‘You are fat, not fit to play cricket for Australia..’ Shane Warne got hit on his heart and became a magician of spin

new Delhi. Australia’s legend among the world’s greatest bowlers Shane Warne (Shane Warne) said goodbye to this world at the age of 52. Warne (Shane Warne Death) made and broke many records on the cricket field but it was not easy for him to get into this game. Warne, who made his Test debut in 1992, was very fat earlier. His initial coach Terry Jenner had even said that he was not fit to play for Australia due to his weight. This thing struck Warne’s heart and later he earned such a name as a magician of spin that many youths became role models.

Shane Warne He has mentioned this in his book ‘No Spin’. Warne has mentioned his dream of cricket, love for beer and junk food and the turning point in his book. Warne has written about meeting coach Terry Jenner. In the book, he wrote, ‘I was very fat when I met coach Terry Jenner. Seeing me, Jenner said – you are overweight, in fact you are very fat. You have absolutely no discipline and you think you are better. You don’t deserve to play for Australia.

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This meeting proved to be the turning point for Warne. Warne worked hard, worked a lot on fitness and showed the world how to make a dream come true with hard work. Warne, who played the first Test match of his career against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground, was selected by Wisden among the five cricketers of the century for his incredible achievements between 1992 and 2007. He was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame in 2013.

Shane Warne was a member of the Australian team that won the World Cup in 1999. He has many records in his name. He is the highest wicket-taker Australian bowler in Tests. He has taken the highest 195 wickets in Ashes cricket against England.

After saying goodbye to international cricket, he also earned a name in the world’s richest cricket league IPL. Warne led Rajasthan Royals as captain and coach in the very first season of the league in 2008. Owning a great personality on and off the field, Warne also found success as a commentator.

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