Andrew Symonds, an Australian legend, died in a car accident
Former Australian cricketer Andrew Symonds was killed in a car accident in Townsville, Queensland, on Sunday, according to Cricket Australia (CA).
The 46-year-old Australian all-rounder was travelling alone in his automobile when he was involved in an accident, according to the police. Emergency responders attempted to resuscitate the single passenger of the car after it off the road and rolled, but he perished.
Symonds’ death comes after the sudden loss of his former teammate and great leg-spinner Shane Warne, who died in early March after suffering a heart attack in a Thai resort. In early March, Australia and the cricketing community lost another former player, Geoff Marsh.
It began playing internationally after the development of the British Empire, and during the 19th century, the ICC (a regulatory organisation) organised the first international match, with two teams each comprising ten players.
“Like all international cricket planned in the BBL window,” Roach said, “we’re working through the optimum fit to maximise interest, viewership, and attendance for all matches.” “It’s doubtful that they’ll be day ODIs, but our Australian time zones allow for some imaginative scheduling to meet these objectives.” By the end of May, CA is required to present its summer calendar, which will outline the best sites for BBL games.
He was also one of the first cricketers to receive a multi-million dollar contract in the Indian Premier League (IPL), when he played for the now-defunct Deccan Chargers and even the Mumbai Indians, where he was Harbhajan Singh’s teammate.