Shane Warne Dies at 52 : ‘Suspected heart attack,’ according to his Family
In a brief statement issued on Friday, Shane Warne’s representatives announced the singer had died in Thailand’s Koh Samui after suffering what appeared to be a heart attack.
The greatest leg-spinner in the history of Australian cricket, Shane Warne, has passed away at the age of 52. A brief statement from Warne’s management informed fans that he had died on the Thai island of Koh Samui of a suspected heart attack.
A medical team tried to revive Shane after he was discovered unconscious in his villa, but he was pronounced dead. For the time being, the family asks for privacy and will provide more information when the time is right.
One of Australia’s most renowned athletes, Rod Marsh, died of a heart attack less than 24 hours earlier. Warne had tweeted about Marsh’s death just over a day earlier, when he wrote: “My heart goes out to Rod Marsh’s family, friends, and fans. He was a living legend in our beloved sport and a role model for countless young players. Rod was devoted to cricket and generous to players from both Australia and England. My heart goes out to Ros and her family. My condolences on your passing, buddy.”
“I had a pounding headache like a hangover. First, I had a thumping headache and one day where I had the shivers, but I was sweating, like when you have the flu, like the first few days of being positive “The Herald Sun had been informed by Warne. “For the first three or four days, I had trouble tasting anything, but that passed quickly. It appears as though I’ve found the coveted Grail. Because I’ve had two shots and taken Covid, I should be completely protected at this point.”
The cricketing world has been rocked by the sudden death of Shane Warne. Warne represented Australia in 145 Tests and 194 ODIs over the course of his 15-year career, amassing a total of 1001 wickets. With 708 Test wickets, he’s second only to Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan in the all-time list. Former Australian cricketer Warne continued to play in the IPL and Big Bash despite announcing that he was retiring in 2007. In 2015, he captained Warne’s Warriors against Sachin Tendulkar’s SRT Blasters in three exhibition matches in the United States against Sachin Tendulkar’s team.
Warne, affectionately referred to as “Warney,” made his debut in 1992 at the Sydney Cricket Ground, and it was during the 1993 Ashes series that he made his name known to the rest of the world. His “Ball of the Series” dismissal of England legend Mike Gatting remains one of the most memorable moments in cricket. The next 15 years would see him play a major role in Australia’s dominance of cricket around the world. On the 1999 World Cup winning team, he was a five-time winner of the Ashes, as well. In 1994, Warne was named one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year after leading Australia in one-day internationals.