Ricky Ponting noted that putting into words what this loss means to him is tough.
Shane Warne, the titan of Australian spin bowling, died on March 4, 2022. The 52-year-old leg spinner died of a heart attack while on vacation in Thailand. And Warne’s death has thrown cricket fans into a frenzy.
Ricky Ponting, a former Australian cricket great, resorted to social media to convey his feelings over Warne’s death. Ponting noted that putting into words what this loss means to him is tough.
Warne was his teammate for nearly a decade, according to the former Australian captain, and they shared all of life’s highs and lows. Warne, according to Ponting, loved his family as well.
“It’s difficult to put into words how I feel. I initially met him at the Academy when I was 15 years old. He gave me my moniker. For more than a decade, we were teammates, sharing all of life’s highs and lows. Ricky Ponting tweeted, “Throughout it all, he was someone you could always depend on, someone who loved his family.”
He was someone who would always be there for you: Ricky Ponting is a former Australian cricket captain.
Warne, according to Ponting, was a player who was always there for him, and the leg spinner always put his team first. Warne, according to Ponting, is the best bowler he has ever played with or against in his career.
“Someone who would always put his friends first and be there for you when you needed him.” I’ve never played with or against a better bowler. King, may you rest in peace. Ricky Ponting tweeted, “My thoughts are with Keith, Bridgette, Jason, Brooke, Jackson, and Summer.”
Shane Warne is widely considered as the best exponent of leg-spin bowling. The bowling great had a 15-year international career in which he took 1001 wickets. In addition, Warne had five ten-wicket hauls throughout his illustrious career.