Warne to make Oz Twenty20 Big Bash comeback with Melbourne Stars
Melbourne, Nov 3(ANI): Former Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne will come out of retirement to play in Australia's Twenty20 Big Bash League with Melbourne Stars.
Warne had retired from all forms of cricket in May following the end of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
According to the Age, it is unclear how many games he will play for the Stars.
It is hoped that the 41-year-old will be available for the team's opening match on December 17 and the derby against the Melbourne Renegades on January 7.
Earlier, today, Warne's manager, James Erskine, had said that he would be prepared to take a year off from his commentary duties with Channel Nine if he decided to play in the league.
"He has a non-exclusive arrangement with Channel Nine. It's not a contract, it's a handshake deal, so he decides he wants to do, and if he was going to play full-time it would probably mean taking a year off commentary in Australia," Erskine had said. (ANI)
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