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Shane Warne

Shane Warne – Cricketing Statistics

Name Shane Warne
Player Type Leg-spin Bowler
Date of Birth September 13, 1969
Father’s Name Keith Warne
Birthplace Upper Ferntree Gully, Victoria, Australia
Career Start February 1992 (ODIs), January 1992 (Tests), February 2005 (T20Is)
Retirement Date January 4, 2013 (ODIs), December 2006 (Tests), January 5, 2011 (T20Is)
Matches Played 194 (ODIs), 145 (Tests), 73 (T20Is)
Centuries 0 (ODIs), 1 (Tests), 0 (T20Is)
Half Centuries 7 (ODIs), 12 (Tests), 4 (T20Is)
Ducks 14 (ODIs), 17 (Tests), 6 (T20Is)
Nervous Nineties 3 (Tests)
Wickets 293 (ODIs), 708 (Tests), 1 (T20Is)
Captaincy in Matches 1 (ODIs)
Man of the Matches 17 (ODIs), 17 (Tests), 2 (T20Is)

Biography of Shane Warne

Shane Warne, born on September 13, 1969, in Upper Ferntree Gully, Victoria, Australia, is considered one of the greatest leg-spin bowlers in the history of cricket. He burst onto the international scene in 1992 when he made his debut in both One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and Test matches for Australia. His exceptional leg-spin bowling and ability to turn the ball sharply made him a nightmare for batsmen around the world.

Throughout his illustrious career, Warne became known for his vast repertoire of deliveries, including the famous “ball of the century” that he bowled against Mike Gatting in 1993. He was a master of deception and was equally effective in both limited-overs and longer formats of the game. Besides his brilliant bowling skills, Warne was also known for his charismatic personality, on-field theatrics, and competitive spirit.

Warne represented Australia in 194 ODIs, 145 Test matches, and 73 T20 Internationals. He holds the record for the most number of wickets in Test cricket, with an incredible 708 wickets to his name. Warne also picked up 293 wickets in ODIs and 1 wicket in T20Is. Notably, he scored a century in Test cricket and several valuable half-centuries across formats.

Although Warne had a successful cricket career, he faced some ups and downs, including controversies related to his personal life. Despite those challenges, his cricketing achievements overshadowed any negative publicity. He served as the captain of the Australian ODI team in one match and was awarded the Man of the Match title 17 times in both ODIs and Test matches, as well as twice in T20Is.

Warne bid farewell to international cricket in 2011 after the final edition of the Big Bash League. His contribution to cricket has left an indelible mark, and he continues to be involved in various roles within the sport even after his retirement.

As for world records, I cannot provide the information beyond September 2021, but during his playing days, Shane Warne held several records in Test and ODI formats, such as the most Test wickets and most Man of the Match awards in Test cricket.

Brand Endorsements

As of my last update in September 2021, Shane Warne was associated with various brands and had several endorsement deals, especially in Australia. However, specific details about his brand endorsements beyond that date are not available to me.

Please note that for up-to-date information on world records and brand endorsements, you may need to refer to more recent sources or news outlets.