Shane Warne introduced spin as attacking commodity to cricketing world: R Ashwin | Cricket Information

BENGALURU (Karnataka): India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin has condoled the demise of Shane Warne, saying the Australian introduced spin as an attacking commodity to this cricketing world.
Warne handed away on Friday aged 52 as a result of a suspected coronary heart assault.
“I see Warne as a flag-bearer for carrying the spin facet of bowling on the entrance on the planet cricketing map. The highest three wicket-takers on the planet are spinners in Muttiah Muralitharan, Shane Warne and Anil Kumble. He was an attention-grabbing character. So many Australian legends had so many good issues to say about him. I nonetheless cannot settle for the truth that life is so fickle. We can not predict what can occur,” Ashwin mentioned on his YouTube channel.

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“Shane Warne was a vibrant character, he redefined bowling, he has taken greater than 1000 worldwide wickets, not many can obtain this uncommon feat. Shane Warne introduced spin as an attacking commodity to this cricketing world. Everybody will speak about Warne’s supply to Mike Gatting, however my favorite is Warne’s supply to Andrew Strauss in 2005 Ashes. He virtually single-handedly fought for Australia in that sequence. He was a maestro. He was an extra-ordinary human being and he lived his life to the fullest,” he added.


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