|Full Name||Shane Keith Warne|
|Birth Date||13 September 1969|
|Birth Place||Upper Ferntree Gully, Victoria, Australia|
|Occupation||Former International Cricketer / Coach|
|Net Worth||$50 Million|
|Role||Leg spin bowler|
|International Debut||ODI- 24 March 1993 against New Zealand at Wellington|
Body Measurement & Physical Stats
|Height||6 feet 0 inches or 183 cm|
|Weight||85 kg / 187 pound|
|Chest||40 in or 104 cm|
|Biceps||14 in or 35.56 cm|
|Waist||30 in or 76.2 cm|
|Eye Color||Light Grey|
Shane Keith Warne, an Australian former international cricketer, is widely appraised as one of the best bowlers in the game’s history. In the 1994 Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack, he was called as one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year. In addition, he is a cricket commentator and a professional poker player as well. In July 2013, he officially retired from all configurations.
He was offered a sports scholarship at Mentone Grammar when he was attending Hampton High School. He even played five games of Australian rules football for the St Kilda Football Club’s under 19 team in 1987 during the cricket offseason. His domestic debut for Victoria was made in 1990 against Western Australia.
1. As a child, he could merely bowl and he preferred to bat instead.
2. The first introduction to serious cricket was when he attended one of Kerry Packer’s World Series Cup matches at VFL Park.
3. Shane Warne debuted for Australia, against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground in February 1992, which was not great as he was shown that Test cricket wasn’t a child’s play by Ravi Shastri & Tendulkar.
4. Shane Warne was obese when he played his first Test match, against India in Sydney. He weighed 97 kilos at that time.
5. In 1998, it was revealed that he and fellow Australian cricketer Mark Waugh had taken bribes four years earlier from an Indian bookmaker.
6. In February 2003, just before the 2003 world cup, he received a 12-month ban after a drug test revealed the presence of a banned diuretic.
7. In February 2004, he made a comeback to international cricket.
8. In 2013, he got himself into another controversy. He used offensive language, made improper physical contact with Marlon Samuels and showed serious disagreement to an umpire’s decision during a Big Bash League match and was therefore fined $4500 and banned for a match.
9. Shane Warne has been working for the Shane Warne Foundation, an organization that works for the seriously ill and underprivileged children, since his retirement.
Shane Warne and British Actress Simone Callahan were married on 1st Sep 1995. 10 years later they divorced in 2005.
Shane Warne and Elizabeth Hurley were engaged in Sep 2011 but later separated in 2013.