Australian cricket legend Shane Warne has died aged 52 from a suspected heart attack.
He was found unresponsive in a villa in Thailand and could not be revived despite the efforts of medical staff.
Mr Warne made his debut in 1992 and retired from international cricket in 2007 in a career spanning 25 years.
Widely regarded as the greatest leg-spin bowler of all time, he ended his career with 708 Test wickets.
Mr Warne also played an integral part in the successful 1999 World Cup campaign.
Cricket Australia has described him as a “true cricketing genius”.