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Shane Warne, who died in 2022, is universally acknowledged as one of the greatest cricketers of all time - and the greatest spin bowler ever. Warne in Wisden records the highlights of an exceptional career - handpicked from all Wisden publications over a twenty-plus-year period and curated for a global audience. Warne in Wisden features coverage from Warne's first Test against India in 1992 - where he took one wicket - to his retirement from Test cricket in 2007, having taken 708 Test wickets. It includes complete reports and scorecards for key Tests, as well as Wisden's assessment of his impact on the English county game and the Indian Premier League, and his journey from master spinner to global celebrity. Warne combined a prodigious talent for leg-spin with a turbulent life off the pitch. While Wisden's focus was generally on his cricket, Warne in Wisden also relates the controversies and rows that earned him a occasional mention in the Chronicle section of the book. Wisden's authoritative and independent voice/writing provides a unique insight into one of the most discussed cricketers in history. Warne in Wisden includes: Cricketer of the Year by Vic Marks, 1994 'A Spin-Doctor Writes' by Ashley Mallett, 1997 Five Cricketers of the Century, 2000-13 Leading Cricketer in the World, 2004-2005 'The mighty craftsman' by Mike Atherton 2007 'The Ashes Masters' by David Frith 2009 The ebbs and flows of Warne's 21 -year -long career His obituary and related articles from Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2023 Scorecards of his most significant Test matches Colour plate section

Warne in Wisden by Richard Whitehead

SKU: 9781399407731
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