Shane Warne, the legendary Australian legspinner, died after a suspected heart attack at the age of 52.

According to Fox News, Shane Warne's management issued a brief statement stating that he died in Thailand of a suspected heart attack.

Shane was found unresponsive in his villa and despite the best efforts of medical staff, he could not be revived," said the statement released from Warne's management.

Warne, who was named one of Wisden's Five Cricketers of the Century, concluded his career with 293 ODI wickets and 708 Test wickets.

Warne made his Test debut against India in Sydney in 1992, and then made his ODI debut against New Zealand in Wellington the following March.

He went on to win the World Cup with Australia in 1999 and was the Player of the Match in the final against Pakistan with figures of 4 for 33.

While Warne enjoyed bowling against most teams, he thrived against England and South Africa in particular, taking 325 of his 708 Test wickets against the two nations.

Warne will also be remembered for his leadership skills and was instrumental in Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2022

Warne was a member of Australia's ODI World Cup-winning side in 1999, as well as a key figure in the team's five Ashes titles between 1993 and 2003.

Following his retirement, Warne famously captained and coached the Rajasthan Royals to fairy-tale title success in the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League in 2008.

The news of his death has shocked the athletic world, with cricketers from all over the world expressing their grief. Social media has been filled with tributes.