirely retired from cricket. He is blessed with three children from his former wife. After his retirement, he opened the Shane Warne Foundation, which cares for seriously ill and underprivileged children. But due to financial losses, it was closed in 2017. Shane turned into a cricket commentator after retiring.
Shane Warne had been much active on social media, especially Twitter. He shared his photos and videos on Twitter and received appreciation from his followers. Shane is friendly, and many of his international cricket friends have shared this. He had given a lot of bowling tips to the Australian and other country cricketers. Shane Warne had been in Koh Samui, Thailand, with his friends in March 2022. On 4th March 2022, his friends found him unresponsive in his villa. Soon, they called for the medical team in the villa, and they tried their best, but he couldn’t be revived. As per the first report, it is suspected that he would have died due to a massive heart attack. Only a few hours before his death, he condoled the death of Rodney Marsh, the former Australian wicketkeeper. Right from the fans to the international cricketers, everyone is shocked to hear the death news of Shane Warne.