Shane Warne's autobiography titled 'No Spin' set for a global release this year

The book will give an insight into Warne's glorious but controversial cricketing career.

Shane Warne took over 1000 International wickets for Australia. (Getty)

Australian spin bowling legend Shane Warne's autobiography titled "No Spin" has been announced to enthrall the lovers and admirers of arguably Test Cricket's greatest spinner ever. Warne will finally give an insight into his extraordinary cricketing career at the highest level for Australia and his controversial life off the field, on which he has several unknown facts to share. 

The book's official publishers, Ebury Press announced on Monday, August 20,  that Warne's "No Spin" will have a global audience release on October 4, 2018. 

Andrew Goodfellow, deputy publisher at Ebury, was quoted saying about Warne and the book as, "Despite all the pain he's inflicted on us over the years Shane Warne is still one of the most admired and celebrated cricketers to a British audience."

"You simply can't imagine the game without his unique contributions. I think his insight, no-nonsense honesty and strength of voice will make this the most read cricketing autobiography in years. At Ebury we are all very excited and honoured to be publishing such a legend." he added. 

The book is written with the help of cricketer and TV presenter Mark Nicholas.

Shane Warne, born on September 13, 1969, made his debut against India 1992 and went on to scalp over 1,000 International wickets across 145 Tests and 194 ODIs for Australia. He retired from the International Cricket at the end of Ashes series during the 2006-07 home summer against England. 

(Inputs from India TV)


By Kashish Chadha - 20 Aug, 2018

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