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Last week Shane Warne flew to Germany to commentate on Australia's World Cup match against Brazil then captained Hampshire against Durham in the County Championship before flying back to Australia for a check up on his shoulder. Squeezed in amongst all that were endless sponsorship meetings and PR events. Somehow Paul Kimmage managed to squeeze in an interview with him. Read it here in the Sunday Times
“It seems a pretty manic existence,” I suggest.
“It is at the moment,” he agrees. “If my children were here with me, I wouldn’t be committing to so much; I’d be down in the park playing football with them, or frisbee, or on the swings, but they’re not here and keeping myself busy makes the time go faster until I can see them again.”
Andrew McGlashan is an assistant editor at ESPNcricinfoFeeds: Andrew McGlashan
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