Andrew Symonds News
Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson called Andrew Symonds the greatest teammate he ever had after the demise of Queenslander.
Australian greats recall Andrew Symonds stories as late cricketer is honoured with a public memorial service
Andrew Symonds was remembered as a supremely talented cricketer with "a pure heart" at a memorial service for the Australian former all-rounder who died aged 46.
On 15 May, Louise visited the accident site and left a handwritten note on the spot. In the emotional letter, she wrote that she would always love her brother.
Symonds, 46, died in a car crash near the Alice River Bridge on Hervey Range Road in Queensland, Australia. According to the police, the former Aussie all-rounder died on the spot after his car rolled off the road in the Townsville area of Queensland.
VVS Laxman and Andrew Symonds were part of the Deccan Chargers in the Indian Premier League. The former India batter expressed his shock at the all-rounder's tragic demise in a car crash on Saturday.
In a poignant incident during that 2011 season, both Harbhajan and Symonds let their hair down for the first time
Former Australia all-rounder Andrew Symonds died in a car crash aged 46 on Sunday, leading to an outpouring of tributes from ex-teammates and fans from all over the world.
Andrew Symonds leaves a wife, Laura, and two young children, Chloe and Billy.
Andrew Symonds, a prolific limited overs cricketer, played 198 one-day internationals for Australia and won two World Cups.
Andrew Symonds, 46, who played 26 Tests and 198 one-day internationals, was involved in a single-car accident outside Townsville in Queensland state on Saturday night
Former Australia all-rounder Andrew Symonds passed away in a car accident.
Symonds also noted that their friendship may not exist but he has still got some respect for old friend Clarke
In a podcast, Yuzvendra Chahal had recalled an incident from 2011 when his then Mumbai Indians teammates Franklin and Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds had allegedly tied him up while celebrating their win in the Champions League final that year.
Those who have followed the former Pakistani cricketer’s career wouldn’t be too surprised by the absence of sportsmanship
Australia came to the 2007 World T20 as the favourites, their stature enhanced not just by the fact that they were World No 1 and the reigning world champs, but also because of a squad that was loaded with veritable heavyweights of the sport. But they lost their opener to underdogs Zimbabwe.
"We know what a talent he (Head) is, he's probably a future captain. He still could be, but he's got to get in the side first, and at the moment I wouldn't have him in the side. He's got a little technique deficiency he needs to sort out first," Warne said.
Anil Kumble says he wanted to set example by not pulling out of controversy-hit tour of Australia in 2008
Anil Kumble says pulling out of the 2007-08 Australia Tour following the controversial Sydney Test could have been an "acceptable" option but his side continued the series to set an example by winning the remaining matches under trying circumstances.
Daren Sammy revelations could represent watershed moment for Indian sports in effort to break down systems of racial bias
The cricket world is still feeling the aftershocks of Sammy's Instagram post that shook everyone out of a pandemic-induced reverie
Ponting said, 'Losing the 2005 Ashes series was tough but I was in full control of that. But I wasn't in full control of what happened during the Monkeygate thing.'