Shane Warne was an Australian cricketer who captained the Australian national team in One Day Internationals (ODI). Widely considered one of the greatest bowlers in cricket history, Warne was named one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year in the 1994 Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack.

He was restricted from the game in 2003 for testing positive for a precluded substance. Following the boycott, he was named Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World for the year 2004 in the 2005 Wisden Cricketers’ Almanac.

In 2000, he was chosen by a board of cricket specialists as one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Century, the main expert bowler chosen in the quintet, the just one actually playing at that point. He formally resigned from all arrangements of cricket in July 2013.

As well as playing globally, Warne played homegrown cricket for his home province of Victoria and English homegrown cricket for Hampshire.

He was chief of Hampshire for three seasons from 2005 to 2007. Warne played his first Test match in 1992 and took in excess of 1,000 global wickets (in Tests and One-Day Internationals), second to this achievement after Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan.

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Warne’s 708 Test wickets was the record for the most wickets taken by any bowler in Test cricket until it was broken by Muralitharan on 3 December 2007.

Shane Warne Siblings: Shane Warne’s Brother Jason Warne

Shane Warne had only one sibling from his father and mother. He is the brother of Jason Warne.

From our checks, Jason is either a writer or blogger who covers everything from sports to his way of life.

Jason, who is in his 40s-50s, is happily married with a child. He many of the timeshares photographs of his delightful family on his authority Instagram page.


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